The Book of Disquiet - Sections 109 - 150 Summary & Analysis

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Sections 109 - 150 Summary

In Section 109, Soares describes an approaching storm. In Section 110, he writes about the way in which his dream life extends from his time of sleep to his waking hours. He indicates that anytime he is not actively interacting with other people, he is dreaming. In Section 111, Soares addresses the idea of romantic love. Soares states that he believes the idea of romantic love has been fashioned by the ideas of Christianity. He also compares love to a suit of clothes that will eventually wear out and show what is really beneath the clothes. Therefore, he believes that those who participate in romantic love put themselves on a path of disillusionment. Soares builds on this idea in Section 112 by stating that people love only their concept of other people, not the actual person.

In Section 116, Soares writes that he believes that writing...

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