Simone at Home

Author: Rita Anderson

Simone at Home

Description: An exploration of the complex private life of Simone De Beauvoir, and the contradictions between her philosophies and politics as played out in her relationships with Jean-Paul Sartre—and with American-novelist, Nelson Algren.
Year Written/Copyrighted: 2015
Date Added: 3/9/2015
Content Advisory: Adult situations and sexual suggestion—but no nudity or strong language
1 Act, 30 Minutes
4 Females, 2 Males

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Keywords: Art and Artists · Biographies · Brechtian · Drama · Feminism · Gay and Lesbian · Gender and Sexuality · Gender Identity · God · Historical · Literature and Writing · Many Locations · Mostly Female Characters · Philosophy · Politics · Postmodern · Romance · Sex · Social Issues · The Theatre · Women · Working

This play is in the following collections: Women 365 Project