The Book of Disquiet - Sections 222 - 260 Summary & Analysis

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Sections 222 - 260 Summary

In Sections 222, 223, and 224, Soares writes about a storm and the feelings that rain evokes for him. He states the rain makes him want to sleep. In Section 225, Soares describes a sunset. He indicates that the beauty of this sunset makes him wish that he had the "gift of ruthless self-expression" (Loc 3847.) In Section 229, Soares states that reading is a way to dream but that this dream is guided by another person. In Section 230, Soares writes that he believes that art, like dreams, can be used as a substitute for life. In this same section, Soares makes the statement that there are two types of artists. One type of expression comes from what the artist does not have. The other type comes from the excess of what the artist had at one time. In Section 231, Soares writes that the only poems of...

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