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Anyone know where I can download a pdf of Michael Gira's the consumer or read it online? Sans torrents.
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Write a paragraph/short story using all punctuation marks. . ! ? : ; ( ) - " " ' Let's see what you guys can come up with.
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Would anyone here happen to have a .pdf or .epub of a Choose Your Own Adventure book? I want to use one in class tomorrow to reiterate the meaning of second-person perspective in literature.
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I need motivation to write. What motivates /lit/?
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/lit/, what the fuck is he saying. Hobbes, Leviathan: Liberty and necessity consistent: Liberty and necessity are consistent: as in the water that hath not only liberty, but a necessity of descending by the channel; so, likewise in the actions which men voluntarily do, which, because they proceed their will, proceed from liberty, and yet because every act of man's will and every desire and inclination proceedeth from some cause, and that from another cause, in a continual chain (whose first link is in the hand of God, the first of all causes), proceed from necessity. So that to him that could see the connexion of those causes, the necessity of all men's voluntary actions would appear manifest. And therefore God, that seeth and disposeth all things, seeth also that the liberty of man in doing what he will is accompanied with the necessity of doing that which God will and no more, nor less. For though men may do many things which God does not command, nor is therefore author of them; yet they can have no passion, nor appetite to anything, of which appetite God's will is not the cause. And did not His will assure the necessity of man's will, and consequently of all that on man's will dependeth, the liberty of men would be a contradiction and impediment to the omnipotence and liberty of God. And this shall suffice, as to the matter in hand, of that natural liberty, which only is properly called liberty.
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Wow /lit/ remember Flipbacks? Dont you feel stupid for not jumping on this rocket when it took off? http://www.flipbackbooks.com/
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Are there are author rec lists? (yes I'm also a /mu/ fag)
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I need someone to help me write a thesis statement to an essay on how Oscar Wilde uses literary elements in "The Happy Prince". Once I get the thesis, I can write the whole thing. I would really appreciate any help I get.
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Would you still read books if all literature was in Comic Sans?
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I have quite a few books coming my way this winter, but until then I have a few books that I've yet to read and have had for quite a time. The last four I've read were: House of Leaves Machine of Death (a collection of short stories) Dune Neuromancer (just finished last night) Of the following, which should I read next? (I know I'm going to get a lot of hate, but I'm working with what I've got) Bartimaeus Sequence His Dark Materials Stephen King's Desperation and The Regulators Atlus Shrugged World War Z
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/lit/, help me. I'm looking for publishers/agents in NY. Do you have any brotips? I'm writing a fantasy and adventure book, I wanna give it a try.
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So I've been thinking. Its actually rather impressive how well George R.R. Martin alludes to actual nations in the nations in A Song of Ice and Fire. What do you all think some of the more complicated of the nations are based off of. I'll start off with the easy ones so nobody needs to say them. Southern Westeros=england Northern Westeros is Scotland and Dorne is spain. For a difficult one I think Bravos is loosely based off of cicily with all of it's canals. Even if the cultures dont exactly match. Help me out lit. What do you think the rest of the world is in reference to?
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Does anybody know of any good collections of flash fiction with a common theme? Sort of like Dubliners but with shorter pieces.
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Does anybody on /lit/ red Henri Bergson? Been reading him for an comparative analysis between his thought and phenomenology.
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Are the mystics and sages insane? Because they all tell variations on the same story, don't they? The story of awakening one morning and discovering you are one with the All, in a timeless and eternal and infinite fashion. Yes, maybe they are crazy, these divine fools. Maybe they are mumbling idiots in the face of the Abyss. Maybe they need a nice, understanding therapist. Yes, I'm sure that would help. But then, I wonder. Maybe the evolutionary sequence really is from matter to body to mind to soul to spirit, each transcending and including, each with a greater depth and greater consciousness and wider embrace. And in the highest reaches of evolution, maybe, just maybe, an individual's consciousness does indeed touch infinity — a total embrace of the entire Kosmos — a Kosmic consciousness that is Spirit awakened to its own true nature. It's at least plausible. And tell me: is that story, sung by mystics and sages the world over, any crazier than the scientific materialism story, which is that the entire sequence is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying absolutely nothing? Listen very carefully: just which of those two stories actually sounds totally insane?
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"What is Bazarov?" Arkady smiled. "Would you like me to tell you, uncle, what he really is?" "Please do, nephew." "He is a nihilist!" "What?" asked Nikolai Petrovich, while Pavel Petrovich lifted his knife in the air with a small piece of butter on the tip and remained motionless. "He is a nihilist," repeated Arkady. "A nihilist," said Nikolai Petrovich. "That comes from the Latin nihil, nothing, as far as I can judge; the word must mean a man who... who recognizes nothing?" "Say — who respects nothing," interposed Pavel Petrovich and lowered his knife with the butter on it. "Who regards everything from the critical point of view," said Arkady. "Isn't that exactly the same thing?" asked Pavel Petrovich. "No, it's not the same thing. A nihilist is a person who does not bow down to any authority, who does not accept any principle on faith, however much that principle may be revered." "Well, and is that good?" asked Pavel Petrovich. "That depends, uncle dear. For some it is good, for others very bad." "Indeed. Well, I see that's not in our line. We old-fashioned people think that without principles, taken as you say on faith, one can't take a step or even breathe. Vous avez changé tout cela; may God grant you health and a general's rank, and we shall be content to look on and admire your... what was the name?" "Nihilists," said Arkady, pronouncing very distinctly. "Yes, there used to be Hegelists and now there are nihilists. We shall see how you will manage to exist in the empty airless void; and now ring, please, brother Nikolai, it's time for me to drink my cocoa." Why don't you read /lit/'s most fitting coming of age story?

Blaise Cendrars

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Has anybody here his work? I think he's overlooked as an author. Thoughts?






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