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The Wall

by Jean-Paul Sartre

Genre:
Philosophy
Published:
1939
Pages:
183
Est. Read Time:
3 hours

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Our Summary of The Wall by Jean-Paul Sartre

Pablo, Tom, and Juan are three men imprisoned for their crimes. In The Wall by Jean-Paul Sartre, each man has committed a different crime against the other side in the middle of a war. When the news comes that all three men can expect to be executed the next day, there is some surprise. Pablo and Tom expected that their crimes would lead to their deaths. Juan, however, did not. Pablo was actively fighting against the Falangists when he was captured. There were many others captured with him that day. Tom was also working against the Falangists as part of the International Brigade. Juan's crime is to have the misfortune of being the brother of someone working against the Falangists.

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