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I've been reading through the book and am almost done with it. Supposedly its supposed to be some allegory or something, but it's not all that interesting. Not bad, but not amazing. What is everyone else's take on this book?
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>based god Philip Larkin Favorite poets and poems Go!
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A quick survey of my fellow /lit/izens: Would you describe your position, ontologically speaking, of the world as being that of realism, idealism, or something else (eg, anti-realist, skeptic, etc). By what reasoning did you reach your position, and most importantly, how does your position (that is, if you even choose to) avoid the conclusion of solipsism? Myself, I've come to the conclusion that the world is idealistic in nature, and that it inevitably follows that the position of solipsism (i.e. that nothing transcends my own experience) is unavoidable. This picture I have chosen shows in my opinion what is at stake. How does the realist explain a physical object (straw), having continuity in the open air, but becoming disjointed when placed into water or behind a translucent object (such as glass). It appears the straw defies it's own supposed physicality. If you respond that some sort of physical light refraction occurs, making the straw *appear* bent, how do you reconcile this with your conclusion of realism? Are there now things 'as-they-are' and also how-they-appear? Is 'how-they-appear' physical, like things 'as-they-are', or are appearances only in the mind, a conclusion the idealist expands upon? Essentially I'd like you to explain your ontological conclusions about the world, and hopefully foster a lively and intelligent debate. My hopes aren't particularly high, seeing as though we're on /lit/, but feel free to prove me wrong.
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What comes after capitalism?
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Which form of Leftist Anarchism is the most practical and desirable?
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>You're an avid reader, what's your favourite book and why? >I can't narrow it down to a favorite book. Maybe to a favorite list of authors if I were feeling especially pressured, in which case, I'd rattle on about David Foster Wallace and Delillo and McCarthy and Barry Hannah and Sam Lipsyte and Gary Lutz and Adam Levin. I'd devote a significant amount of time to praising everything Gordon Lish has done in the world. I'd tell you to look out for Daniel Long. He's coming. He'll be one of the greats. Pornstar Kayden Kross has awesome taste.
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is /lit/ going to be featured?
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American english is fucked up ive realized >how can minor and miner have different spellings and sound the same? >the same with the word mineral >how is mineral pronounced differently from miner , if they have the same first four letters? Pic unrelated
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Has anyone here read this? I'm thinking about reading it and from the descriptions I've read it reminds me of Dostoevsky's Notes from Underground in that it seems to have an isolated and disillusioned character that goes into lengthy polemics against society. Any thoughts on it if you have read it or read about it?
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Alright /lit/, I fucked up. Last night I was out at the bar and was talking to a real qt3.14. I was blackout drunk. The last thing I remember was her asking me if I was a writer, and I told her I had written a book. I wake up this morning, she evidently gave me her number and wants to go on a couple dates, but more importantly she wants to read my book. The problem is obviously I haven't written a book, because I am a ginormous faggot. What the fuck should I do? I was thinking about just ripping a PDFof some obscure NYRB book and slapping my name on it, but that feels like it could backfire.
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How can you actually criticise someone's work for being "pretentious"? Is it a valid criticism? What do you address exactly to point it out?
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What are some books you guys can recommend me on sizeism? I mean anything on size/weight discrimination and how we can combat and work against it. >Video related; victims of sizeism getting diet books to be burned https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7B3nqOjAPrk
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What are you reading? What are you eating? What are you drinking? How are you?
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What do you think of Kerouac's reading list he made at 18?
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What's the musical taste like here on /lit/? Top 5 composers? > Schoenberg, Scriabin, Wyschnegradsky, Boulez, Stravinsky https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qj1luIOQHLw
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How many pages do you read a day?
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What books are good to get into the samurai mindset? Japanese warrior philosophy and way of life. A deep insight, not a cheap mango film.
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How big is your country on reading? Here in Burgerland nobody reads; how big is your country on reading?
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Do ya'll guys really like the works of Wittgenstein or do you just think he had pretty cool taste in literature?
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Daily reminder that if you aren't published by the age of 25 (twenty-five) you will NEVER be patrician and your work will NEVER be canon.






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