In this work, the main character, Lucien, is transformed from a doting mama's boy to a "leader" who finds his identity as such in French antiSemitism. [...] in this story, we are provided with a fictional counterpart to Anti-Semite and Jew, Sartre's famed work on anti-Semitism in France.
THE FAILURE OF HATE: LOVE, HATE, AND HOPE IN JEAN-PAUL SARTRE Christina Smerick Philosophy Today; Winter 2009; 53, 4;
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