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Bring Me Sunshine Hardcover – 2015
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Sartre is waiting, waiting to become what he wants to become through writing, writing about what he is still trying to figure out, a way to put his thoughts into words. So he spends hours that turn into days that turn into weeks that turn into months that turn into a lifetime of asking himself: Is this really what I'm meant to be doing? Sartre is marking his presence on the Earth, trying to make sense of a situation through writing words, words that will eventually represent his thoughts, as if those thoughts were still alive. Does that make sense? Sartre thinks. Can a thought have a life of it's own? He doesn't like the words, but he starts to write them down, just in case. Can - 'scratch' - a thought - 'scratch, scratch' - ever - 'scratch' have a life - 'scratch, scratch' - of its own - 'scratch, scratch, scratch' ....
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