The Book of Disquiet - The Book of Disquiet Summary & Analysis

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In the opening section of his Disquiet Anthology, Soares attempts to give advice to women whom he describes as being unhappily married. Although he suggests that these women should not do anything immoral, he indicates there are ways to cheat on a husband without being immoral. In the second part of this section, Soares describes how these women can cheat on their husbands in their minds. Also in this section, Soares suggests to women that a husband must get angry every once in a while. For this reason, he supplies his female readers with ways to anger their husbands.

In "The Art of Effective Dreaming (I)," Soares tells his readers how to become successful dreamers. Soares indicates that the most difficult part of dreaming is the requirement that the dreamer be passive. While attempting to dream, Soares instructs his students to...

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