1. French feminist and existentialist and novelist (1908-1986)
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How To Use Beauvoir In A Sentence

  • Simone de Beauvoir jump-started the feminist movement with a book titled The Second Sex.
  • As the French feminist Simone de Beauvoir put it: ‘Sade's perverse bucolics have the grim austerity of a nudist colony.’
  • A vital and life-changing work that has dramatically revised the way women talk and think about themselves, Beauvoir's magisterial treatise continues to provoke and inspire.
  • Simone de Beauvoir brought to our knowledge the recognition of the distorted situation of women.
  • That kind of freewheeling, unashamedly hearty sexual appetite and success has been the role model ever since ... well, ever since Simone de Beauvoir, whose nude photo (back view) is on the cover of this week's Nouvel Observateur. Sarkozy in Love
  • I started work on Simone de Beauvoir because she is the greatest feminist thinker of the twentieth century.
  • One of the things I inferred from the article was that the author felt that de Beauvoir was somehow living the open relationship because it was what Sartre wanted, subsuming her own desires and mores to his, as it were.
  • If you want to be a feminist intellectual, you have to study Simone de Beauvoir.
  • The back cover of Dancing with de Beauvoir claims, rather opportunistically, that it is ‘a book for anyone who has ever fallen in love with France and wondered why’.
  • Simone de Beauvoir's novel is a kind of Philosophical Novel and Theoretical Novel, which is provided with the function of arguing and conveying philosophy thoughts.
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