Comparison Of Essays By Sartre And Blanchot

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A revolution which involves great deal of violence, death and a massive reform of the government of a country. One understands the comparison better when he looks at the broader meaning of a revolution. A revolution is an act of freedom and exercised by the free which brings about a strong change of some sort...
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One understands the comparison better when he looks at the broader meaning of a revolution. A revolution is an act of freedom and exercised by the free which brings about a strong change of some sort. It therefore follows that if literature is a form of revolution, then it is an act of freedom exercised by the free...
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