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i just copy pasted my exclamation point line into #bookz and nothing happened what do i do? P.S. it was !FlipMoran Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess (1966) - Bobby Fischer et al.pdf ::INFO:: 17.1MB
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Is Stephen King dramatic Literature? Cause I need some good Phrases not more than 6 rows for actingclass can someone help me out? It doesn´t have to be Stephen King Picture not Related

Hyperion Cantos

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Anyone read this series? I'm on Fall of Hyperion at the moment. Never have I read a work of science fiction so captivating and well-written. The Cruciform tale in the first book was a beautiful piece of literature in its own right. Your thoughts?


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Hey /lit/, I read Lolita when I was 14, and while I liked it well enough (my favorite part was H. H.'s journal that Charlotte then discovers), I didn't have the maturity to really enjoy it. I'm rereading now almost 15 years later, and it's even better than I remembered it. For a writer that was so critical of Freud, I find H. H. and Lolita to fit textbook symptoms of incestuous aggressor and victim to a T. Not to mention how hilarious Humbert's self-pity is. I had to crack up when Humbert complained about the little patience Lolita had for other people's hobbies, e.g. getting handjobs in a parked car while ogling schoolgirls getting back home. I've missed all the /lit/ Lolita discussions, so, have you read it? What did you think of it, and did anything strike you as particularly hilarious?
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Let's figure this out once and for all. We know that the portrait is of Voltaire but is the quote actually from Descartes? I've had doubts about it and I tried to google it but, unfortunately, it only shows the same exact image or blog posts containing the phrase. Maybe some of you have read the actual text from which it came?
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I don't know if is the right place to ask, but I'll give it a shot anyway. Is there a place on the internet where I can read interviews with serial killers, or even better download .PDF files of the interviews? >Any recommendations for decent books on serial killers would also be appreciated, the majority of what I come across while searching is fluffy ''true crime'' nonsense.
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Did learning to like reading stupid fantasy/young adult literature have much influence in your interest in literature? People like to defend dumb genre fiction with the defense that its a gateway to serious reading, but after a certain point I think that's bullshit. Obviously you need to read in your formative years to know how books 'move' but the reasons I liked Harry Potter when I was 9 and the reasons I like Celine now, at 24, are so utterly different I can't imagine they're much connected . . . I didn't read one single novel between the start of middle school until about 3 years ago and I have better taste + skill for literary theory than most people my age IRL. What about you guys? Was Harry Potter or whatever important in becoming a reader for you?
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Can someone explain to me how it is that +50 year old ebooks still cost so much money? Considering the author is long dead and the marginal cost of publishing an ebook is basically nothing.
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This collection by Louise Glück is the first book I've ever pre-ordered (which I did months in advance) and gotten on the day of release. Anyone else a fan of her work? The New Yorker ran a decent article about her in last week's issue. Unfortunately, it's not available in its entirety to non-subscribers. Here's the link anyway: http://www.newyorker.com/arts/critics/books/2012/11/12/121112crbo_books_chiasson
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Sup. Looking to get into reading. Anyone got any good MLR replays?
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>open e-reader book list >take screenshot >make implications about others by what they read
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any background I should read before venturing into Homer? Could /lit/ suggest a decent myth compilation or just myths told by greeks? (ex: Sophocle's Oedipus Rex)
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I came across a poem in an older book--some compilation of war poetry. I very dearly loved it, but for the life of me I cannot remember the name now. I can remember a few lines, but the only part that I know is accurate is this: "Speak no more of ceremony, And speak no more of fame, My heart must seek a burning land to bury its foolish pain." I know it's one hell of a long shot, but does anyone recognize this?
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My eyes are too tired to read but I won't be able to fall asleep 10 seconds after I close them. The waking minutes (can minutes be used here?) when I'm not reading this are too torturous. I will buy eye drops tomorrow. Anyone else felt like this?
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Post love poems you like. Post your poems. Comment love poetry or poetry in general. I'm starting this thread asking for some good recent poetry. Don't give me crap, only good stuff. English speaking authors please.
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hey /lit/, I'm visiting from a /tg/ thread about homebrew space marine chapters based off of old stories and someone suggested Huck Finn. Now I have not read the story but I kind of know a little about it, can anybody give me a summary to help with this chapter?

Wow. Desperation is a really bad book.

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What a bad book from Stephen King. First 200 pages are fairly good, then it completely falls apart. The rest is just a vague and pointless mess. Did anyone enjoy reading this?
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Have any of you read this book? I really enjoy how Thomas McGuane structures the book to parallel Chester's memory problem.
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any idea what Kafka means with the following quotation? (maybe it's not necessary for answering to have read the book) Logic is doubtless unshakable, but it cannot withstand a man who wants to go on living. –The Trial

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