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La nausée - Jean-Paul Sartre
La nausée
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Sartre's famous work examining existence and man's place here. Enlightening...
Sartre's famous work examining existence and man's place here. Enlightening...
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9782070368051 (207036805X)
Publisher: Editions Gallimard
Pages no: 250
Edition language: French
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Philosophical Musings of a Book Nerd
Philosophical Musings of a Book Nerd rated it
4.5 Diary of a Loner
I was originally going to read this book when I was in Paris, however I had only just finished reading a collection of Satre's plays and there were a couple of other books that had caught my attention beforehand (such as [author:Hemmingway]), so I decided to put it down for a while. Mind you, consid...
Jenny's Book Bag
Jenny's Book Bag rated it
3.0 Nausea
I liked some of it, but then I lost interest.
Jenny's Book Bag
Jenny's Book Bag rated it
3.0 Nausea
I liked some of it, but then I lost interest.
Diocletian
Diocletian rated it
This novel is basically a fictional journal of a man suffering from extreme depression, anxiety, and alienation because of a major problem in his life. That major problem in his life is life itself, or existence. The main character in this novel does not have anything terribly wrong with his life, e...
Your Asthma
Your Asthma rated it
Nausea is basically about a historian who becomes increasingly nauseated by his existence but decides to muddle on. Reading the first half of Nausea feels like that. You just muddle on. The second half does get better and I do like the part about the chestnut tree, but I think Nausea is just one of ...
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