Definition of de Beauvoir, Simone in English:

de Beauvoir, Simone

Syllabification: de Beau·voir, Simone
Pronunciation: /də bōˈvwär, də ˈbōˌvwär
( 1908–86), French existentialist philosopher, novelist, and feminist. Her best-known work is The Second Sex (1949), a central book of the “second wave” of feminism. She was closely associated with Jean-Paul Sartre.

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