"If we're celebrating Simone de Beauvoir, it's because she had the enormous courage to live in a free, open relationship in 1929, to talk about the female condition in ways that had never been done before," says U.S. scholar Hazel Rowley, author of a study of the Beauvoir-Sartre relationship.
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