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Les Mots Summary ´ 100 Autobiografinėje apysakoje „Žodžiai“ vienas garsiausių praėjusio amžiaus filosofų ir rašytojų JPSartre’as skaitytojams pateikė pirmojo savo gyvenimo dešimtmečio paveikslą Žavų jaudinantį įtikinamą ir šiek tiek liūdnąRašytojo vaikystė knygoje iškyla tarsi ilgas meilės žodžiams ir knygoms romanas Auginamas vyro netekusios motinos ir be galo mylinčių senelių jis laiką leidžia namų bibliotekoje tarp daugybės magiškų pasaulių pasislėpusių po viršeliais Iš pradžių mažasis Jeanas Paulis žodžių tik klauso vėliau išmoksta atgaivinti juos savo lūpomis galiausiai iš jų ima kurti savo vaikiškus pasauliusŠi 59 metų JPSartre’o parašyta vaikystės autobiografija tituluojama savianalizės šedevru ir pagrįstai lyginama su Jeano Jacues’o Rousseau autobiografiniu romanu „Išpažintis“anas Polis Sartras Jean Paul Sartre gimė 1905 metų birželio 21 dieną Paryžiuje Būdamas vienerių jis neteko tėvo ir su motina persikėlė gyventi pas senelį Senelis buvo griežtas ir vertė anūką laikytis disciplinos Ž P Sartr. Sartre was at the outset of his career as well as at its end a man without hope Like so many socially minded intellectuals of a practical cast in mid century Jean Paul Sartre leaned seriously toward socialism Marxism and even briefly communism But practical people refuse not to act And Sartre had few illusions which made practical action for a better world imperative And the inevitable disillusionment followedThat is why Les Mots The Words seems so sad to us now Disillusioned and prematurely aged by the beginnings of a long series of strokes Sartre could no longer act confidently or decisively And without hope in his own and mankind s future life was brutalSartre always had seen the end of his life as an impassable obstacle to self fulfillment the dark side of the dichotomy BeingNothingnessFor as proof of the perceived utter futility of the human predicament the climax of his philosophical magnum opus l tre et le N ant states baldly Man is a hopeless passionBut at about the same time as that work across the Channel as Sartre s discouraging words rallied France to alternative political action T S Eliot was urging in wartime LondonDescend lower descend onlyInto the world of perpetual solitudeWorld not world but that which is not worldInternal darknessHad Sartre read and heeded Eliot s words he might have become a different person in touch with his deepest emotions But Sartre had already achieved recognition and notoriety at a very young age So he simply became his personaClinical aloof and detached Cool Sartre was cool when James Dean was a toddler He thus inspired generations of the with it and hip youngsters of the fifties sixties and seventiesHe assumed the role of philosopher without Knowing Himself and thus mocked Socrates Was that coolLater books of his like this one find Sartre trying to play catch up on that count But he was a Johnny Come Lately to the game of self knowledge To know yourself you have to BE yourself Sartre was a Matchstick ManHe utterly lacked everyday warmth poor soulBut in the darkness of postwar Britain the best strategy for TS Eliot was to accept so many great losses in a spirit of faithful brokenness admitting personal frailties before God so thatthe Darkness will become the LightFor Eliot followed the dictum of the cryptic Presocratic Heraklitos The way up IS the way down Hope from the ashes of hope For through the darkness of Faith there comes the great joy of a New DayAs it came for Eliot with a new marriage made in Heaven and a joyous and dignified summation to his lifeIn the end Sartre finished his life as he had begun his early years WITHOUT hope But as he looked back on his life in this at times light and charmingly whimsical book he saw many lost childhood memoriesBut they were all mixed with the feeling that his life was slowly ebbing away without purpose or meaningAt least he had his many friends and the company of de Beauvoir But uncompromising till the end he rejected the ordinary hope that makes life bearable for the rest of us because he rejected himselfIn spite of this in Les Mots we see Sartre opening up about his personal space for the first time which he was to continue obliuely in his great study of Flaubert l Idiot de la Famille the Family IdiotFor now he was no longer an untouchable and lapidary world icon His disguise had worn too thinNow he was just frail and human like us But worn out by his despairYou know there IS hope available even for Postmoderns like Sartre and us Postmodern branches as Messrs Kierkegaard Barth and Kung have proven can be grafted easily and well onto Christian rootsTo find out How to do this all we have to to is Read their books And Heed them well

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Les Mots Summary ´ 100 As anksti susidomėjo knygomis mėgo skaityti ir rašyti tačiau senelis nepritarė tokiems užsiėmimams nes jo nuomone „literatūra neužpildo tuščio skrandžio“ 1911 m Ž P Sartras su motina persikėlė atgal į Paryžių ir pradėjo lankyti mokyklą Vėliau studijuodamas susipažino su Simone de Beauvoir viena iš garsiausių XX a rašytojų feminisčių Visą gyvenimą jiedu praleido drauge Baigęs studijas Ž P Sartras pradėjo dėstyti filosofiją licėjuje Čia jis pradėjo rašyti domėtis politika Būdamas 33 metų išleido pirmąjį romaną Šleikštulys La Nausée 1938 kuriame iškėlė mintis vėliau išplėtotas didžiausiame jo filosofijos veikale Būtis ir nebūtis L‘Etre et le Neant 1943 Antrojo pasaulinio karo metais Ž P Sartras tarnavo Prancūzijos kariuomenėje ir buvo vokiečių paimtas į nelaisvę