It is difficult to imagine a modern writer with more wide-ranging interests than Jean-Paul Sartre, and this is reflected in the articles contained in this issue. The first two, Linda Bell’s “Different Oppressions: a Feminist Exploration of Sartre’s Anti-Semite and Jew” and Vincent von Wroblewsky’s “The Early Sartre and ‘The Jewish Question,’” are inspired by Sartre’s epoch-making Réflexion sur la question juive, which, when initially published in 1946 represented the first reaction of a major French intellectual after the war to the horrific fate suffered by European Jewry, as well as the first postwar reflection on anti-Semitism in general.

Sartre Studies International

An Interdisciplinary Journal of Existentialism and Contemporary Culture

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