Jean-Paul Sartre

Bibliography


Works in French
L’imagination. – Paris : Alcan, 1936
La nausée. – Paris : Gallimard, 1938
Esquisse d’une théorie des emotions. – Paris : Hermann, 1939
Le mur. – Paris : Gallimard, 1939
L’imaginaire : psychologie phénoménologique de l’imagination. – Paris : Gallimard, 1940
L’etre et le néant : Essai d’ontologie phénoménologique. – Paris : Gallimard, 1943
Les mouches. – Paris : Gallimard, 1943
L’age de raison. – Paris : Gallimard, 1945
Huis clos. – Paris : Gallimard, 1945
Le sursis. – Paris : Gallimard, 1945
L’existentialisme est un humanisme. – Paris : Nagel, 1946
Explication de L’étranger. – Paris : Aux dépens du Palimugre, 1946
Morts sans sépulture. – Lausanne : Marguerat, 1946
La putain respectueuse. – Paris : Nagel, 1946
Réflexions sur la question juive. – Paris : Morihien, 1946
Baudelaire, précédé d’une note de Michel Leiris. – Paris : Gallimard, 1947
L’homme et les choses. – Paris : Seghers, 1947
Les jeux sont faits. – Paris : Nagel, 1947
Situations, I. – Paris : Gallimard, 1947
Les mains sales. – Paris : Gallimard, 1948
Situations, II : qu’est-ce que la littérature? – Paris : Gallimard, 1948
Visages ; précédé de Portraits officiels. – Paris : Seghers, 1948
La mort dans l’âme. – Paris : Gallimard, 1949
Nourritures ; suivi d’extraits de La Nausée. – Paris : Damase, 1949
Situations, III. – Paris : Gallimard, 1949
Le Diable et le Bon Dieu. – Paris : Gallimard, 1951
Saint Genet, comédien et martyr. – Paris : Gallimard, 1952
Kean. – Paris : Gallimard, 1954
Critique de la raison dialectique. – T. 1. Théorie des ensembles pratiques. – Paris : Gallimard, 1960
Les séquestrés d’Altona. – Paris : Gallimard, 1960
Bariona, ou Le Fils du tonnerre. – Paris : Anjou-Copies, 1962
La transcendance de l’égo : esquisse d’une description phénoménologique. – Paris : Vrin, 1965
Les mots. – Paris : Gallimard, 1964
Situations, IV : portraits. – Paris : Gallimard, 1964
Situations, V : colonialisme et néo-colonialisme. – Paris : Gallimard, 1964
Situations, VI : problèmes du marxisme. – Paris : Gallimard, 1964
Situations, VII : problèmes du marxisme, II. – Paris : Gallimard, 1965
Les troyennes. – Paris : Gallimard, 1965
Les communistes ont peur de la révolution. – Paris : Didier, 1969
L’idiot de la famille : Gustave Flaubert de 1821-1857. – Paris : Gallimard, 1971-1972. – 3 vol.
Plaidoyer pour les intellectuels. – Paris : Gallimard, 1972
Situations, VIII : autour de 68. – Paris : Gallimard, 1972
Situations, IX : mélanges. – Paris : Gallimard, 1972
Un théâtre de situations. – Paris : Gallimard, 1973. – Rev. and enl. ed. 1992
Situations, X : Politique et autobiographie. – Paris : Gallimard, 1976
Oeuvres romanesques / éd. établie par Michel Contat et Michel Rybalka. – Paris : Gallimard, 1981
Cahiers pour une morale. – Paris : Gallimard, 1983
Les carnets de la drôle de guerre : Novembre 1939-mars 1940. – Paris : Gallimard, 1983
Le Scénario Freud. – Paris : Gallimard, 1984
Critique de la raison dialectique. – T. 2. L’intelligibilité de l’histoire / Sous la direction de Arlette Elkaïm-Sartre. – Paris : Gallimard, 1985
Mallarmé : la Lucidité et sa face d’ombre / sous la direction de Arlette Elkaïm-Sartre. – Paris : Gallimard, 1986
Vérité et existence / sous la direction de Arlette Elkaïm-Sartre. – Paris : Gallimard, 1989
 
