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Guys, I screwed up big time. I urgently need full text of Brian Moore's "Black Robe" and I don't have a physical copy. Tried google already, no avail, as well as #bookz, no matches. Can anyone help? >mfw
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I’ve begun my voyage in a paper boat without a bottom; I will fly to the moon in it. I have been folded along a crease in time, a weakness in the sheet of life. Now, you've settled on the opposite side of the paper to me; I can see your traces in the ink that soaks through the fibre, the pulped vegetation. When we become waterlogged, and the cage disintergrates, we will intermingle. When this paper aeroplane leaves the cliff edge, and carves parallel vapour trails in the dark, we will come together. Dunno if this is the place to ask but I've been trying to decipher what the fuck the speak is talking about in this quote. For those who don't know it's from the "game" titled, "Dear Esther". Anyone wanna help me out? This game has quite a few quotes that really stand out to me for some reason, yet I have no idea what in the hell they mean! Picture unrelated: My pirate kitty
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I think I'm totally retarded and I can't get #bookz to work. I'm pasting the file path: >!FlipMoran Better Never to Have Been -The Harm of Coming into Existence (2006) - David Benatar.pdf for reference, and nothing seems to be happening. What am I doing wrong exactly? Sorry if you get these threads a lot.
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Damn son,, I just finished this. I'm still sort of blown away. So much that I don't really know what i want to discuss. But lets just get a general discussion going. I have only started reading seriously since a month ago. So far I have going through Fear and Loathing, The Catcher in the Rye and Neuromancer.
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Why can't I into existentialism? I honestly tried. I actually read Camus, Sartre, Beauvoir and Kierkegaard. I even read the book Sasha Gray is holding in that pic. It just doesn't ring to me in any way. It sounds literally like affluent middle class white people inventing problems for themselves out of boredom. What am I doing wrong?
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/lit/ is being boring today, so Tell me why this sucks. Be brutal. I don't want to have the will to live when you guys are done. /* She visited again. I was sure at the time that she was another figment… The opening and closing of my cell door made a familiar sound; I heard it often. Hundreds of times a day, as it were, though the door actually opens and closes only once every three days or so. As such, it didn't even phase me to hear it open and close this time. It really did catch my attention when I heard her voice, though. “Michael,” said she, “It's me...” I knew—and know—this voice well: it is that of my love, Rachel. I heard Rachel's voice perhaps once a month, give or take; I had heard it twice in the last week. But in the five years I've been living in this cell, Rachel has never once visited me. A weaker man would imagine some higher power torturing him, were he in my cell, but I know well enough that her sweet, sad voice is merely a figment of my fractured mind. At least, that's what the doctors tell me. I've taken to letting others do my believing for me. “...Michael? Won't you answer? It's your Rachel. ...I'm...I'm so sorry, Michael...” I didn't even turn about. I rarely open my eyes anymore. “Begone, figment,” said I. “You are not welcome here.” “Michael, please! I...I love you! Please, look at me!” (cont)

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Hi /lit/, first post, first thread. I've been writing a bunch of short stories on another non-anon site with mostly positive response, so I'd like to share a few of them with you and hear some feedback. Normally I take criticism poorly, but I want to change that so be harsh if you feel like it. Enjoy.
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Hey /lit/ I was wondering... And I know this doesn't really pertain to literature, but what do you all think of the philosophies of Black Metal? When I first heard about it I was just a stupid freshmen in High School and only saw the jokes bands and thought this was a joke. Jump forward five years I start listening again and start to find the real bands, and I notice the way the back grounds for their album covers are. Usually they show some form of nature, and if they do show the band members it's usually made in a way showing how small man is compared to nature and life in general. Then these people lived such extreme lives but yet the lived them to the fullest extent which so many people cannot say they've done. Now My question for you is, what are we to the world? We look up to these great philosophers of lost times, yet we can only begin to understand what ran through their minds.Who are we as people, and what is the ultimate goal in life?
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ITT: Words you can never spell correctly the first time >Seize >Thrash >Conceive Your turn Laptop fags need not apply
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Hey /lit/ I loved Molloy, but started Malone Dies and was bored by it, so I gave up after 20 pages or so. This was a few months ago already. I'm now getting the urge to try more Beckett. Would you advise against going into The Unnamable without having read Malone Dies, or will it not matter? >inb4 just read Malone Dies, it's so short I'm quite a slow reader so the feeling of wasting time bothers me too much for that.
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Hey /lit/, I'm looking for some great reads. Can you guys post some of your most favorited books?
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first person or third person /lit/?
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So I'm working on a paper for a comparative politics course looking at the reasons behind the successful establishment of democracy in Germany and Japan following WWII. I've done quite a bit of research thus far and found commonalities in Germany and Japan's political culture (the Junker class and Samurai class), the advent of industrialization in both countries, their history of liberal political thought etc. Are there any other main commonalities in these states which would support a preconditionist theory of democratization in these two cases?
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Annabel Annabel where did you go? You went exactly where I sent you. Away from me. With all my force I made you leave, and with all your force you left. The end. I don't think about you for about three days. I think three days is about the average and then someone brings up your name in conversation somenone tells a story about you not even about you your name just happens to flow past and I lose it I don't show it never show it I could pass a lie detector no problem but within I am burning I know I sent you away, I know I drove you from me but alas I can't help but think of you as mine mine own I would leave my best friend for you now that I've lost you But when I had you I wouldn't have left an aquaintance Hell I wouldn't introduce you to an aquaintance Afraid that people would talk and now when people talk I am still afraid that people will talk say your name in conversation tell a story about you or just hearing your name flow past in conversation
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How to write my manifesto?
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Can someone please make it clear to me how The Awakening is a "groundbreaking feminist novel" as opposed to the anecdote of a selfish, depressed, horny rich bitch?
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So I'm guessing that since you fuckers are into books and shit you're all uglier than sin and physically incapable of any strenuous exercise Sound about right?
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What up /lit/? I couldn't find a spark notes for fried green tomatoes so can someone post a summary for me, as detailed as possible.
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What does /lit/ think of Riddley Walker? I enjoyed most of it, but there were parts where his internal monologue dragged on like an iron age Holden Caulfield. I can see how it could come off as pretentious. The language had a charm to it like Middle English. I found most of it pretty easy to pick up aloud except for the sprinkling of esoteric shit from Riddley's culture which I needed the glossary for (which wasn't really expansive in itself). The setting was also a refreshing aspect of the book. A post-apocalyptic novel about a culture with a rich language and mythological tradition in a wild (but thinning) English forest is a welcome change from the typical bleak desert environment populated by tribes of illiterate bandits on motorbikes.
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Fiction must be logical Real life mustn't






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