The Book of Disquiet - Sections 41 - 70 Summary & Analysis

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Sections 41 - 70 Summary

In Section 42, Soares describes how he believes people should groom their destiny and their lives the same way that they do with their bodies. He believes people do not change their lives, even if they are repulsed by these lives, because this repulsion keeps them from making any moves. In Section 44, Soares attempts to write about a lapse of attention that he sometimes suffers from. He describes this phenomenon as an unpleasant drunkenness. In Sections 48 and 49, Soares writes about the influence of others on his process of thinking. He indicates that being around other people and talking to them makes him tired. In Section 50, Soares writes about a visit to a friend in the country. He notes that he dislikes the country and would rather be in the city.

Soares writes in section 53 that romanticism is the result of the disappearance...

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