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Simone de Beauvoir, Paris, 1948 // photo by Gisèle Freund

Simone de Beauvoir, Paris, 1948 // photo by Gisèle Freund

"No one is more arrogant toward women, more aggressive or scornful, than the man who is anxious about his virility." -simone        #pagingrushlimbaugh

"No one is more arrogant toward women, more aggressive or scornful, than the man who is anxious about his virility." -simone #pagingrushlimbaugh

Simone de Beauvoir & Jean-Paul Sartre. ccc☼→p→cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl∞cl→:)

Em a sociedade francesa escandalizou-se com a publicação de uma novela dramática de Gustave Flaubert. Tratava-se de um relato ficcio...

Simone de Beauvoir is one of the best-known French writers and thinkers of the twentieth century, and among the best-known female writers of all time.

Marina Colasanti Publicou 33 livros. Alguns contos, histórias infantis e poesia. Obras: “Hora de alimentar serpentes”, “Uma idéia toda azul, “Minha guerra alheia”, “Poesia em 4 tempos” e outros que você pode conferir nesse link aqui.

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Simone de Beauvoir. Saint-Germain-de-Prés, Paris, c. 1946.  “Old age ... represents a change in one’s existence, a change that is manifested by the loss of a great number of things. If one isn’t sorry to lose them it’s because one didn't love them. I think that people who glorify old age or death too readily are people who really don’t love life. Of course, in present-day France you have to say that everything’s fine, that everything’s lovely, including death.” —Simone de Beauvoir

Simone de Beauvoir. Saint-Germain-de-Prés, Paris, c. 1946. “Old age ... represents a change in one’s existence, a change that is manifested by the loss of a great number of things. If one isn’t sorry to lose them it’s because one didn't love them. I think that people who glorify old age or death too readily are people who really don’t love life. Of course, in present-day France you have to say that everything’s fine, that everything’s lovely, including death.” —Simone de Beauvoir

Portrait of Simone de Beauvoir, Café de Flore, Paris, c. 1945. pictured by Brassaï

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Simone de Beauvoir fotografada em 1952 por Gisèle Freund.    Veja também:  http://semioticas1.blogspot.com.br/2015/04/olhar-estrangeiro-no-candomble.html

O que me interessa é o papel que tem o Candomblé ao conferir dignidade aos descendentes dos escravos. Aqui eles chegaram ...

"Que nada nos LIMITE. Que nada nos DEFINA. Que nada nos SUJEITE. Que a LIBERDADE seja a nossa própria substância." - Simone de Beawoir

Olá, pessoal. Tenho recebido perguntas sobre algumas frases de Simone de Beauvoir. Bem, nem todas posso responder, pois não sei de cabeça todas as frases (quem me dera). Mas as duas perguntas mais...

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