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Beauvoir

Simone de . 1908--86, French existentialist novelist and feminist, whose works include Le sang des autres (1944), Le deuxième sexe (1949), and Les mandarins (1954)
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Published letters are a sub-genre of contemporaneous autobiography but need to be read with the replies that in Beauvoir's case often exist, particularly with respect to Sartre.
The idea of women's oppression in a patriarchal society is the major interest of de Beauvoir. Based on her view, the Otherness of women is not a sign of inferiority because of some biological reason, but rather women are put into the position of being the Other.
The Beauvoir granite is located in the Echassieres granitic complex in the NE part of the FMC in the Limousin area (Figure 1), which belongs to the internal zone of the European Variscan belt and results from the continental collision between Gondwana and Laurussia during the Upper Paleozoic.
In her study of Beauvoir's oeuvre, Arp demonstrates that the author often uses "interpersonal relations to make metaphysical points about human subjectivity." In particular, she argues that Beauvoir depicts Regina as needing the look of the Other to feel as though she exists, and that Regina therefore "clearly...
Beauvoir, no volume II do livro O Segundo sexo, afirma que a mulher "nao tem passado, nao tem historia, nem religiao propria; nao tem, como os proletarios, uma solidariedade de trabalho e interesses" (BEAUVOIR, 1980, p.15).
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