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Fri Mar 21 17:09:17 2014 UTClccn-n800051230.16100 most important women of the 20th century0.370.70Pour une morale de l'ambiguïté2466221Simone_de_Beauvoirn 80005123387756Beauvoir, S. deBeauvoir, S. de 1908-1986Beauvoir, S. de (Simone), 1908-1986Beauvoir, Simone Bertrand de.Beauvoir, Simone Bertrand de, 1908-1986Beauvoir, Simone deBeauvoir, Simone Lucie Ernestine Maria Bertrand deBeauvoir, Simone Lucie-Ernestine-Marie-Bertrand de 1908-1986 Vollstaendiger NameBeauvoirová, Simone de, 1908-1986Bertrand de Beauvoir, SimoneBertrand de Beauvoir, Simone, 1908-1986Bofuwa, Ximengna deBofuwa, Ximengna de, 1908-1986Bovoar, Simon deBōvōwāru, Shimōnu doBōvōwāru, Shimōnu do, 1908-1986Bovuar, Simon de, 1908-1986Bovuar, Simona deBovuar, Simona de, 1908-1986Bovuāra, Simona de, 1908-1986Būfwār, Sīmūn DūBūfwār, Sīmūn dū, 1908-1986CastorCastor, 1908-Castor, 1908-1986Castor, LeCastor, Le, 1908-1986De Beauvoir, Simone.De Beauvoir, Simone, 1908-1986De Bofuwa, XimengnaDe Bofuwa, Ximengna, 1908-1986De Bovuāra, Simona, 1908-1986DeBeauvoir, Simone 1908-1986Po-wa, Hsi-mengPo-wa, Hsi-meng, 1908-1986Simone de BeauvoirSimonë de Bovuar 1908-1986Ximeng BowaБовуар, Симона де, 1908-1986Де Бовуар, Симона, 1908-1986بفوار، سيمون دي، 1908-1986بوفوار، سيمون.بوفوار, سيمون (1908-1986).دي بوفوار، سيمون، 1908-1986سيمون دي بوفوار، 1908-1986ボーヴォワール, シモーヌ・ド西蒙波娃lccn-n79106134Sartre, Jean-Paul1905-1980othiveprfdteauilccn-n89667520Simons, Margaret A.edtlccn-nr90012052Le Bon de Beauvoir, Sylvieothauitrledtlccn-n99000965Tidd, Ursulalccn-n79061368Camus, Albert1913-1960lccn-n79097475Colette1873-1954np-duras, margueriteDuras, Margueritelccn-n93094499Fullbrook, Edwardedtlccn-n85374101Fullbrook, Kateedtlccn-n77016289Bair, DeirdreBeauvoir, Simone de1908-1986BiographyFictionInterviewsRecords and correspondenceHistoryPortraitsRegistersDiariesPictorial worksBeauvoir, Simone de,FranceAuthors, FrenchWomenFeministsSartre, Jean-Paul,French fictionWomen authors, FrenchIntellectual lifeOlder peopleEthicsSelf (Philosophy)BisexualityIdentity (Psychology)Older authorsColette,Duras, MargueriteCéline, Louis-Ferdinand,Duhamel, Georges,Camus, Albert,Malraux, André,Saint-Exupéry, Antoine de,Gide, André,Proust, Marcel,Mauriac, François,Romains, Jules,Giono, Jean,Bernanos, Georges,France--ParisFoucault, Michel,FeminismWomen and literatureWomen intellectualsPhilosophersFamiliesAuthors, French--Family relationshipsBiographyArendt, Hannah,Comăneci, Nadia,Anderson, Marian,Diana,--Princess of Wales,Lenglen, Suzanne,Albright, Madeleine KorbelCaldicott, HelenEarhart, Amelia,Goodall, Jane,Christie, Agatha,Ford, Betty,Nidetch, JeanKlein, Melanie19081986192819381941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201413659819887956BPQ2603.E362ocn000295884ocn299379432ocn800931382ocn802607010ocn797221184ocn614025269ocn468169379ocn417138176ocn803820634ocn565962416ocn462866787ocn417825106ocn420312604ocn461679211ocn417198875ocn174493904ocn420611011ocn417656938ocn460116959ocn417366563ocn003371109ocn839377308ocn062245720ocn863000221ocn767110255ocn694031357ocn694031358ocn767371009ocn742937469ocn863000220ocn659253643ocn762108240ocn461827836ocn406893443ocn797492628ocn080288546ocn461862144ocn691981734ocn185197126ocn075054309ocn461436708ocn185197133ocn612549497ocn263648971ocn612549523ocn721517798ocn721517812ocn721016326ocn075704465ocn720885999ocn722663680ocn722285451ocn461699150ocn063507447ocn063505964ocn764793298ocn661291312ocn764793267ocn659282060ocn661291196ocn764793180ocn661291222ocn764793140ocn661291239ocn764793164ocn439254924ocn441931305ocn440662511ocn781210383ocn444449534ocn439206531ocn075500242ocn720242270ocn722532530ocn723857391ocn075074270ocn864637066ocn719019588ocn765332656ocn691431534ocn676514530ocn693874429ocn691384861ocn692016671ocn742842108ocn550777426ocn246551071ocn844948166ocn313257090ocn473182567ocn798329006ocn801191164ocn456241849Authors6345137ocn000260915book19490.28Beauvoir, Simone deThe second sexHistoryAn unabridged version of Beauvoir's feminist exploration of the psychological, sexual and social