Chapter 8. Bibliography



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  • ORWELL, G. 1940. Down And Out In Paris And London. England: Clays Ltd
  • ORWELL, G. 1989. Nineteen Eighty-Four. London England: Penguin
  • SARTRE, JP. 1948. Existentialism And Humanism. London England: Methuen Publishing Limited.
  • SARTRE, JP. 1967. Words. London, England: Penguin Books.
  • SARTRE, JP. 2002. Sketch For A Theory Of The Emotions. London England: Routledge.
  • SARTRE, JP. 2002. Being And Nothingness, trans. Barnes, HE. London England: Routledge.
  • STRATHERN, P. 2002. The Essential Sartre. London England: Virgin Books Ltd.
  • WARNOCK, M. 1970. Existentialism. Oxford England: Oxford University Press.



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