Sartre

Written by Mathilde Ramadier | Illustrated by Anais Depommier
NBM Publishing
2017- August

About Sartre

For some he was the philosopher of existentialism, for others the constant provocateur, the politically engaged author, the uncertain militant, the repenting bourgeois, the life companion of Simone de Beauvoir... From his first readings in the Luxenbourg Garden to his refusal of the Nobel Prize for Literature, Jean Paul Sartre was all of this at the same time.

About Anaïs Depommier

She was born in the late 1980s in a small village in the Southeast of France. After graduating from the Émile-Cohl school in Lyon, she created a drawing workshopwhere regular life drawing classes and other exhibitions are held. She now lives in Rome and works in comics, graphics and animation design.

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