Book Club: All Men Are Mortal, by Simone de Beauvoir

Join the free book club organized by VOX Delft, SG, Hesiodos magazine, and the TUD Library!

Over the next few weeks (leading up to the 26th of April), we’ll be reading All Men Are Mortal, a metaphysical novel by Simone de Beauvoir. Written in 1946, it follows the life of a protagonist who is immortal. The book deals with themes like existentialism, authenticity, meaning, and personal freedom. Join us on Tuesday, April 26th, in an informal conversation about the book’s themes together.

Register here for this book club session (free)We have ten free copies of the book to give away to the lucky few! (We’ll chose 10 random names and notify them by email)

For the rest of us there are eBooks, audiobooks, and hardcopies available at (online) retailers.

Simone de Beauvoir, 1908-1986, French existentialist philosopher, writer, social theorist, and feminist activist

Something to get you started:

The painting is a still life by Harmen Steenwyck, Delft-born painter from the 17th century
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