The Book of Disquiet - Sections 151 - 184 Summary & Analysis

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Sections 151 - 184 Summary

In Section 151, Soares writes about the best ways to describe a moonlit night. Soares writes also that he astounds himself when he finishes a project. In Section 159, Soares writes that he has been in love twice. As a result of this experience, Soares decided that the women of his dreams are preferable to real women as they cannot embarrass or hurt his as real women can.

Soares makes a statement about revolution in Section 160. Soares believes that violence is an offensive form of human stupidity. Soares explains that he believes people revolt because they are unable to change their own attitudes. Therefore, they try to change others and the world. In Section 161, Soares writes that he is bothered and offended by the language of social responsibility.

Soares insists in Section 163 that it is only those who lack imagination who must experience...

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