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In No Exit, how are the following philosophical topics represented in the play: time, death,...

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In No Exit, how are the following philosophical topics represented in the play: time, death, existence, freedom, and individuality?

No Exit

No Exit is a play written by Jean-Paul Sartre in 1944. The existential play focuses on three characters who find themselves in a mysterious room, waiting for eternity in a perceived afterlife.

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In No Exit, time is represented as moving at a different pace. One character describes his wife as dying just a month ago, but also as "just...

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