New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 1930. First American Edition. Hardcover. "This terrifying first novel by a young American is the story of a boy who recoils from everything, has no positive feeling of respect or affection or relationship of any sort. He is representative, horribly representative, of the bottom-dog strata of America, wherein men and women drift, with no will to live or even to exist, but with merely.....[Item #3369]
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New York, NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1947. First American Edition. Hardcover. "Rarely has a philosophical movement captured the world's imagination as Existentialism is now doing. In Jean-Paul Sartre's remarkable and long-awaited trilogy of novels, Roads to Freedom, we have the first fully Existentialist fiction. The first of these novels, The Age of Reason, shows the Europe of 1938 rushing headlong toward war. This second novel, The Reprieve, covers the eight.....[Item #4499]