The Book of Disquiet - Sections 342 - 381 Summary & Analysis

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Sections 342 - 381 Summary

Soares describes his life as a ball of tangled yarn in Section 342. He writes that he because he dreams so often, he is never sure if he is awake or asleep. In Section 343, Soares expresses the desire to have been the owner of a harem. In Section 344, Soares writes about his future wife. Soares writes first that he hopes that she will be sterile and later, that he never has a wife at all. In Section 347, which is entitled "A Letter Not to Post," Soares seems to be declaring his love to some lady. He follows up in Section 348 by reminding his readers that he finds the affection of others more oppressive than anything else, including hate.

In Section 349, Soares suggests to his readers that if they feel they must disclose information about themselves to others, they should disclose information that...

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