Translations into English
The Age of Reason / translated by Eric Sutton. – New York : Knopf, 1947
The Reprieve / translated by Eric Sutton. – New York : Knopf, 1947
Existentialism / translated by Bernard Frechtman. – New York : Philosophical Library, 1947
The Flies ; and In Camera / translated by Stuart Gilbert. – London : Hamilton, 1946. – Republished as No Exit (Huis clos), a Play in One Act, and The Flies (Les Mouches), a Play in Three Acts. – New York : Knopf, 1947
Anti-Semite and Jew / translated by George J. Becker. – New York : Schocken, 1948
The Chips Are Down / translated by Louise Varèse. – New York : Lear, 1948
Portrait of the Anti-Semite / translated by Erik de Mauny. – London : Secker & Warburg, 1948
The Emotions : Outline of a Theory / translated by Bernard Frechtman. – New York : Philosophical Library, 1948
Existentialism and Humanism / translated by Philip Mairet. – London : Methuen, 1948
The Psychology of Imagination / translated by Bernard Frechtman. – New York : Philosophical Library, 1948
The Wall, and Other Stories / translated by Lloyd Alexander. – New York : New Directions, 1948. – Republished as Intimacy, and Other Stories. – New York : New Directions, 1948
Baudelaire / translated by Martin Turnell. – London : Horizon, 1949
Nausea / translated by Lloyd Alexander. – Norfolk, Conn. : New Directions, 1949. – Republished as The Diary of Antoine Roquentin. – London : Lehmann, 1949
Three Plays / translated by Lionel Abel. – New York : Knopf, 1949
Three Plays / translated by Kitty Black. – London : Hamilton, 1949
What is Literature? / translated by Bernard Frechtman. – New York : Philosophical Library, 1949
Iron in the Soul / translated by Gerard Hopkins. – London : Hamilton, 1950. – Republished as Troubled Sleep. – New York : Knopf, 1951
Existential Psychoanalysis / translated in part by Hazel E. Barnes. – New York : Philosophical Library, 1953
Literary and Philosophical Essays / translated by Annette Michelson. – New York : Criterion, 1955
Being and Nothingness : an Essay on Phenomenological Ontology / translated by Hazel E. Barnes. – New York : Philosophical Library, 1956
Literary Essays / translated by Annette Michelson. – 1957
Lucifer and the Lord / translated by Kitty Black. – London : Hamilton, 1952
Kean ; or, Disorder and Genius / translated by Kitty Black. – London : Hamilton, 1954
The Transcendence of the Ego : an Existentialist Theory of Consciousness / edited and translated by Forrest Williams and Robert Kirkpatrick. – New York : Noonday Press, 1957
Loser Wins / translated by Sylvia and George Leeson. – London : Hamilton, 1960. – Republished as The Condemned of Altona. – New York : Knopf, 1961
Imagination : a Psychological Critique / translated by Forrest Williams as. – Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, 1962
The Devil and the Good Lord, and Two Other Plays / translated by Kitty Black. – New York : Knopf, 1960
Saint Genet, Actor and Martyr / translated by Bernard Frechtman. – New York : Braziller, 1963
Search for a Method / translated by Hazel E. Barnes. – New York : Knopf, 1963
The Words / translated by Bernard Frechtman. – New York : Braziller, 1964
Words / translated by Irene Clephane. – London : Hamilton, 1964
Situations / translated by Benita Eisler. – New York : Braziller, 1965
The Ghost of Stalin / translated from the french by Martha H. Fletcher with the assistance of John R. Kleinschmidt. – New York : Braziller, 1968
The Trojan Women / translated by Ronald Duncan. – New York : Knopf, 1967
The Communists and Peace, with a Reply to Claude Lefort. – New York : Braziller, 1968
Between Existentialism and Marxism / translated by John Matthews. – London : NLB, 1974
Critique of Dialectical Reason : Theory of Practical Ensembles / translated by Alan Sheridan-Smith ; edited by Jonathan Rée. – London : NLB, 1976
Sartre on Theater / translated by Frank Jellinek. – London : Quartet, 1976
Life/Situations : Essays Written and Spoken / translated by Paul Auster and Lydia Davis. – New York : Pantheon, 1977
The Family Idiot: Gustave Flaubert, 1821-1857 / translated by Carol Cosman. – Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1981-1993. – 5 vol.
War Diaries of Jean-Paul Sartre : November 1939-March 1940 / translated by Quintin Hoare. – New York : Pantheon, 1984. – Republished as War Diaries : Notebooks from a Phoney War, November 1939-March 1940. – London : Verso, 1984
The Freud Scenario / translated by Quintin Hoare. – Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1985
Critique of Dialectical Reason. – Vol.2. The Intelligibility of History / translated by Quintin Hoare. – New York : Verso, 199
Notebooks for an Ethics / translated by David Pellauer. – Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1992
Truth and Existence / translated by Adrian van den Hoven ; edited by Ronald Aronson. – Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1992
Colonialism and Neocolonialism / translated by Azzedine Haddour, Steve Brewer, and Terry McWilliams. – New York : Routledge, 2001
 
Critical studies (a selection)
Beigbeder, Marc, L’homme Sartre : essai de dévoilement préexistentiel. – Paris : Bordas, 1947
Jeanson, Francis, Le problème moral et la pensée de Sartre. – Paris : Éditions du Myrte, 1947
Murdoch, Iris, Sartre : Romantic Rationalist. – Cambridge, 1953
Sartre : a Collection of Critical Essays. – Englewood Cliffs : Prentice-Hall, cop. 1962
Jameson, Fredric, Sartre : the Origins of a Style. – New Haven, 1961
Fell, Joseph P., Emotion in the Thought of Sartre. – New York, 1965
Suhl, Benjamin, Jean-Paul Sartre : the Philosopher as a Literary Critic. – Columbia U.P., 1970
McMahon, Joseph H., Humans Being : the World of Jean-Paul Sartre. – Chicago, 1971
Brée, Germaine, Camus and Sartre : Crisis and Commitment. – London : Calder & Boyars, 1974
Jeanson, Francis, Sartre dans sa vie. – Paris : Seuil, 1974
Goldthorpe, Rhiannon, Sartre : Literature and Theory. – Cambridge : Cambridge Univ. Press, 1984
Lilar, Suzanne, À propos de Sartre et de l’amour. – Paris : Gallimard, 1984
Lamouchi, Noureddine, Jean-Paul Sartre et le tiers monde : rhétorique d’un discours anticolonialiste. – Paris : Harmattan, 1996
Lévy, Bernard-Henri, Le siècle de Sartre : enquête philosophique. – Paris : Grasset, 2000
Cohen-Solal, Annie, Sartre : un penseur pour le XXIe siècle. – Paris : Gallimard, 2005
Rowley, Hazel, Tête-à-tête : Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre. – New York : HarperCollins, 2005

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