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Nausea

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2003

    The all-pervasive truth of existence, Nausea

    An amazing work of art that transforms the very heart of life. Sartre brilliantly paints a picture of man taken to his simplest form, of a man conscious of his existence and searching for his very essence, only to find the horrific and obscure truth of life; that being that we exist, nothing else, at the culmination of his journey. Yes, in this moment I exist; I breathe in and out, transformed upon the expulsion of that very breath. Still, I exist, even though I am never truly myself again, that which I was now different and lost in the past: a being irrelevant in the ever-changing present. We struggle, desire, to be more, but still, we, like the trees, the rocks, and everything else, exist, living within this absurdity, this nothingness that envelops all. In fact, I am this nothingness but, at the same time, I am everything, for nothing exists without the qualifcation of its existence. I am everything and nothing, yet both at the same time, paradoxically speaking. This, is the truth of Sartre, and, 'Some of these days/ You'll miss me honey,' for now, I shall never be the same. Pure brilliance!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2010

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    good enough to steal.

    I haven't had the opportunity to read this book yet, despite the fact I ordered it, and received it in December. I let my brother barrow it since i was still reading another book. I never got my book back! He loved this book SO much that he would not part with it and bought me a new copy. He is currently rereading the book for the 3rd time. This is impressive for a book I bought on a whim and knew next to nothing about.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 15, 2007

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    Nausea is the coolest Book ever!

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