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flowerytale · a month ago
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Simone de Beauvoir, from a letter to Jean-Paul Sartre (July 27, 1945)
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theoptia · 10 months ago
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Jean-Paul Sartre, from No Exit: And Three Other Plays; “No Exit”
Text ID: If I've got to suffer, it may as well be at your hands, your pretty hands.
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perfectquote · a month ago
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Every word has consequences, every silence too.
Jean-Paul Sartre
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quotefeeling · a month ago
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Don’t turn from me, please. Take me in your arms. Gather me up, dear, fold me to your heart—and you’ll see how nice I can be.
Jean-Paul Sartre, No Exit
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to-be-okay · 5 months ago
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Every word has consequences, every silence too.
Jean-Paul Sartre
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thoughtkick · 7 months ago
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Every word has consequences, every silence too.
Jean-Paul Sartre
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typewriter-worries · 5 months ago
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I used to know the way you smiled; and how you liked your tea.
The Flies, Jean-Paul Sartre | Yes And, Bojack Horseman; edit created by @haleyincarnate | The Autobiography of Red, Anne Carson 
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awkward-sultana · 5 months ago
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Jean-Paul Sartre / Sarah Canary, Karen Joy Fowler / Tumblr: geopsych / Wallace Stevens / Braggart in Enough Rope, Dorothy Parker / Carol (The Price of Salt), Patricia Highsmith / Tumblr: geopsych / The glint in January’s eyes, O.L. / Calling a wolf a wolf, Kaveh Akbar / Tumblr: vercharles / Artful Home / January Sunrise by Steven Kozar
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guooey · a year ago
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Jean-Paul Sartre, Nausea
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flowerytale · 9 months ago
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Simone de Beauvoir, from a letter to Jean-Paul Sartre (Paris, Tuesday 12 September 1939)
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thehopefulquotes · 28 days ago
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Every word has consequences. Every silence, too.
Jean-Paul Sartre
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quotemadness · a month ago
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Every word has consequences, every silence too.
Jean-Paul Sartre
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theoptia · 5 months ago
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Jean-Paul Sartre, from No Exit and Three Other Plays; “No Exit”
Text ID: Human feeling. That's beyond my range. I'm rotten to the core.
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walkingidler · 7 months ago
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Donna Hayward & Laura Palmer in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me // Simone de Beauvoir, from a letter to Jean-Paul Sartre (Paris, Monday, 3 July 1939) // Simone de Beauvoir, from a letter to Jean-Paul Sartre (Paris, 21 February 1941) // Simone de Beauvoir, from a letter to Jean-Paul Sartre (Paris, 16 October 1939) // Simone de Beauvoir, from a letter to Jean-Paul Sarte, (7 November 1939) // Simone de Beauvoir, from a letter to Jean-Paul Sartre (Paris, Tuesday 12 September 1939)
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perfectquote · a year ago
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Every word has consequences. Every silence, too.
Jean-Paul Sartre
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wedarkacademia · 2 months ago
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Much more likely you’ll hurt me. Still what does it matter? If I’ve got to suffer, it may as well be at your hands, your pretty hands.
~ Jean Paul Sartre
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thoughtkick · 2 months ago
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I should like to understand myself properly before it is too late.
Jean-Paul Sartre, Nausea
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quotefeeling · 2 months ago
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Every word has consequences, every silence too.
Jean-Paul Sartre
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davidhudson · 6 days ago
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Jean-Paul Sartre, June 21, 1905 – April 15, 1980.
1946 portrait by Cecil Beaton.
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weil-weil-lautre · 5 months ago
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The world seems ugly, bad, and without hope. That is the tranquil despair of an old man who will die within it. But that is precisely what I resist, and I know that I will die in hope; but it is necessary to create a foundation for this hope.
Jean-Paul Sartre, Hope Now, Telos 1980, 44.
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