Wanda Kosakiewicz

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Wanda Kosakiewicz (1917 ; 1989), French theatre actress in the 1940s, was one of Jean-Paul Sartre's love interests and Olga Kosakiewicz's sister. Sartre wrote that she was one of the reasons that his friendship with Albert Camus went sour.[1] Her relations with both rival philosophers featured in the book The Boxer and the Goalkeeper by Andy Martin (Simon & Schuster, 2012); she appears as Wanda in Lettres à Sartre, and Tania in Lettres au Castor.[2]

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