The Book of Disquiet - Sections 261 - 301 Summary & Analysis

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Sections 261 - 301 Summary

In Section 261, Soares writes that his affections are generally only on the surface similar to that of an actor but sincere. In Section 263, Soares attempts to analyze the symptoms of his tedium. He indicates that there is no pattern to his tedium since it occurs unexpectedly. He also writes that the tedium does not seem to be associated with his state of health or any other condition of his physical body. Soares writes about several different things that might account for his feelings of tedium. However, he does not arrive at a single conclusion that describes what he feels and experiences during these times in his life.

In Section 266, Soares writes about a memory of a girl in the apartment above him who used to play scales on the piano. Although he never knew the girl, he states how different she...

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