Djamila boupacha simone de beauvoir
Djamila Boupacha by Simone de Beauvoir (3 star ratings)Simone de Beauvoir was a French author and philosopher. She wrote novels, monographs on philosophy, political and social issues, essays, biographies, and an autobiography. She is now best known for her metaphysical novels, including She Came to Stay and The Mandarins, and for her 1949 treatise The Second Sex, a detailed analysis of womens oppression and a foundational tract of contemporary feminism.
Simone de Beauvoir est nee a Paris le 9 janvier 1908. Elle fit ses etudes jusquau baccalaureat dans le tres catholique cours Desir. Agregee de philosophie en 1929, elle enseigna a Marseille, a Rouen et a Paris jusquen 1943. Cest LInvitee (1943) quon doit considerer comme son veritable debut litteraire. Viennent ensuite Le sang des autres (1945), Tous les hommes sont mortels (1946), Les Mandarins (prix Goncourt 1954), Les Belles Images (1966) et La Femme rompue (1968).
Simone de Beauvoir a ecrit des memoires ou elle nous donne elle-meme a connaitre sa vie, son ?uvre. Lampleur de lentreprise autobiographique trouve sa justification, son sens, dans une contradiction essentielle a lecrivain : choisir lui fut toujours impossible entre le bonheur de vivre et la necessite decrire ; dune part la splendeur contingente, de lautre la rigueur salvatrice. Faire de sa propre existence lobjet de son ecriture, cetait en partie sortir de ce dilemme.
Outre le celebre Deuxieme sexe (1949) devenu louvrage de reference du mouvement feministe mondial, l?uvre theorique de Simone de Beauvoir comprend de nombreux essais philosophiques ou polemiques.
Apres la mort de Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir a publie La Ceremonie des adieux (1981) et les Lettres au Castor (1983) qui rassemblent une partie de labondante correspondance quelle recut de lui. Jusquau jour de sa mort, le 14 avril 1986, elle a collabore activement a la revue fondee par Sartre et elle-meme, Les Temps Modernes, et manifeste sous des formes diverses et innombrables sa solidarite avec le feminisme.
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Simone de Beauvoir, - Simone de Beauvoir was born January 9, in Paris, France to a respected bourgeois family. Her father was a lawyer, her mother a housewife, and together they raised two daughters to be intelligent, inquisitive individuals. It was there that she met the man who would become her life long friend and companion, John Paul Sartre, who contributed to her philosophy of life. She is perhaps best know for her novel entitled "The Second Sex", which describes the ideal that women are an indescribable "other", something "made, not born", and a declaration of feminine independence. After graduating from the Sorbonne, de Beauvoir went on to teach Latin at Lycee Victor Duruy, philosophy at a school in Marseilles, and a few other teaching positions before coming to teach at the Sorbonne.
Djamila Boupacha is a former militant from the Algerian National Liberation Front. She was Halimi and Simone de Beauvoir wrote a book entitled Djamila Boupacha, with the subtitle The Story of the Torture of a Young Algerian Girl which.
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She was arrested in for attempting to bomb a cafe in Algiers. Boupacha was sentenced to death on June 29, , but was given amnesty under the Evian Accords and later freed on 21 April Boupacha worked as an auxiliary nurse, born to an uneducated but French-speaking father and a mother who did not speak French. On 10 February , French troops raided Boupacha's household and arrested her, her father, and her brother-in-law. They were taken to a military barracks at El Biar where they were beaten and interrogated. The torture included brutal sexual violence. Torture was a common experience for women who were arrested in this conflict, and rape was systematically used to terrorize and shame the Algerian community.