- Huis Clos is arguably Sartre's best play and has enjoyed wide popularity since its first performance in Paris in 1944.
- Its success, is to a great extent due to its dramatic qualities; anyone can appreciate the highly-charged atmosphere of this representation of hell.
- It also give compelling expression to some of Sartre's existentialist ideas.
- This edition contains an introduction by Keith Gore that situates the play in the context of its time and Sartre's career.
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