By Alistair Rolls, Elizabeth Rechniewski
Twenty-five years after his demise, critics and lecturers, film-makers and reporters proceed to argue over Sartre's legacy. yet sure interpretations have congealed round his iconic textual content Nausea, tending to restrict it in the framework supplied via the later philosophical paintings, Being and Nothingness. This quantity opens up the textual content to a number of new ways in the fields of English and Comparative Literature, in addition to Philosophy and French experiences, lower than the headings : ‘Text’, ‘Context’, and ‘Intertext’: the textual suggestions at paintings in the novel; the literary, cultural and philosophical context of its construction; and the intertextual net in which it really is positioned. This quantity will curiosity a large public of academics, scholars and all those that are looking to think again Sartre’s legacy within the twenty–first century.
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Kershaw, ‘Autodidacticism and Criminality in Jean-Paul Sartre’s La Nausée and Edith Thomas’ L’Homme criminel’, Modern Language Review, 96:3 (2001), 679-92 [p. 679n3]). On autodidacticism, also see R. Chapman ‘Autodidacticism and the Desire for Culture’, Nottingham French Studies, 31:2 (1992), 84-101. 4 L. Schehr, Alcibiades et the Door: Gay Discourses in French Literature (Stanford: Stanford Univerity Press, 1995), pp. 68-112. Sartre’s Autodidacticism 33 component to male homosexuality in Sartre’s writing, a kind of scopophilia necessary for him to guarantee the existence of the category through a perception of ‘the’ act and essential to his analyses of the matter.
At the very least this means that Roquentin is safe from the seduction and not the object of lust for an aging and unattractive homosexual man about to prey on a teenager. Yet, one wonders, what could the Autodidact be saying? For he has not yet, during the course of almost two hundred pages, evinced any oratorical talent; indeed, he has shown minimal communicative skills heretofore. Is he repeating some sententious Baudelaire (192; 231)– all wrote explicitly on homosexuality (as well as on heterosexuality).
With its tensed muscles, the teenager’s tongue is briefly an erect phallus that repels the longing glance, the amorous attack of the 7 All references to the novel give the French page reference first followed by the English translation. -P. Sartre, Œuvres romanesques (Paris: Gallimard, 1981), pp. 1-210. 8 Sartre seems vague about the age of the two young men and whether they have entered puberty or not. ” I tend, as will be seen from the rest of the article, to consider that the boys have at least begun to enter manhood.
Sartre's ''Nausea'': Text, Context, Intertext (Faux Titre 273) (Faux Titre) by Alistair Rolls, Elizabeth Rechniewski