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Jean-Paul Sartre, Nausea Quotes: "After all, she is lucky. I have been much too calm these past three years. I can receive nothing more from these tragic solitudes than a little empty purity. I leave."

After all, she is lucky. I have been much too calm these past three years. I can receive nothing more from these tragic solitudes than a little empty purity. I leave.




Jean-Paul Sartre, Nausea Quotes: "My odd feelings of the other week seem to me quite ridiculous today: I can no longer enter into them."

My odd feelings of the other week seem to me quite ridiculous today: I can no longer enter into them.



Jean-Paul Sartre, Nausea Quotes: "Perhaps it was a passing moment of madness after all. There is no trace of it any more. My odd feelings of the other week seem to me quite ridiculous today: I can no longer enter into them."

Perhaps it was a passing moment of madness after all. There is no trace of it any more. My odd feelings of the other week seem to me quite ridiculous today: I can no longer enter into them.



Jean-Paul Sartre, Nausea Quotes: "A little more and I would have fallen into the mirror trap. I avoided it, but only to fall into the window trap: with nothing to do, my arms dangling, I go over to the window."

A little more and I would have fallen into the mirror trap. I avoided it, but only to fall into the window trap: with nothing to do, my arms dangling, I go over to the window.




Jean-Paul Sartre, Nausea Quotes: "He takes a few dazed steps, the waiters turn out the lights and he slips into unconsciousness: when this man is lonely he sleeps."

He takes a few dazed steps, the waiters turn out the lights and he slips into unconsciousness: when this man is lonely he sleeps.



Jean-Paul Sartre, Nausea Quotes: "So you realized that there were always women in tears, or a red-headed man, or something else to spoil your effects?""Yes, naturally."

So you realized that there were always women in tears, or a red-headed man, or something else to spoil your effects?""Yes, naturally.



Jean-Paul Sartre, Nausea Quotes: "People. You must love people. Men are admirable. I wantto vomit—and suddenly, there it is: the Nausea"

People. You must love people. Men are admirable. I wantto vomit—and suddenly, there it is: the Nausea




Jean-Paul Sartre, Nausea Quotes: "This instant which I cannot leave, which locks me in and limits me on every side, this instant I am made of will be no more than a confused dream."

This instant which I cannot leave, which locks me in and limits me on every side, this instant I am made of will be no more than a confused dream.