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thecauliflower:

Happy Birthday, Jean-Paul Sartre (June 21, 1905), called by Simone de Beauvoir letters to him as “Tout cher petit être” and “Mon amour”.

Photos: October 16, 1970. Simone de Beauvoir, Jean-Paul Sartre and other intellectuals and activists went out to sell the banned leftist newspaper La Cause du Peuple in the streets of Paris. This way they could challenge authorities and protest against censorship. Photos: Bruno Barbey

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thecauliflower:

Happy Birthday, Jean-Paul Sartre (June 21, 1905), called by Simone de Beauvoir letters to him as “Tout cher petit être” and “Mon amour”.

Photos: October 16, 1970. Simone de Beauvoir, Jean-Paul Sartre and other intellectuals and activists went out to sell the banned leftist newspaper La Cause du Peuple in the streets of Paris. This way they could challenge authorities and protest against censorship. Photos: Bruno Barbey

(Source: beauvoiriana)


thecauliflower:

Happy Birthday, Jean-Paul Sartre (June 21, 1905), called by Simone de Beauvoir letters to him as “Tout cher petit être” and “Mon amour”.

Photos: October 16, 1970. Simone de Beauvoir, Jean-Paul Sartre and other intellectuals and activists went out to sell the banned leftist newspaper La Cause du Peuple in the streets of Paris. This way they could challenge authorities and protest against censorship. Photos: Bruno Barbey

(Source: beauvoiriana)


thecauliflower:

Happy Birthday, Jean-Paul Sartre (June 21, 1905), called by Simone de Beauvoir letters to him as “Tout cher petit être” and “Mon amour”.

Photos: October 16, 1970. Simone de Beauvoir, Jean-Paul Sartre and other intellectuals and activists went out to sell the banned leftist newspaper La Cause du Peuple in the streets of Paris. This way they could challenge authorities and protest against censorship. Photos: Bruno Barbey

(Source: beauvoiriana)


thecauliflower:

Happy Birthday, Jean-Paul Sartre (June 21, 1905), called by Simone de Beauvoir letters to him as “Tout cher petit être” and “Mon amour”.

Photos: October 16, 1970. Simone de Beauvoir, Jean-Paul Sartre and other intellectuals and activists went out to sell the banned leftist newspaper La Cause du Peuple in the streets of Paris. This way they could challenge authorities and protest against censorship. Photos: Bruno Barbey

(Source: beauvoiriana)