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About the Author: Simone de Beauvoir

Simone de Beauvoir was a French author and philosopher She wrote novels, monographs on philosophy, political and social issues, essays, biographies, and an autobiography She is now best known for her metaphysical novels, including She Came to Stay and The Mandarins , and for her 1949 treatise The Second Sex , a detailed analysis of women s oppression and a foundational tract of contemporary feminism Simone de Beauvoir est n e Paris le 9 janvier 1908 Elle fit ses tudes jusqu au baccalaur at dans le tr s catholique cours D sir Agr g e de philosophie en 1929, elle enseigna Marseille, Rouen et Paris jusqu en 1943 C est L Invit e 1943 qu on doit consid rer comme son v ritable d but litt raire Viennent ensuite Le sang des autres 1945 , Tous les hommes sont mortels 1946 , Les Mandarins prix Goncourt 1954 , Les Belles Images 1966 et La Femme rompue 1968 Simone de Beauvoir a crit des m moires o elle nous donne elle m me conna tre sa vie, son uvre L ampleur de l entreprise autobiographique trouve sa justification, son sens, dans une contradiction essentielle l crivain choisir lui fut toujours impossible entre le bonheur de vivre et la n cessit d crire d une part la splendeur contingente, de l autre la rigueur salvatrice Faire de sa propre existence l objet de son criture, c tait en partie sortir de ce dilemme Outre le c l bre Deuxi me sexe 1949 devenu l ouvrage de r f rence du mouvement f ministe mondial, l uvre th orique de Simone de Beauvoir comprend de nombreux essais philosophiques ou pol miques Apr s la mort de Jean Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir a publi La C r monie des adieux 1981 et les Lettres au Castor 1983 qui rassemblent une partie de l abondante correspondance qu elle re ut de lui Jusqu au jour de sa mort, le 14 avril 1986, elle a collabor activement la revue fond e par Sartre et elle m me, Les Temps Modernes, et manifest sous des formes diverses et innombrables sa solidarit avec le f minisme.



10 thoughts on “Die Mandarins von Paris

  1. says:

    I learned that Simone de Beauvoir was one smart cookie I learned about existentialism for the first time and absuridty and the French resistance and Paris bars I took this book to Paris and read it there I went to the bars and cafes and read it there I was on a late and horrible honeymoon and still have the book but the husband..non


  2. says:

    A lot of people appear to dislike Les Mandarins, which I think is a pretty excellent novel, so let me try and explain what I think is good about it To me, it s basically about what happens to people particularly to women when they realize that they are no longer young This has several consequences To start off with, not being young means that you re no longer as physicall


  3. says:

    There isthan one way to peel the Mandarins, this is my second attempt.The Mandarins were a scholarly elite in Imperial China, word of them was brought, if I remember correctly, by the Jesuits to France during the reign of Louis XIV or maybe the XVth, then abouts anyhow and it was a notion that seemed to have taken possession of the minds of the French Philosophes by the Enlight


  4. says:

    It s a horrible thing, a woman who labors to lead a man s hands to her body by appealing to his mind. The irony of the author of The Second Sex having published this five years after the previous kills me, it really does What s worse is her having won the Prix Goncourt for it, a weighty stamp of approved literature prowess that says nothing less than, yes, this is how you discuss ph


  5. says:

    I believe this to be her best work It s long, probably too long, but that s a small niggle compared to all that s so good about it The Mandarins gives us a brilliant survey of the post war French intellectual It s accuracy and its objectivity combine to present a dazzling panorama of the men and women caught up in ever changing times As a fan of the existentialist movement this was no brai


  6. says:

    Les Mandarins The Mandarins, Simone de BeauvoirThe Mandarins is a 1954 roman written by Simone de Beauvoir, for which she won the Prix Goncourt, awarded to the best and most imaginative prose work of the year, in 1954 The Mandarins was first published in English in 1956 in a translation by Leonard M Friedman.The book follows the personal lives of a close knit group of French intellectuals from t


  7. says:

    I might be alone in really loving this book I m not sure if I understand what is not to love This book is a bright light in a period of self important post war literature our 1984s and Wastelands in that it carefully avoids the moral preachiness and overabundant heavy handed symbolism by which the supposed major works of this period are so weighed down The Mandarins is a treatise on life in suspended


  8. says:

    Volume 1 This is the first volume of de Beauvoir s huge and compelling depiction of the left wing French intelligentsia in the last years of the second world war Opening at Christmas 1944, the first Christmas after the liberation, this follows our main characters through the last year of the war and into the aftermath as they struggle to deal with the fall out of the Occupation, the reckoning of collaborati


  9. says:

    This was my first time reading Beauvoir s fiction, and I m rather ashamed I d waited this long Having proven herself in The Second Sex and The Ethics of Ambiguity to be one of the smartest, nimblest thinkers of the 20th Century as well as one who made her ideas perfectly clear all of the time, without any of the usual French obfuscation, it s only natural that her fiction should follow suit And what I loved about


  10. says:

    This book was absolutely amazing It was written by one of the most brilliant minds of the twentieth century The author was a great philosopher and phemonist of her era I suggest all read this book and any others you can find by her.Enjoy and Be Blessed.Diamond


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