roles of women and their historical and contemporary situation in Western culture at the middle of the twentieth century+-+51001725853578190ocn008304981book19540.32Beauvoir, Simone deThe mandarins : a novelHistoryFictionAn ironic tale of life and love in the French intellectual class+-+9833688485235218ocn000309367book19720.29Beauvoir, Simone deThe coming of ageA comprehensive examination of the biological, ehtnological and historical aspects of old age and society's role in determining the unhappy fate of human beings+-+K8996884851851127ocn000437049book19660.33Beauvoir, Simone deLes belles imagesFictionEn ung kvinde bryder ud af et borgerligt ægteskab+-+9897185257158046ocn002672184book19480.47Beauvoir, Simone deThe ethics of ambiguityIn de Beauvoir & rsquo;s second major essay, the renowned French philosopher illustrates the ethics of Existentialism by outlining a series of & ldquo;ways of being & rdquo; In this classic introduction to Existentialist thought, French philosopher Simone de Beauvoir & rsquo;s The Ethics of Ambiguity simultaneously pays homage to and grapples with her French contemporaries, philosophers Jean-Paul Sartre and Maurice Merleau-Ponty, by arguing that the freedoms in Existentialism carry with them certain ethical responsibilities. While contemplating Nihilism, Surrealism, Existentialism, Objectivity, and human values, The Ethics of Ambiguity is a thorough examination of existence and what it means to human life. To do this, de Beauvoir outlines a series of & ldquo;ways of being & rdquo; (the adventurer, the passionate person, the lover, the artist, and the intellectual), each of which overcomes the former & rsquo;s deficiencies, and therefore can live up to the responsibilities of freedom. Ultimately, de Beauvoir argues that in order to achieve true freedom, one must battle against the choices and activities of those who suppress it+-+K516501535144921ocn000343206book19630.32Beauvoir, Simone deForce of circumstanceBiographyRecords and correspondence1279179ocn000341876book19430.53Beauvoir, Simone deL'invitée, romanFiction1e dr. 1943+-+4312185257324124826ocn000173770book19690.27Beauvoir, Simone deThe woman destroyedFictionThese three long stories draw us into the lives of three women, all past their first youth, all facing unexpected crises. In the title story, the heroine's serenity is shattered when she learns that her husband is having an affair. In "The Age of Discretion," a successful, happily married professor finds herself increasingly distressed by her son's absorption in his young wife and her worldly values. In "The Monologue," a rich, spoiled woman, home alone on New Year's Eve, pours out a lifetime's rage and frustration in a harrowing diatribe. -- Back cover+-+88566294851238135ocn000282716book19490.56Beauvoir, Simone deLe deuxième sexeEen studie over de vrouw door de geschiedenis heen en de opkomst van het feminisme. Hoofdstuk 15 gaat over lesbische vrouwen+-+370878525710459ocn010323890book19840.33Schwarzer, AliceAfter The second sex : conversations with Simone De BeauvoirInterviews1026123ocn007714785book19410.53Beauvoir, Simone deLe sang des autres : romanFictionA la suite d'un accident survenu dans sa jeunesse, Jean Blomart a découvert avec horreur la danger caché dans chacun de ses gestes+-+1818185257324100462ocn001725025book19470.59Beauvoir, Simone deL'Amérique au jour le jourDiariesThe author's diary, Jan. 25-May 20, 1947+-+2762150205324987127ocn003682554book19440.70Beauvoir, Simone dePour une morale de l'ambiguïtéRéflexion sur le caractère paradoxal de la condition humaine, l'importance et parallèlement l'insignifiance de la vie humaine, l'individualité et collectivité95190ocn003116056book19460.53Beauvoir, Simone deTous les hommes sont mortels : romanFictionOmkring år 1300 drikker italieneren Raymond Fosca udødelighedens eliksir. Beretningen om hans liv i århundrederne derefter viser hans stigende erkendelse: at magt, kærlighed, rigdom er intet, når det måles med evighedens målestok+-+888018525732491132ocn000204080book19490.32Beauvoir, Simone