- Words: 1323
- Length: 4 Pages
- Topic: Mythology - Religion
- Paper #: 87455811
Upon entering a place that appears to be hell, though it looks oddly like a coldly modern, windowless hotel, each of Sartre's characters expects to be tortured for his or her supposed sins. The wait; however, turns out not to be for the arrival of some "other," but rather the discovery that one's own self, and one's fellow human beings, perform the job perfectly well.
Garcin, like Judas, is consumed