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Why did Jean Paul Sartre decline the Nobel Prize? (Read 4079 times)
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Why did Jean Paul Sartre decline the Nobel Prize?
10/18/06 at 12:10:20
 
anybody know?  ???
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Re: Why did Jean Paul Sartre decline the Nobel Pri
Reply #1 - 10/20/06 at 15:19:23
 
because he don't like the prize
and he was  jealsing camus
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Re: Why did Jean Paul Sartre decline the Nobel Pri
Reply #2 - 11/23/06 at 22:49:59
 
The concern was a matter of having a proceeding to which a point was reached that Sartre had a question of a great magnitude.  Will it have come as an Idol the likes of which could be accepted in death; he did not anticipate that it would have been fashioned so soon as now.  The correct expression he will accept is: Pay Stub.
 
This site is difficult to work in since it is not populated with recent postings.
 
I will visit from time to time and hopefully I will get the chance to expand on my comment.
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Re: Why did Jean Paul Sartre decline the Nobel Pri
Reply #3 - 05/28/07 at 13:18:27
 
There`s a very interesting declaration by Sartre, where he states that he was unwilling to accept the Nobel Prize because that will "institutionalize" him as a writer. Here he exposes his interest not to accept the "bourgeoisie" prize because and he goes as far as to say that he supports the Venezuelan armed guerrilla forces.  
The declarations can be found in Le Figaro of October 23, 1964.
 
Bye, any comments please suggest. I am trying to build a undergrad thesis on that premise.
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