deShe came to stay; a novelFictionThe story of a relationship ravaged by anger, jealousy and revenge. Set in Paris on the eve of World War II, this is Simone de Beauvoir's first novel and is drawn from events in her real-life relationship with Jean-Paul Sartre+-+7933688485803101ocn000351759book19670.50Beauvoir, Simone deLa Femme rompue. L'Age de discrétionFictionAnalyse : Roman psychologique (intime). Roman de société+-+25141852573247396ocn000295884book19650.39Freund, GisèleJames Joyce in Paris : his final yearsHistoryBiographyPortraitsPictorial worksA sequence of photographs of James Joyce taken in 1938 interspersed with views of Paris in the thirties, and portraits of Joyce's friends and contemporaries, with perceptive commentary by V.B. Carleton72242ocn000338483book19480.47Beauvoir, Simone deThe blood of othersHistoryFictionLes sang des autres, 1945+-+28883659653247206ocn025317345book19920.28Sartre, Jean-PaulWitness to my life : the letters of Jean-Paul Sartre to Simone de Beauvoir, 1926-1939Records and correspondence+-+338846931571538ocn000272655book19700.56Beauvoir, Simone deLa vieillesse264336ocn000343202book19600.37Beauvoir, Simone deThe prime of lifeBiography"Second volume of ... Simone de Beauvoir [who] writes of the years from 1929 to 1944"--Cover+-+9988365965324209424ocn000383953book19580.31Beauvoir, Simone deMemoirs of a dutiful daughterBiographyRecords and correspondenceIn this first volume of autobiography, the French author traces the first twenty-one years of her life and provides insights into the development of her philosophy. As an adolescent she seeks to shed her family's bourgeois values while struggling to find acceptance for her ideas in a climate generally unreceptive to female intellectuals. She meets Sartre at the Sorbonne and their lifelong friendship begins+-+6608545155184510ocn020593361book19900.25Bair, DeirdreSimone de Beauvoir : a biographyBiographyExplores every facet of Beauvoir's life and thought+-+7536926215182015ocn047009608file19990.39Fraser, MariamIdentity without selfhood Simone de Beauvoir and bisexualityExamining how de Beauvoir is constructed as an intelligible self by academics, biographers and the media, Mariam Fraser proposes an original conception of identity and subjectivity in the context of recent post-structuralist and queer debates and argues that attempts to 'deconstruct' identity founder on Western concepts such as individuality+-+5910556605324178519ocn057410469com20020.37The Cambridge companion to Simone de Beauvoir"Simone de Beauvoir was a philosopher and writer of notable range and influence whose work is central to feminist theory, French existentialism, and contemporary moral and social philosophy. The chapters in this volume examine all the major aspects of her thought, including her views on issues such as the role of biology, sexuality and sexual difference, and evil; the influence on her work of Heidegger, Sartre, Merleau-Ponty, Husserl, and others; and the philosophical significance of her memoirs and fiction." "New readers and nonspecialists will find this the most convenient and accessible guide to Beauvoir currently available. Advanced students and specialists will find a conspectus of recent developments in the interpretation of Beauvoir."--Jacket+-+914542670517394ocn048139345com19990.37Ladimer, BethanyColette, Beauvoir, and Duras age and women writersBiography"In a pioneering study of the three best-known French women writers of the twentieth century, Bethany Ladimer examines the ways in which the aging process shaped their creativity and their lives. Simone de Beauvoir, Colette, and Marguerite Duras all lived long lives and were prolific writers until the end. Ladimer's developmental approach to their creativity takes into account literary analysis and also discusses their work and lives from the standpoint of history and the social sciences, a conjunction that considers age, gender, and a culture that depends on the ideas of sexual difference for its national identity. She incorporates the work of Betty Friedan, Carolyn Heilbrun, and Margaret Gulette, among others, into her study."