"The Wall" by Jean Paul Sartre's
Regardless of a student's academic abilities, there always seems to be a struggle to achieve. Jean Paul Sartre's "The Wall" is about a different kind of struggle - the struggle to accept the worst fate, death. Although it would seem difficult to compare these two different struggles, they are actually quite similar. The following paper will outline the comparisons I have made in greater detail.
There are four main characters in "The Wall". I have chosen to view the Doctor (or the Belgian) as the teacher figure. …
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