The Age of Reason

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The first volume in his Roads to Freedom trilogy, Jean-Paul Sartre's The Age of Reason is a philosophical novel exploring existentialist notions of freedom, translated by Eric Sutton with an introduction by David Caute in Penguin Modern Classics. Set in the volatile Paris summer of 1938, The Age of Reason follows two days in the life of Mathieu Delarue, a philosophy teacher, and his circle in the cafes and bars of Montparnasse. Mathieu has so far managed to contain sex and personal freedom in conveniently separate ...

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The Age of Reason
2016, Penguin Classics, London

ISBN-13: 9780241259696

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2000, Penguin Classics, London

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The Age of Reason
1992, Vintage, New York, NY

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The Age of Reason
1990, Penguin Books Ltd, London

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1982, Penguin Classics, London

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