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Information Packed Resumé With Some Reflections Over Jean Paul Sarte's Book "La Nausée"

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La nausèe est le premier livre de Jean Paul Sartre. Le plan fictional est que les notes d'un certain Antoine Roquentin son trouvés parmis ses travaux et son publicés après sa mort. Pour ganger sa vie, il fait de la recherche sur le marquis de Rollebon. Le livre entier est ecrit somme des notes de qouis ce passe le long de ses jours. Des titre comme 'Lundi', 'neuf heurs du matin' et 'deux heurs plus tard' son des titres commun et loevre entier est ecrit dans la premiêre personne du singulier.Un beau jour Roquentin se trouve sur la plage regardant quelques gamins jouer. Tout d'un coup il se sent terriblement degouté. Dans les notes procahines il raconte que quelque chose c'est passé, mai il ne sais pas qoui. Pour la première fois dans ...view middle of the document...

Roquentin demande au garçon de jouer son disque préféré, et, soudain il se sent planit de joie.Roquentin passe ses jour à pensé, il pense à sa vie et ce qu'il a fait. Il se sent triste par ce que il na pas d'aventure dans sa vie, tous les jours son les même. Le même jour il reçoit une letter de Anny une fille qu'il n'a pas vu depuis six ans. Ellevut qu'il vienne la voir a Paris. Roquentin devin un peut déprimé et troublé, il pense tant qu'il ne peut pas travailler. Son existance lui trouble, le present est la suele chose qui est la veritée, et le présent est contant, le passé n'éxiste pas alors son travail n'a auqun d'importance. Après ceci, il commence a pensé a 'cogito ergo sum'(=je pense, c' est pouqoi j'existe). Il dit que la réalitée est causé par rien et pour auqune réson. C'est un peut complique de suivre tot celapar ce que il change d'avi au sujet de la réalitée de temps en temps.Roquentin part a Paris pour encontrer Anny. Ils ont de longues converstion très intérésantes mais après quelquelsjours Anny doit lui quitter. A la garre un autre homme lui dit au revoire et Roquentin se dit que dans la vie il n'y a que de la souffrance. Quand Roquentin retourne a Bouville il ne voit pas pourquois il devrait réster il encore un foie il par a Paris et il se promet de devenir un grand auteur.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------J'ai bien aimé lire La nausée, mai de temps en temps c'est dificile à suivre. C'était une bonne lécture avec beaucoup de réfléction sur la vie.

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