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  • (1852) Biography (of Jean Genet): "Saint Genet: Actor and Martyr"
  • (1966) Book: "Situations," translated from the French by Benita Eisler. Greenwich, CT: A Fawcett Crest Book.
  • (1962) Book: "Literary and Philosophical Essays," translated from the French by Annette Michelson. New York: Collier Books.
  • (1965) Book: "The Psychology of the Imagination." New York: The Citadel Press.
  • (1968) Book: "Search for a Method," translated from the French and with an Introduction by Hazel E. Barnes. New York: Vintage Books.
  • Novel. "Nausea," translated from the French by Lloyd Alexander, introduction by Hayden Carruth. New York: New Directions Books.
  • (1956) Book: "Being and Nothingness: An Essay on Phenomenological Ontology," translated and with an introduction by Hazel E. Barnes. New York: Philosophical Library.
  • Fiction trilogy. "Roads to Freedom." First novel, "The Age of Reason," translated from the French by Eric Sutton. New York: Bantam Books. 1959. Second novel, "The Reprieve," translated from the French by Eric Sutton. New York: Vintage Books. 1973. Third novel, "Troubled Sleep," translated from the French by Gerard Hopkins. New York: Vintage Books. 1973
  • (1955) Stage: His play, "The Respectable Prostitute," was performed at the Nottingham Playhouse in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England with Brenda Saunders, Derek Godfrey, Harold Innocent, and John Nettleton in the cast. Kay Gardner was director.
  • (1957) Stage: His play, "Nekrassov," was performed at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England with Robert Helpmann, Harry H. Corbett, Ronald Barker, Jane Downs, and John Wood in the cast. George Devine was director.
  • (1961) Stage: His play, "Altona," was performed at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England with Claire Bloom, Basil Sydney, Kenneth Haigh, Diane Cilento, Nigel Stock and Julian Glover in the cast. John Berry was director. Sean Kenny was designer.
  • (1975) Book: "Between Marxism and Existentialism" (translated from the French by John Matthews). New York: Pantheon
  • Playwright: "No Exit"
  • (1946) His play, "Vicious Circle (Huis Clos)," was performed at the Arts Theatre Club in London, England with Alec Guinness, Donald Pleasance, and Beatrix Lehmann in the cast. Peter Brook was director. Rolf Gerard was designer.
  • (August 1990) His play, "Kean," was adapted by Frank Hauser at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Derek Jacobi, Eleanor David, Nicholas Farrell, Ian McNeice, Sarah Woodward, Kate Duchene, Christopher Luscombe, and Tim Wallers in the cast. Sam Mendes was director.
  • (1971) His play, "Kean," was performed at the Globe Theatre in London, England with Alan Badel, Felicity Kendal, Philip Voss, Ken Wynne, and Roderick Horn in the cast. Frank Hauser was director.
  • (1984) His play, "The Devil and The Good Lord," was performed at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Arthur Cox, Stephen Boxer, John Moreno, Julia McCarthy, Simon Ward, Sean Baker, Gerard Murphy, Veronica Duffy, and Sally Thompson in the cast. John Dexter was director.
  • (2010 - 2011) His play, "No Exit," was performed at The Hypocrites Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Tom Burch was scenic designer. Jared Moore was lighting designer. Kevin O'Donnell was sound designer.
  • (2010 - 2011) His play, "No Exit," was translated by Paul Bowles in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Kim Collier was director.
  • (March 21 to April 26, 1981) His play, "Kean," was translated by Frank Hauser based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Martin Fried was director.
  • (November 11 to 28, 1965) His play, "No Exit," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with J.S. Johnson (Guard); John Seitz (Mr. Garcin); Pat Stewart (Inez) and Marguerite Tarrant (Estelle) in the cast. Ken Costigan was director.
  • (June 5 to 8, 1996) His play, "No Exit," was performed in a1995-1996 Apprentice/Intern Company Showcase production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with the 1995-1996 Acting Apprentice Company. Kim Levin was director.

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