She Came to Stay

She Came to Stay Written as an act of revenge against the year old who came between her and Jean Paul Sartre She Came to Stay is Simone de Beauvoir s first novel a lacerating study of a young naive couple in love
  • Title: She Came to Stay
  • Author: Simone de Beauvoir
  • ISBN: 9780007204649
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Paperback
  • Written as an act of revenge against the 17 year old who came between her and Jean Paul Sartre, She Came to Stay is Simone de Beauvoir s first novel a lacerating study of a young, naive couple in love and the usurping woman who comes between them It is impossible to talk about faithfulness and unfaithfulness where we are oncerned You and I are simply one Neither of uWritten as an act of revenge against the 17 year old who came between her and Jean Paul Sartre, She Came to Stay is Simone de Beauvoir s first novel a lacerating study of a young, naive couple in love and the usurping woman who comes between them It is impossible to talk about faithfulness and unfaithfulness where we are oncerned You and I are simply one Neither of us can be described without the other It was unthinkable that Pierre and Francoise should ever tire of each other And yet, both talented and restless, they constantly feel the need for new sensations, new people Because of this they bring the young, beautiful and irresponsible Xaviere into their life who, determined to take Pierre for herself, drives a wedge between them, with unforeseeable, disastrous consequencesPublished in 1943, She Came to Stay is Simone de Beauvoir s first novel Written as an act of revenge against the woman who nearly destroyed her now legendary, unorthodox relationship with the philosopher Jean Paul Sartre, it fictionalises the events of 1935, when Sartre became infatuated with seventeen year old Olga Bost, a pupil and devotee of de Beauvoir s Passionately eloquent, coolly and devastatingly ironic, She Came to Stay is one of the most extraordinary and powerful pieces of fictional autobiography of the twentieth century, in which de Beauvoir s tears for her characters freeze as they drop.
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    1. Simone de Beauvoir was a French author and philosopher She wrote novels, monographs on philosophy, politics, and social issues, essays, biographies, and an autobiography She is now best known for her metaphysical novels, including She Came to Stay and The Mandarins, and for her 1949 treatise The Second Sex, a detailed analysis of women s oppression and a foundational tract of contemporary feminism.

    2. Your guy, whom you are totally smitten with, somehow talks you into agreeing that it s OK for him to extend your relationship into a menage a trois including another, younger woman, that you don t really like very much You re seething with jealousy, but, because of various abstract principles, you can t even admit it to yourself in so many words So you write a novel based on real events, where you describe her as the empty headed little bitch she is, and conclude by killing her, which you always [...]

    3. The subject matter of this novel by Simone De Beauvoir, who was the long term partner of famed French existential philosopher Jean Paul Sartre, seems a somewhat odd one for a prominent feminist The relationship between De Beauvoir and Sartre was not a conventional one far from it in fact and is explored in this story of a woman suffering an existential crisis caused by the introduction of another woman to form what becomes a rather bizarre menage trois.Fran oise quite obviously a representation [...]

    4. VOLUPTUOUS DOCILITY AND SYLLABISM Xaviere was watching Pierre with a kind of voluptuous docility page 238 Her fresh lips slowly plucked off each syllable of the word voluptuous page 151 Simone de Beauvoir s novel was first published in French in 1943 and in English in 1949 Nabokov s famous syllabic enunciation of Lo lee ta appeared in the novel Lolita , which was written in English, and first published in 1955 in Paris, in 1958 in New York City, and in 1959 in London SHE CAME TO STAY AND WOULDN [...]

    5. Primera novela de Simone Cuesta un poco entrar en ella hasta que logra ubicarse a los personajes, a las complejas relaciones entre ellos e, incluso, a esa inquietante frivolidad en sus relaciones habida cuenta que est n en los meses previos al estallido de la Segunda Guerra Mundial Sin embargo, Simone, con un estilo narrativo lento pero fluido, logra hacernos danzar con los personajes tan complejos, tan de carne y hueso, tan claroscuros Fran oise y su vengativa abnegaci n Pierre o el hombre que [...]

    6. This is billed as the book SDB wrote when one of Sartre s lovers Olga Kosakievics entered their lives and threatened to disrupt the famous partnership about which so much has been speculated This description doesn t do the book justice.It does, nevertheless, need to be admitted from the start that Beauvoir is not remembered best for her novels and this one illustrates why this is no literary classic It is not a page turner, not a tour de force at times I had to make myself pick it up to get on r [...]

    7. I was trembling with anger during the entire book The characters are intentionally led to the extreme of their emotions Simone did this to question love and relationships how tolerant and honest can you get Francoise couldn t bare to be honest, but she was extremely tolerant Did she suffer her tolerant humiliation because of love or pride She wanted to hide this petty human emotion that consumed her and that s why she was silent until the end She couldn t bare the thought of someone knowing that [...]