--BOOK JACKET+-+455265863517058ocn001400476book19750.35Cottrell, Robert DSimone de BeauvoirBiographyPortraits16171ocn000336282book19670.33Peyre, HenriFrench novelists of todayCriticism, interpretation, etcHonore Balzac - Charles Baudelaire - Maurice Barres - John Paul Sartre - Simone de Bouvoire - Maurice Blanchot - Germaine Bree - Albert Camus; Paul Claudel - Colette - Celine - Jean Giraudoux - Andre Gide - Dumas - Gustave Flaubert - Andre Gide - Andre Malraux - Francois Mauriac -Picon - Nietzsche - Blaise Pascal - Jean Racine; Stendhal - Claude Simone - Sarraute - Saint-Exupery - Emile Zola160111ocn000950430book19740.29Beauvoir, Simone deAll said and doneBiographyRegistersAutobiography of French author Simone deBeauvoir+-+963497410615434ocn047009711file19990.47Tidd, UrsulaSimone de Beauvoir, gender and testimonyCriticism, interpretation, etcThis is the first full-length study to explore Simone de Beauvoir's autobiographical and biographical writings in the context of ideas on selfhood formulated in The Second Sex and other philosophical essays. Ursula Tidd offers new readings of Beauvoir's unpublished diaries and recently published letters along with more well-known texts+-+258611670514347ocn009919754book19840.28Beauvoir, Simone deAdieux : a farewell to SartreBiographyInterviewsFrom the Dust Jacket: In Adieux: A Farewell to Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir uses Jean-Paul Sartre's last ten years as a focus for understanding his entire life. Through her eyes, we see an intimate portrait of the man who was widely recognized as one of the greatest thinkers of the twentieth century-the foremost philosopher of existentialism, a Nobel Prize-winning playwright, and a central figure in almost every major philosophical, political, literary, and social issue of our time. De Beauvoir was Sartre's closet friend, his intellectual companion, and, intermittently, his lover, from his early twenties until his death. It is she who tells his story in Adieux. She begins with a year-by-year memoir of Sartre's last decade: his political involvements, his work on Flaubert, his friendships, his relationship with her, his slow demise. The second and longer part of the book is a conversation between Sartre and De Beauvoir about his entire life and work. Unguarded, lucid, and incisive, Sartre talks about the origins of his philosophy, the inspiration for his fiction, and the conviction behind his activism. But more than a philosophical book, Adieux is a personal dialogue of astonishing candor. Sartre openly discusses his relationships with women-a subject which seems to pain De Beauvoir even now; his ugliness; his fear of passion. And in one of the most moving passages in Adieux, De Beauvoir anticipates Sartre's death. She knows he is dying, but she cannot tell him. Existentialism's acceptance of death does not console her. Adieux reveals the inner Sartre and the inner De Beauvoir, and illuminates one of the most extraordinary relationships of our century+-+K343729485137410ocn027813501book19930.53Moi, TorilSimone de Beauvoir : the making of an intellectual womanHistoryBiography"In Simone de Beauvoir: The Making of an Intellectual Woman Toril Moi shows how Simone de Beauvoir became Simone de Beauvoir, the leading feminist thinker and emblematic intellectual woman of the twentieth century. Blending biography with literary criticism, feminist theory, and historical and social analysis, this book provides a completely original analysis of Beauvoir's education and formation as an intellectual."