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The Flies

The Flies


by Jean-Paul Sartre

The Flies: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. This is an exploration of Sartre's ideas on radical personal freedom and _________. -> Stern constructionism
2. Everything is a matter of -> Morality
3. Man is radically -> Free
4. This story is a(n) -> Advice column
5. The town is consumed with -> Joy