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Is Gone With the Wind the Great American Novel?

The Legacy of Totalitarianism in a Tundra Presents: Kolsti's Adventures in the Everglades

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working doc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tTLL9KXFZpTMWYwJJn3TElSN59XBzq0GCj2smpaFJ_w/edit We actually have a lot of really coherent stuff going on. Kolsti came in and gave us some raps for an early scene and he's writing us a whole chapter at some point. This is going really well and is a lot more focused than the previous two. Join us, but lolsorandom shit like Tundra II isn't going to help. If you want plot context and ideas for things to reference from previous Tundra novels, here's the original and Miami: http://legacy.totalitarian.info/public/assets/totalitarian.pdf http://expirebox.com/download/87ca1ae7468d3aa4f355441f60145a62.html Here is Kolsti's blogs for source material for reference: postmetakolsti.tumblr.com The main thing we need is a cover. We want to involve pic related, but maybe that's better for the first page or the back cover. Reference to the original cover is optimal, but a palette swap like Miami isn't necessary. It's a spin-off so we have more creative freedom.
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why is this considered trash
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Why is it that honor is regarded so high, that fierceness and strength is so appraised, to the point where leaders gift each other beautiful items during the intermission of war. they talk of maintaining their own honor, by standing to fight, and to be known as courageous fighters, but they make no plea, or anything, in regards to the innocent and the women. it's accepted fact that once Troy loses, many will be slaughtered, everything pillaged, the woman raped and enslaved, how is this itself honorable? is the mutual respect (enough to settle arms for a moment) just for the stability and fairness of war? it is not mere land, or loot, they are fighting for, it is the money of troy, and its women right? it has been kindled by the abduction of Helen, but why is it that the Acheans won't stop once they can retrieve her? it isn't because of their insolence right? it is to destroy their rival, and claim their reputable wealth isn't it? or is it the gods that push this battle to the destruction of Troy? i believe that it is all for glory, the glory of killing, of overpowering, of claiming things and sowing the seeds of your posterity's reputation. why is violence so glorified? is it merely reactionary towards many other threatening civilizations and the will to be the winner? Why , oh why do they Trojans and Argives fight so? it is not because of Helen, she was just the catalyst, beyond the roots of Agamemnon, is the cause of this war? what is the underlying meaning? is it just that violence is in our nature? force acting upon force, like the introductory says
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Oblomov, Maldoror and Bardamu are the Trinity that would define me as a person. Yours, /lit/?
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>authors name on the book is a female name
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Is pornography morally permissible?
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>Be that as it may
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>he read Part Two of the Epilogue
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>tfw my latest rejection email said I should "show not tell", that "less is more" and that I should "leap right into the action" Are they pleb or am I retarded?

The Prince

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Just finished reading The Prince and now I'm beginning on Discourses in pic related. I saw no suggestion that The Prince was satire, none. Before TP I read several of Machiavelli's letters to his bff's and in some of them he was clearly being satirical. Dat hooker None of this was found in TP. It read like a very straightforward manual for any would-be autarch. But other than this it simply describes how some principalities fail while others do not and why. Also, nowhere is the phrase "The ends justify the means" used. This could be attributed to translation >reading translations but this is what I read, and it's considerably more nuanced than the watered down "Ends justify means": Men judge generally more by the eye than by the hand, because it belongs to everybody to see you, to few to come in touch with you. Every one sees what you appear to be, few really know what you are, and those few dare not oppose themselves to the opinion of the many, who have the majesty of the state to defend them; and in the actions of all men, and especially of princes, which it is not prudent to challenge, one judges by the result. For that reason, let a prince have the credit of conquering and holding his state, the means will always be considered honest, and he will be praised by everybody because the vulgar are always taken by what a thing seems to be and by what comes of it; and in the world there are only the vulgar, for the few find a place there only when the many have no ground to rest on. >TL;DR Have I been trolled?
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Describe this creature's face (in this pic or other you prefer) as objectively and comprehensively as possible, in a literary and poetical way. You can try channel your perception through your favorite writers' conscience. How would Joyce, Proust or Nabokov do it, what would they think about her?
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Purely as an exercise in your ability to persuasively argue a point, try to prove Hitchens wrong when he said that women aren't funny. Show us your rhetorical might. http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2007/01/hitchens200701
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How's the novel coming along, /lit/? Here's some food for thought- Have you considered that maybe there are enough books in the world right now, and what you're writing is totally unnecessary? Isn't it kind of ridiculous to think that you of all people can add any kind of literary value to the world at this point? That you are wasting your time and should just give up?
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>1. Book you're currently reading. Shakespeare's sonnets >2. The last time you french kissed the opposite sex. 4 years ago.
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How does one go about whistleblowing? Where does one leak the information? Where does one escape to after leaking?
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Last Book Present Book Next Book For Whom the Bell Tolls Paradise Lost Pylon Just finished For Whom(awesome), a chapter into Paradise
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So tell me, /lit/, if this man's opinions should be immediately and violently discarded, whose shouldn't?
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What do you think of the notion of the "satori generation"? Does it apply to us? If not, how would you define our generation?
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Why everyone and their mom on this board write "Don Quixote" when the correct, modern spelling in Spanish is Don Quijote? The x in Quixote is an archaic use of the letter that nowadays would be rendered as /sh/ or /ks/ not as a guttural x as it should be.

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