The Book of Disquiet - Sections 382 - 436 Summary & Analysis

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Sections 382 - 436 Summary

In Section 385, Soares describes a hazy day in which the air seemed filled with a fog similar to smoke. At the conclusion of this section, Soares describes his feelings of tedium as similar to this fog, being definitely present but hard to describe. In Section 387, Soares describes himself as a decadent. He explains that the qualities present in a decadent individual make him want to express himself. In Section 391, Soares wonders why the only things that people know for certain are things that are not important in terms of life. In this way, he compares people to animals who simply live their lives without ever knowing why they were put on Earth in the first place.

In Section 398, Soares writes about a knowledge he has that nothing will ever turn out favorably for him or people like him. Soares writes that...

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