The Book of Disquiet - Sections 184 - 221 Summary & Analysis

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Sections 184 - 221 Summary

After a depressing look at this life in Section 184, Soares follows with Section 187 where he indicates that life is best if it is not thought about. He writes that if more people thought about life, they would end their own lives as a result of the fears that these thoughts arouse. Soares writes in Section 190 about the liberating affect changing one's schedule has on the spirit. In Section 191, Soares writes about the future in which others may actually read and enjoy his book. He believes this will give him a family even though he will not be alive to associate with these new "family" members. In this section, Soares writes that he hopes most for understanding from future generations.

In Section 193, Soares writes that he has witnessed the downfall of his own life. He explains that he feels as if fate...

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