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No Exit

No Exit

  

by Jean-Paul Sartre

Analysis: Trivia

Brain Snacks: Tasty Tidbits of Knowledge

The Twilight Zone episode "Five Characters in Search of an Exit" may have been in part inspired by No Exit. (Source)

Sartre knew he wasn’t a good-looking guy, and even remarked that he looked "like a toad." He also thought sex preoccupied him more than philosophy. (Source)

Sartre was blind in his right eye since the age of three. (Source)

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