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Authenticity in "The Wall"

Summary: This essay is about Jean-Paul Sartre's "The Wall" and how the character, Pablo, must make life-threatening decisions and become his own person in order to survive in the harsh reality that he is living. Describes how attempts to be authentic emerge in "The Wall" and define whether someone exists as genuine and real.
Authenticity exists for the human being to obtain; yet it is a very rare accomplishment. Attempts to be authentic emerge in "The Wall" and define whether someone exists as genuine and real. In Jean-Paul Sartre's "The Wall," Pablo must make life-threatening decisions and become his own person in order to survive. He cannot rely on others to do help him through his pain. Pablo's situation suggests the steps that should be taken to gain authenticity. Pablo strives for this authenticity but goes through devastating struggles along his journey.

Pablo Ibbieta, who is captured during the Spanish Civil war for his relation to Ramon Gris, an anarchist rebelling the war, seems to be a calm and laidback man. He does not worry about the future outcome of his situation. Pablo does not react like the others because he thinks on his own and does not...

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