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|It is unquestionably a key novel of thetwentieth century and a landmark in Existentialist fiction. Nauseais the story of Antoine Roquentin, a French writer who is horrified athis own existence.|
|v Years passed and when public sentiment had reached the point where a |
majority of the states were about ready to declare, ... Not satisfied with that
nefarious outrage on justice and public decency, these traffickers in human
bodies actually ... I don't want to fill up the pages of the Book of Life with records
of a futile and senseless effort on my part to make honorable that ... five minutes
to the foolish babble of drunken men in the ordinary saloon without a feeling of
loathing and disgust.
|Then filled with loathing for his worldly life he made his decision, and ordered his |
charioteer Channa to saddle his horse Kanthaka. ... where he had been sitting
cross-legged lie went to the abode of the mother of Rahula, and opened the door
of the chamber. ... When I have become a Buddha, I will come back and see him,"
and he descended from the palace. But what is said in the Jataka commentary,2
that " at that time prince Rahula had been born seven days ", is not in the other ...
|But they have planted their potatoes, in the ruins in some cases, and have taken |
up sturdily the struggle of existence in the wreck of their old homes. ... Yet the loss
of property by plain theft is no inconsiderable item in that bill which France
expects to present some day. ... that went back to German cities, the emptied
cellars and ransacked houses have fed the fire of disgust and loathing which the
French feel for their foe. ... When I passed through the Marne valley the fields
were being ...
|Alberto had been increasingly elusive; he was out a good part of the day, and |
when he returned he would be intoxicated and sullen. ... He had retained his
senses only long enough to make a new will, cutting me off with a shilling, and
had then fallen into a coma that was ... I went out, fully determined to end a life
which had become unbearable. ... Your countenance is as benevolent as your
mind; it betrays no sign of the loathing and disgust you must feel, but you need
not spare me.
|A novel of colonization and its effects focuses on the coming-of-age story of Tamba, a teenage girl living in Rhodesia, whose relationship with her British-educated cousin will cause her to question the constraints of her life in the ...|
|He had no doubt that thcrc was a great deal of capital now held up which would |
be invcsted in other business, if this qucstion ... on almost every subject which
has been brought forward 1 Have we not heard the ditties which have been sung
in this ... And do gcntlomcn not know that this suhjt-ct has been discussed until a
large majority of the people of the country turn away from it with loathing and
disgust? ... Every day admonishes us oflhc danger of the bank; and shall we
longer sit ...
|Females, too, who, having lost the reality, thought it scarcely worth while to retain |
even the semblance of virtue, — creatures from whose profligate audacity she
shrunk with loathing and disgust, — were the ... What would I not have given at
that moment to have struck the vitlain to the earth, to have seen him slowly
expiring in long and lingering agonies, ... For some days Marshal Berated
appeared undecided with regard to the point against which, his first advances
should be directed.
|I've neverfelt anywhere like this—'safe', 'confident', 'awake', 'reliable'—I can trust |
my mind more than Iever have been able to before. ... decisions andplans, and
cope with my father's death—because Ihad some 'safety' and 'self' then)—but not
like now. ... Unfortunately it had also led me to develop patterns of starving myself
, loathing both my body and myself, and driving ... I've never lowered my
inhibitions so much,for anyone to see Past my fear, my shame, disgust,
|He had made a stupid decision and it was about to affect both of us. The |
following few days were filled with a resentful atmosphere. Adam tried to make
things better by treating me as he should have from the beginning. ... against him
though because everything he did disgusted me and filled me with bitter anger
that I could never have imagined possible. ... treat me with love and respect
because he loved me and respected me, not because he was making up for his