In 1964, the Swedish Academy awarded its Nobel Prize for Literature to Jean-Paul Sartre, but the latter refused the prize, not wanting to be beholden to any social institution and thus risk his independence. Nausea (1938) is Sartre's most famous novel, an indispensable link in the path from the 19th-century Balzac novel to the new 20th-century novel.
|Title in Armenian||Ժան Պոլ Սարտր - Սրտխառնոց|
|Printing||Black & White|
|Size||14.5 x 21 cm|
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