Kalėjime jis skaitė Heidegerį parašė ir pastatė pjesę 1941 m dėl silpnos sveikatos buvo paleistas į laisvę Grįžęs jis dar kurį laiką mokytojavo tačiau paskui įsidarbino redaktoriumi žurnale Les Temps Karo metų patirtis paskat. What did Jean Paul Sartre 1905 1980 and Ernesto Che Guevara 1928 1967 have in commonPrior to reading this book I did not know that they saw each other when they were both still alive This is my first book read written by Sartre and three years ago I read John Lee Anderson s Che Guevara A Revolutionary Life Before Sartre s image in my unsophisticated read zero knowledge in philosophy mind was this old professor talking inside his wood paneled and fully carpeted office about the things like existentialism that was so deep I would never ever understand what he was saying On the other hand prior to the Anderson s book I used to see the image of Che Guevara printed on the t shirts of some hip teenagers I had some clues who he was because of the communist posters my handsome brother brought home when he was still in studying in a radical university But not all young Filipinos one caller in a morning show thought that Guevara was some kind of a band soloist so he asked what latest rock song he recorded Thanks to printed words Thanks to books We can read them and we can be informed We can choose not to be ignorant We can also contribute to influencing future generations by writing too We can make books of our ownThe importance of reading and writing to his life This is basically the main theme of this book The Words by the existentialist philosopher Jean Paul Sartre At the age of 59 he wrote this book about the first 10 years of his life on earth He was exposed to books at a very young age He remembered looking at the volumes and volumes of similar hardbound books stacked in his grandparents room He did not know what were those but he loved to touch them and hear the flipping of the crisp pages From then on he resolved to himself that he would not only read those books someday but he also become a writer Same thing happened to Che Guevara His parents also loved to buy and read books In the above mentioned Anderson s biography of Guevara one of Che s childhood friends recalled that he could barely navigate inside the living room of the Guevaras because of the many stacks of books and magazines on the floor So what made Sartre and Guevara in common 1 They both loved to read 2 They both believed and supported Marxism 3 They actually saw and talk to each other in Cuba in the 60 s In fact when Guevara died in 1967 Satre declared He is not only an intellectual but also the most complete human being of our age and the era s most perfect man 4 I both have read something about them Ako na Me already Next in my to be read is the childhood days of Sartre s girlfriend Simone de Beauvior Memoirs of a Dutiful Daughter

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Les Mots Summary ´ 100 Ino rašytoją įsitraukti į politiką – jis įsteigė radikalią kairiųjų partiją o filosofijos veikaluose prakalbo apie komunizmą Kūryboje Ž P Sartras ėmė linkti prie dramaturgijos Karui baigiantis Prancūzijoje buvo pastatyta viena iš garsiausių jo pjesių Užsklęstos durys Huis clos 1944 Čia pasakojama apie tris personažus pakliuvusius į kambarį kaip į spąstus o galiausiai suprantančius kad jie atsidūrė pragare Geriausiose savo pjesėse Ž P Sartras jaudinantį ir dramatišką veiksmą derina su filosofiniais svarstymais apie dorovę ir politiką Visą gyvenimą rašytojas liko ištikimas politinei veiklai protestavo prieš Vietnamo karą ir prancūzų valdžią Alžyre Tačiau šią veiklą trukdė silpna rašytojo sveikata 1971 m jis patyrė vieną širdies smūgį po dvejų metų antrą Tačiau net sveikata nesustabdė jo politinės veiklos ir kovos už Alžyro nepriklausomybę 1980 m kovo 20 d Ž P Sartras buvo paguldytas į ligoninę balandžio 13 d jį ištiko koma ir dar po dviejų dienų rašytojas mirė Palaidotas Monparnaso kapinės. I went to a play last weekend or rather it was an event in which a scene or a part of a scene from many plays was performed by one actor A couple of scenes from two Sartre plays were performed When I came back home I had a deep urge to read a book by Sartre I decided to pick his memoir The Words I had two translations of The Word I chose one of them using a homegrown method and read it More on this later in the post Jean Paul Sartre wrote his memoir The Words when he was fifty nine But the book covers only the first ten years of his life In the book Sartre talks about his grandparents on both sides and how they met and how his parents met how his fascination for the printed word started at a very young age how he could read books before he joined school properly During the course of his memoir Sartre touches on his relationship with his mother he says that his mother was like his elder sister and so their relationship was like that of siblings it is very beautifully described the scene which describes how Sartre s mother read a book to him for the very first time and the transformation that happened to her and the magic that happened is one of my favourite parts of the book and with his grandparents the history of Alsace Lorraine and how it was related to his grandparents his favourite books when he was young his love for films how he became a writer and other things In the second part of the book Sartre flits between the past and the present but he mostly stays in the past The first part of the book is called Reading and the second part of the book is called Writing I liked the first part of the book because it had a