-- Book jacket+-+K63646681513427ocn146147525file19990.50Simons, Margaret AThe philosophy of Simone de Beauvoir critical essaysSince her death in 1986 and the publication of her diaries in 1990, interest in the philosophy of Simone de Beauvoir has never been greater. Margaret A. Simons and an international group of philosophers present sixteen essays that reveal Beauvoir as one of the 20th century's most important and influential thinkers. As they set Beauvoir's work into dialogue with Husserl, Merleau-Ponty, Heidegger, Foucault, Levinas, and others, these essays consider such questions as Beauvoir's philosophical relationship with Sartre; her ethic of the erotic; her views on marriage, motherhood, and female friend+-+K772988075133017ocn024696404book19900.31Beauvoir, Simone deLetters to SartreRecords and correspondenceIn 1983 de Beauvoir published Sartre's letters, maintaining that her own letters to him had been lost. They were found by de Beauvoir's adopted daughter, and published to a storm of controversy in France. Tracing the emotional and triangular complications of her life with Sartre, the letters reveal her not only as manipulative and dependent, but also as vulnerable, passionate, jealous and committed+-+2549644455324131912ocn000580601book19650.32Beauvoir, Simone deA very easy deathBiographyRecords and correspondenceDay-by-day account of the death of the author's mother+-+3443729485123916ocn014587082book19850.28Francis, ClaudeSimone de Beauvoir : a life, a love storyBiographyPremière biographie consacrée à Simone de Beauvoir. A lire parallèlement au ##Sartre## de Annie Cohen-Solal. Au point de départ de l'ouvrage, la découverte de lettres inédites (1682 pages) de Beauvoir à Nelson Algren, un écrivain américain dont elle était tombée amoureuse. Jean Basile dans ##La Presse plus## du samedi 21 décembre 1985 trouve que l'accent n'est pas assez mis sur l'expérience de Simone de Beauvoir "comme femme"+-+897875768512291ocn040127794book19980.16Markey, Kevin100 most important women of the 20th centuryHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyBiography DictionariesA photo-filled celebration of extraordinary 20th-century women highlights women's contributions in politics, child care, science, education, athletics, literature, entertainment, art, and more. Over 200 photos+-+287357141512235ocn456423492file20090.50Beauvoir and Sartre the riddle of influenceWhile many scholars consider Simone de Beauvoir an important philosopher in her own right, thorny issues of mutual influence between her thought and that of Jean-Paul Sartre still have not been settled definitively. Some continue to believe Beauvoir's own claim that Sartre was the philosopher and she was the follower even though their relationship was far more complex than this proposition suggests. Christine Daigle, Jacob Golomb, and an international group of scholars explore the philosophical and litera+-+3285778075117010ocn057422324book20050.25Rowley, HazelTête-à-tête : Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul SartreBiography"They are one of the world's legendary couples. We can't think of one without thinking of the other. Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre - those passionate, freethinking existentialist philosopher-writers - had a committed but notoriously open union that generated no end of controversy. With Tete-a-Tete, Hazel Rowley offers the first dual portrait of these two colossal figures and their intense, often embattled relationship. Through original interviews and access to new primary sources, Rowley portrays them up close, in their most intimate moments."+-+540570515510984ocn060074390file20050.47Bainbrigge, SusanWritings against death the autobiographies of Simone de BeauvoirCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyMuch has been written on Simone de Beauvoir, one of France's leading intellectual figures of the 20th century. The sheer volume of her autobiographical writings testifies to her indefatigable questioning of the nature of existence and her personal and public engagement in the world over the best part of a century. This study aims to re-evaluate her extensive autobiographical œuvre, exploring its place in relation to the French autobiographical canon, and in the light of recent theorisations of autobiography. It presents readings which engage critically with existentialism, feminist theory, and+-+8093657954+-+5100172585+-+5100172585Fri Mar 21 15:58:49 EDT 2014batch140923