The Book of Disquiet - Sections 437 - 455 Summary & Analysis

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Sections 437 - 455 Summary

In Section 439, Soares describes a Sunday that he spends writing. He tells his reader that as well as it being a physical Sunday, it is also a Sunday in his soul. In Section 442, Soares writes about a night when he is unable to sleep and yet feels sleepy. He reads some of the pages of the book he is writing. He states that in his book he resembles himself more than he would like to believe that he does. Soares describes himself as a rainy day. In Section 443, Soares writes that although he appears to be outwardly calm, he has both hell and heaven inside of him.

Section 445 once again addresses Soares disease of tedium. Although he believes most people believe that tedium is related to a lack of something productive to do, Soares argues that tedium is actually a disease...

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