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|Fantasy / Characters: 2 male, 2 female Scenery: Interior No Exit was first presented in New York at the Biltmore Theatre with Claude Dauphin, Annabella, and Ruth Ford.|
|By “looking” Sartre does not mean eyes simply following one another, but the |
rendering of a subject as an object. Inducing ... There is hence a weight of
philosophical significance behind Sartre's dramatic declaration that “hell is other
|RCS: I thought . . . well, in your play, No Exit . . . you make a great point of |
insisting that there are no mirrors in Hell, no way of seeing ourselves, and
therefore we are at the mercy of others and their opinions. "Hell is other people,"
you wrote in ...
|Hell. Is. Other. Parents. I. read No Exit, Sartre's famous existentialist play, in my |
early twenties, and I remember thinking at the time that it was interesting on a
conceptual level but not on a literal one. Hell might very well be other people,
|Explaining that 'hell is other people' had always been misunderstood, in so far as |
people believed that he meant our relations with others were always poisoned,
he insisted that he meant only that, because nothing is more important than ...
|He could flee Inez' presence and in time dismiss her as an insignificant Other, as |
people tend to do with those who ... The play is simply claiming that ifthere were
an eternal afterlife, it would be hell to spend it in the company of other people.
|As Sartre's protagonist says, "Hell is other people." Even aspects of reality that |
seem to cut us apart from others prove that we are connected. Take the little
articles in the corner of the newspaper: a person commits suicide by leaping to
|Hell is — other people!"(Ato Exit and Three Other Plays, trans. Stuart Gilbert, p. |
47). (5) In T. S. Eliot's The Cocktail Party a hollow socialite cries out: "Hell is
oneself, / Hell is alone, the other figures in it / merely projections" (Act I, scene 3).
|RUTH. I had a thought the other day. JACK. Think it for me. RUTH. Didn't |
somebody say, "Hell is other people"...? JACK. Sartre the Fartre. RUTH. Hell isn't
other people. Hell is remembering other people. JACK. I don't quite follow you,