Everything created by Jean-Paul Sartre can only be placed under the category of: properly classic. And even just one book by this incomparable author may already suffice, proceeding to beome a reader''s sole recommendation when it comes to Literature. [BR] In his writing, Sartre adheres to the famous construct of " the theory of compromise" , as can be seen in his novel "Nausea". This " theory of compromise" theme lends itself to the tenets of post-structuralism.Sartre''s writings bear much truth, rather, they are all excellent and sublime in their characteristic beauty. Jean-Paul is the father of Existentialist philosophy, in the realm of Literary Studies and the Existentialist movement has been extremely popular amongst Marxists for it seems that Sartre''s world view appealed greatly to Marxist sentiments and sensibilities. [BR] Sartre''s passionate tone and empathic writing ( writing that has the quality of being ''for the masses'')influences one to give the subject of his fervent ruminations and expressions; only the most undivided actualization of esteem, a delegation of importance to Sartre''s writings and simply put- one''s full attention.
[BR]The French writer Sartre never failed to extol the ideas behind how ''Existentialist philosophy is real human philosophy''. [BR] Existentialism, in the briefest of lexical salutes, affirms this belief: that people are always in search of something to accomplish in their lives, and even if the most common observation resulting from surveys about the practices of Existentialists; is how they almost never finish what they begin to ''do'' - observations that posit negativity, focusing on the process of how individuals manage their existance instead of outcomes and products, is an immortal tribute to the quality of human living. History can only repeat itself, so much so that definable and manifested change is no longer necessary for positive developments to arise in the history of human civilization.