What about love and attraction in this play?
I really think Sartre make a lot of good points on the fickle nature of human desire and attraction. Why does attraction get sparked? Can people control their attractions? Can they ignore their attractions? What causes people to "settle" for others?
Some quotes I liked concerning this topoic are :
"I shan't love you; I know you too well."
"Come to me Estelle. You shall be whatever you like... and deep down in my eyes you'll see yourself just as you want to be."
"If you'll only will it hard enough, I dare say we can really love each other"
"Love's a grand solace, isn't it, my friend?"
Are any of these comments true? Are all of these comments true?
Has any body seen the movie "Rules of Attraction"? No Exit reminded me a lot in some ways of that movie