NAUSEA

I first read Jean Paul Sartre’s Nausea for an Existentialism class in my second or third year at university. It stood out the most out of the all other works for the same class, and I would say that, for me, it is what defines Existentialist thinking. I’ve re-read it many times since then, and it is, in fact, the one that helped explain my own restlessness and move me to start this blog. One of my all-time favorites.

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