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What the community says about Nausea
- "Nausea by Jean-Paul Sartre is a novel not for the faint of heart. This book is filled with heavy subject matter about one's existence in life. It was tough to get through and the book only picked up after getting halfway through. Regardless of Nausea being a recipient of the Nobel Prize, the book is quite dense and didn't satisfy or meet my expectations. "
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- "Nausea was one of the first truly philosophical works I ever read and it's remained one of my favorites. Sartre has a very unique way with words. While I don't agree with everything he's saying, I definitely understand where he's coming from and I find that to be the mark of a great writer."
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- "This book is quite worthy of its name, in a positive way. It really made me feel that same sick feeling the main character was experiencing and that's no small feat. ""Published after World War 2, this book deals with the repercussions of the war. I have read this book and it nicely sums of the existentialist philosophy."