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No Exit

No Exit


by Jean-Paul Sartre

No Exit: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. The conclusion is -> Hell is for the people
2. When two people are in a room together, they fight over who gets to be the subject and who is forced to be the object. Which theme is this? -> Visions of America
3. Sartre makes frequent use of the term -> Bad faith
4. Which is not a focus of No Exit? -> Good intentions
5. Man can do what he wants as long as he accepts -> Abuse