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Nausea is both the story of the troubled life of a young writer, Antoine Roquentin, and an exposition of one of the most influential and significant philosophical attitudes of modern times - existentialism. The book chronicles his struggle with the realisation that he is an entirely free agent in a world devoid of meaning; a world in which he must find his own purpose and then take total responsibility for his choices. A seminal work of contemporary literary philosophy, Nausea evokes and examines the dizzying angst that can come from simply trying to live.

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780141194844
Number of pages: 252
Weight: 157 g
Dimensions: 179 x 110 x 22 mm

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“Enjoyable and deep at the same time!”

NAUSEA is a key text in the existentialist canon; the ideas of this school of thought, Sartre believed, could be best conveyed in fiction, using examples and characters to demonstrate his theories, and this book does... More

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