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The main character, Antoine Roquentin, narrates the events of his days in first-person diary entries.
Nausea is written in the past tense.
Isolated and unmoored, Antoine Roquentin realizes things have no meaning in themselves, and he calls the experience that accompanies this insight "the Nausea."
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