    8. Nje nga librat me te mire qe kam lexuar se fundmi De Beauvoir duhet te lexohet me patjeter sidomos nga ata qe kane shume pikepyetje ekzistenciale Ngjarja, apo historia e thurur ne liber nuk eshte aq terheqese vecanerisht ne fillim Nuk kuptohet se si mpleksen rrethanat ne menyre te atille qe Ksaviera i bashkohet ciftit te pandashem Fransuaze e Pier Nuk ka ndonje arsye te mirefillte pse keta njerez krijojne ate te famshmen trio dhe nuk ka ndonje shpjegim per sjelljet e tyre ne raport me njeri tjet [...]

    9. Ah, existentialism The philosophy of freedomSure If you re a white, middle class guy like Sartre Existentialism and practicality don t really go hand in hand Lovely theory, though Francoise and Pierre invite young, beautiful Xaviere to share their relationship, and, initially, they re delighted with the fresh perspective she gives them It all changes when Pierre and Xaviere declare their love for each other, and suddenly, Francoise feels trapped in the relationship that was meant to be so free.F [...]

    10. I have always, ALWAYS been obsessed with the love triangle of Jean Paul Satre, Simone de Beauvoir, Michel Foucault since my cherished time in England when I learned a whole cultural theory of philosophy not taught in the American educational system I then became an avid obssessive student of post modern dialectic Although I have read the Second Sex, it is her lovers and relationships with the men in her real life which fascinate me This novel is supposed to be the story of her obsession and dest [...]

    11. Strong and almost striking at times.Beauvoir makes you love and hate all her main characters in this powerfully written book.

    12. Based on the reviews I had read on prior to starting the novel, I thought She Came to Stay would be a long arduous journey between me and Simone that I would t really enjoy, but that ended up not being the case It was a quick read, mostly dialogue and not at all difficult I would not suggest this book to someone who wasn t interested in Sartre and de Beauvoir s work already It is an easy read but dry and without a strong narrative arc What makes the novel worthwhile is that so many of Sartre and [...]

    13. Arriv e plus de la moiti du livre, je m arr te l Je n ai pas d m rit a fait pr s de 300 pages que je m ennuie Le personnage de Xavi re l invit e est insupportable et je ne comprends pas la fascination qu elle exerce sur Pierre et Fran oise les alter ego de Sartre et Beauvoir En revanche, j ai tr s envie de continuer lire Beauvoir, je n ai pas commenc par ce qu il me fallait.

    14. It s almost unbelievable how much meaning can be extracted from a novel that essentially lacks a narrative other than artistic professionals simply going about their daily lives Hell is other people, says Sartre, and Simone de Beauvoir certainly doesn t disagree She does however offer a different perspective on the role of the Other, portraying it not only as disturbing one s peace and causing confusion and frustration, but also very much a necessary evil that helps people challenge their own im [...]

    15. I was taken aback by how it ended The book is known to be a recounting of a real story of a young woman that came into the lives of JeanPaul Sarter and Simone de Beauvoir According to the novel , she wanted to break their unique bond and have Sarter for herself but she failed I feel the book is of an attempt to understand what happened and how complex relationships and human can be To me the restless obnoxious Xaviere was so irritating and at times painful The book is an complex journey worth e [...]

    16. Every time I read Simone de Beauvoir afterwards I feel like a completely different person She Came to Stay is another fantastic novel, and actually through writing this first novel Simone de Beauvoir found her voice and produced an exceptional body of work.

    17. Otherwise known as Never get on the wrong side of Simone de Beauvoir I first came across Simone de Beauvoir through looking at quotes from her most famous work, The Second Sex, an iconic re constructionist feminist text Her ideas really interested me, and so when I found out that she had written novels I was really intrigued She Came to Stay is particularly interesting as it is based on the real life relationship between de Beauvoir and the philosopher Jean Paul Sartre with whom she had an very [...]

    18. This book went on forever could ve been much shorter This book is supposed to be based on the author s relationship with Jean Paul Satre, and I suppose I just don t understand how such a prominent feminist could be ok with agreeing to having an open relationship.

    19. Una novela sobre el teatro parisino y sobre un amor CA TICO Y AVASALLADOR cuyas relaciones te enredar n hasta asfixiarte Esperen la video rese a o directo xd No s c mo ser el m todo 3El nico fallo Beauvoir no es buena narradora.

    20. g veit ekki hvort g geti me g ri samvisku m lt me She Came to Stay 1943 v h n er allt of langdregin og tilgangslaus k flum svo a a hafi fyrstu veri spennandi a vera fluga veggjum eirra kaffih sa sem au s ttu, Caf de Flore og Les Deux Magots, mist a f s r Kaffi lei, fengi, e a b i St um og f lki er l st me alveg v sindalegri h rn kv mni og svo kemur oftar en ekki lj s a sta irnir og margt f lki kemur s gu r inum ekki vi og hef i betur m tt munda ni urskur arhn finn En a sem var gott og athyglisve [...]

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