During the late Modernist and Postmodernist periods, the arts and letters have addressed the concepts of human freedom, equality, and responsibility in various ways. Discuss how Sartre’s Existentialism (Fiero 425-427), King’s Letter from Birmingham Jail (Fiero 451-453), and Neshat’s Rebellious Silence (Fiero 513) address questions of freedom. Do they share common themes and concerns about how freedom can be more completely realized in a changing world? How do their ideas about freedom differ? How do these ideas reflect the concept of the Postmodern?