The Book of Disquiet - Sections 302 - 341 Summary & Analysis

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Sections 302 - 341 Summary

Soares begins Section 302 by writing about the vivid nature of his ability to think about two things at once. He goes on to describe how he can be doing his job and at the same time be dreaming about being on a passenger ship at the same time. In Section 305, Soares describes himself as a parasite who feeds off of others' thoughts, emotions, and experiences. In Section 309, Soares writes about the increasing habit of women to care more about what they look like that anything else. He indicates this habit causes women to be more decorative than they are living creatures.

In Section 311, Soares writes about the way in which the lifestyles of the common man makes him physically sick. In Section 312, however, Soares writes that it is these common people that he meets each day that make up his life...

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