By Andrew N Leak
Sexuality is a topic in Sartre's literary writings and in his philosophical works. Many critics imagine, or imagine, that those representations of sexuality supplement one another. Andrew Leak means that this isn't the case. He analyzes Sartre's representational ideas, tracing his ambivalent courting to Freudian psychoanalysis throughout the improvement of his thought of sexuality. the image that emerges is that of a stress among a robust, wakeful will to precise and the insistence of a middle of subconscious "scenarios". Sartre's texts are noticeable to be marked through disruption and deviation. Leak sees this fight in the texts as finally optimistic: the Sartrean textual content is not anything if now not the effective interweaving of the strands of unsleeping and subconscious determinants right into a complete which is rarely whole.