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R. Crumb Illustrates Jean-Paul Sartre's Nausea: Existentialism Meets Underground Comics | Open Culture Alternative Comics, Robert Crumb Art, Fritz The Cat, R Crumb, Underground Comix, Robert Crumb, Jean Paul Sartre, Visual Artist, Graphic Novel

R. Crumb Illustrates Jean-Paul Sartre’s Nausea: Existentialism Meets Underground Comics

Sartre’s novel Nausea introduced his philosophical view as a form of illness to a WWII readership. “Nausea is existence revealing itself—and experience is not pleasant to see,” he wrote in his own summary of his first book, published in 1938.

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