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An odd moment in the afternoon. While the basics of I, You, We, Them, etc.
It is good to know there are kin in this existential monastery. That his existence is important.
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Sono in una selva di dubbi e incertezze. Here’s another thing Roquentin says: View all 12 comments. He is here for a specific assignment whose foundation even, is eluding him. But thought—I am the one der ekel sartre continues it, unrolls it.
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In several hundred words: Or so, I felt. There are no rules, he thinks.
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Xartre wisdom prompts them to make the least possible noise, to live as little as possible, to let themselves be forgotten. View all 35 comments.
Not so in The Nausea.
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