Force Of Circumstance

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  • Paperback
  • 688 pages
  • Force Of Circumstance
  • Simone de Beauvoir
  • English
  • 01 December 2017
  • 0140027726

13 thoughts on “Force Of Circumstance

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    What a long but enriching read this was The Force of Circumstance is the third volume of the autobiography of Simone de Beauvoir The physical book itself, which I got in hardcover from the library, weighed so much that my wrists and hands would tire I only managed to read about 30 pages per sitting In addition, the subject matter was heavy in the extreme.This volume covers the years 1945 1963 when Beauvoir and Sartre watched their dreams for a just society called socialism and What a long but enriching read this was The Force of Circumstance is the third volume of the autobiography of Simone de Beauvoir The physical book itself, which I got in hardcover from the library, weighed so much that my wrists and hands would tire I only managed to read about 30 pages per sitting In addition, the subject matter was heavy in the extreme.This volume covers the years 1945 1963 when Beauvoir and Sartre watched their dreams for a just society called socialism and at times communism crumble and fade in France at the hands of monied fascistic right wing politicians It was compelling to read about this from the viewpoint of a French intellectual While the United States poured dollars into Europ...

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    Leggere in francese la De Beauvoir equivale ad assaporare parola per parola ed entrare ancora di pi in contatto con lei La force des choses il terzo volume che comprende anche Memoires d une jeune fille rangee e La force de l age ed parte della autobiografia della scrittrice La force des choses copre gli anni che vanno dal 1945 anno della Liberazione sino al 1963 anno dell Indipendenza algerina Gli anni qui presenti sono anni intensi, ricchi di nuove esperienze, nuovi amici, nuove Leggere in francese la De Beauvoir equivale ad assaporare parola per parola ed entrare ancora di pi in contatto con lei La force des choses il terzo volume che comprende anche Memoires d une jeune fille rangee e La force de l age ed parte della autobiografia della scrittrice La force des choses copre gli anni che vanno dal 1945 anno della Liberazione sino al 1963 anno dell Indipendenza algerina Gli anni qui presenti sono anni intensi, ricchi di nuove esperienze, nuovi amici, nuove opere da scrivere e nuovi viaggi che compie da sola o in compagnia di Sartre Sono gli anni dei viaggi in Cina, dove vive una sorta di estraneit , in Brasile, in Turchia, in Italia Sono anni rappresentativi per la sua formazione, le sue idee e il suo mondo fino alla conqu...

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    I did not want to hear the voices of people who had consented to the death of millions of Jews and resistance members I did not want to find their name in any publication side by side with my own We had said We shall not forget I was not forgetting that.So many things have happened since 1945, and hardly any of them have really been expressed in books Future generations will have to look to sociological works, statistics, or simply the newspapers, if they want to find out abo I did not want to hear the voices of people who had consented to the death of millions of Jews and resistance members I did not want to find their name in any publication side by side with my own We had said We shall not forget I was not forgetting that.So many things have happened since 1945, and hardly any of them have really been expressed in books Future generations will have to look to sociological works, statistics, or simply the newspapers, if they want to find out about us The French were told You re like the Germans under the Nazis And they answered I heard it with my own ears, and it was the prevailing sentiment Yes, the poor Germans one realizes now it wasn t their fault The truth was that they ga...

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    The third volume of de Beauvoir s autobiography opens with the discovery that in post war France, the diverse elements making up the Resistance have lost their coherence, and the country has fallen back into the hands of the bourgeoisie and the collaborators Aspirations for social progress within France are dashed, while across the French Empire the violent reimposition of colonial rule brings to a halt hopes for greater freedom or even just basic respect for native people, many of whom fought The third volume of de Beauvoir s autobiography opens with the discovery that in post war France, the diverse elements making up the Resistance have lost their coherence, and the country has fallen back into the hands of the bourgeoisie and the collaborators Aspirations for social progress within France are dashed, while across the French Empire the violent reimposition of colonial rule brings to a halt hopes for greater freedom or even just basic respect for native people, many of whom fought for France in WW2 While there is an atrocious massacre in Algeria and the outbreak of a war of independence...

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    A good read if you skip some lengthy digressions Shocking the description of the Algerian War rather the war of the State of France against the people of Algeria , all the inhabitants of several villages imprisoned in camps where thousands of them died due to lack of food and medical care, Beauvoir and Sartre feeling as strangers in their own country and avoiding public places where everybody parrots the biased view of the mass mediaShe tells us how Sartre when asked why he still ido A good read if you skip some lengthy digressions Shocking the description of the Algerian War rather the war of the State of France against the people of Algeria , all the inhabitants of several villages imprisoned in camps where thousands of them died due to lack of food and medical care, Beauvoir and Sartre feeling as strangers in their own country and avoiding public places where everybody parrots the biased view of the mass mediaShe tells ...

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    Impressionante Non trovo un altro vocabolo per definire la vita o meglio, una parte di essa, essendo questo il terzo volume delle sue memorie di Simone, immersa potentemente nella sua epoca, in mezzo al turbine dei personaggi che hanno fatto la stori...

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    A wonderful insight on Simone de Beauvoir s daily life after the Second World War, complete with the appearances of many important figures of the day, such as Jean Paul Sartre of course , Albert Camus, Merleau Ponty, Claude Lanzmann, etc.

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    A The journals continue In this one, we see Simone develop as a writer, France liberated after WWII, Simone develop as an activist, the drama with French Algeria really interesting, good writing.

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    Difficile de quitter cet univers, heureusement qu il reste encore deux tomes de m moires lire quelle s vie s , quelle criture L pilogue est magnifique et d sesp rant.

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