narrative interspersed with introspective thoughts The second part of the book had a light narrative and was heavier on introspective thoughts Normally I would like the introspective part but this time maybe because I was in an annoyed mood because I was upset with something and I wanted to rush through the book the second part looked harder and I had to plod through Maybe if I had read it with a calmer mind my experience might have been better The Words is a very interesting book People have compared it with Rousseau s Confessions and have called it a masterful work of self analysis The edition I read was around 250 pages long and it had big font with generous spacing between the lines giving an illusion that it would be easy going and could be read fast It was of course exactly that an illusion It was deceptive The book demands our attention invites us to pause at important passages and linger there and rewards us if we do There were so many beautiful passages in the book that my highlighting pen didn t stop working It is not a regular memoir and it is definitely not a straightforward narrative and so it is not for everyone But if you have time and you read slowly and persevere it will unfold its beauty and secrets and reward you Now on the translations One of them was by Bernard Frechtman and the other one was by Irene Clephane I was undecided on which one to read I did a test read of both of them for a few pages and then finally decided to read the first one by Bernard Frechtman When I highlighted a passage that I loved I went back to the other translation and read that passage and compared the two translations It was fun I thought I ll ask you which translation you liked So I took out some of my favourite sentences from the first few pages from the two translations and am giving them below Do tell me which translation you like Do also tell me which you think is closer to the French original Sentence1 Translation1 Around 1850 in Alsace a schoolteacher with children than he could afford was willing to become a grocer Translation2 In Alsace round about 1850 a schoolmaster burdened with children agreed to become a grocer Sentence2 Translation1 all his life he retained a passion for the sublime and put his heart and soul into manufacturing great circumstances out of little events Translation2 all his life he preserved a taste for the sublime and turned his energies to elevating trivial incidents into great occasions Sentence3 Translation1 That lively and shrewd but cold woman thought straight but inaccurately because her husband thought accurately but amiss Translation2 This sharp tongued lively cold woman had clear but wrong opinions because her husband had right but muddled ones Sentence4 Translation1 She saw nobody being too proud to court favor for first place and too vain to be content with second Translation2 She did not see anyone because she was too proud to covet first place and too vain to accept the secondSo what do you think Translation 1 or Translation 2 Bernard Frechtman or Irene ClephaneI ll leave you with some of my favourite passages from the book BeginuoteWhat I have just written is false True Neither true nor false like everything written about madmen about men I have reported the facts as accurately as my memory permitted me But to what extent did I believe in my delirium That s the basic uestion and yet I can t tell I realized later we can know everything about our attachments except their force that is their sincerity Acts themselves cannot serve as a measuring rod unless one has proved that they are not gestures which is not always easyThe social hierarchy of the theatre had given my grandfather and late father who were accustomed to second balconies a taste for ceremonial When many people are together they must be separated by rites otherwise they slaughter each other The movies proved the opposite This mingled audience seemed united by a catastrophe rather than a festivity Etiuette now dead revealed the true bond among men adhesion I developed a dislike for ceremonies I loved crowds I have seen crowds of all kinds but the only other time I had witnessed that nakedness that sense of everyone s direct relationship to everyone else that waking dream that dim consciousness of the danger of being a man was in 1940 in Stalag XII DBut the fact is this apart from a few old men who dip their pens in eau de Cologne and little dandies who write like butchers all writers have to sweat That s due to the nature of the Word one speaks in one s own language one writes in a foreign language I conclude from this that we re all alike in our profession we re all galley slaves we re all tattooedMiddle aged writers don t like to be praised too earnestly for their early work but I m the one I m sure of it who s pleased least of all by such compliments My best book is the one I m in the process of writing right after it comes the last one that was published but I m secretly getting ready to be disgusted with it before long If the critics should now think it s bad they may wound me but in six months I ll be coming around to their opinion But on one condition however poor and worthless they consider the book I want them to rank it above all my previous work I m willing to let them run down my whole output provided they maintain the chronological hierarchy the only one that leaves me a chance to do better tomorrow still better the day after and to end with a masterpiece EnduoteHave you read Jean Paul Sartre s The Words What do you think about it


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