AP Reading List – Book-A-Day: No Exit

No Exit by Jean-Paul Sartre explores human relations and is our choice for today's #Book-A-Day reading suggestion.Author:  Jean Paul Sartre

Category:  Fiction

Overview: Sartre explores the afterlife.

What they’re saying in the Prepwise staff room:

Chris: “Hell is other people, especially if you are locked in a room with them forever.  Opaque and difficult to read, but deeply profound about how we all interact with each other.”

Ethan: “The most famous line in No Exit aptly describes high school for many students, “hell is other people.” However, Jean Paul Sartre’s play goes much deeper than that single line to look at nature of human interaction.”

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