Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Jean-Paul Sartre" by Thomas Flynn

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For a complete annotated bibliography of Sartre's works see Michel Contat and Michel Rybalka (eds.), The Writings of Jean-Paul Sartre (Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 1973), updated in Magazine littéraire 103–4 (1975), pp. 9–49, and by Michel Sicard in Obliques, 18–19 (May 1979), pp. 331–47. Michel Rybalka and Michel Contat have complied an additional bibliography of primary and secondary sources published since Sartre's death in Sartre: Bibliography, 1980–1992 (Bowling Green, OH: Philosophy Documentation Center; Paris: CNRS Editions, 1993).

Primary Sources: Works by Sartre

  • 1962, Transcendence of the Ego, tr. Forrest Williams and Robert Kirkpatrick , New York: Noonday Press, [1936–37].
  • 1948, The Emotions. Outline of a Theory, tr. Bernard Frechtman, New York: Philosophical Library, [1939].
  • 1948, Being and Nothingness, tr. Hazel E. Barnes, New York: Philosophical Library, [1943].
  • 1948, Anti-Semite and Jew, tr. George J. Becker, New York: Schocken. Reprinted with preface by Michael Walzer, 1997 [1946].
  • 1962, “Materialism and Revolution,” in Literary and Philosophical Essays, tr. Annette Michelson, New York: Crowell-Collier, [1946]. (Scholar)
  • 1968, The Communists and Peace, with A Reply to Claude Lefort, tr. Martha H. Fletcher and Philip R. Berk respectively, New York: George Braziller, [1952].
  • 1968, Search for a Method, tr. Hazel E. Barnes, New York: Random House, Vintage Books, [1958].
  • 1959, Between Existentialism and Marxism, (essays and interviews, -70), tr. John Mathews, London: New Left Books, 1974.
  • 1976, Critique of Dialectical Reason, vol. 1, Theory of Practical Ensembles, tr. Alan Sheridan-Smith, London: New Left Books. Reprinted in 2004, forward by Fredric Jameson. London: Verso. [1960]. (Scholar)
  • 1964, The Words, trans. Bernard Frechtman, New York: Braziller, [1964].
  • 1981–93, The Family Idiot, tr. Carol Cosman 5 vols., Chicago: University of Chicago Press, [1971–72].
  • 1976, Sartre on Theater, ed. Michel Contat and Michel Rybalka, New York: Pantheon.
  • 1977, Life/Situations: Essays Witten and Spoken, tr. P. Auster and L. Davis, New York: Pantheon.
  • 1988, What is Literature? And Other Essays, [including Black Orpheus] tr. Bernard Frechtman et al., intro. Steven Ungar, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, [title essay 1947, Les Temps modernes, and 1948, Situations II] (Scholar)
  • 1996, Hope, Now: The 1989 Interviews tr. Adrian van den Hoven, intro. Ronald Aronson. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, [1980]. (Scholar)
  • 1992, Notebook for an Ethics, tr. David Pellauer, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, [1983].
  • 1984, The War Diaries, tr. Quentin Hoare,New York: Pantheon, [1983].
  • 1993, Quiet Moments in a War. The Letters of Jean-Paul Sartre to Simone de Beauvoir, 1940–1963, ed.. Simone de Beauvoir, tr. and intro. Lee Fahnestock and Norman MacAfee. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, [1983].
  • 1991, Critique of Dialectical Reason, vol. 2, The Intelligibility of History, tr. Quintin Hoare, London: Verso, Reprinted 2006, forward by Frederic Jameson, London: Verso, [1985 unfinished]. (Scholar)
  • 1992, Truth and Existence, tr. Adrian van den Hoven, intro. Ronald Aronson. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, [1989].
  • 2001, Colonialism and Neocolonialism, tr. Azzedine Haddout, Steve Brewer and Terry McWilliams, London: Routledge, [1964].
  • 2002, The Imaginary, tr. Jonathan Webber, London: Routledge, [1940].
  • 2007, Existentialism is a Humanism, tr. Carol Macomber, New Haven: Yale, [1946].

Selected Secondary Sources

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