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>using the Literary/Genre dichotomy
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How many of you are excited for Tao's upcoming new book, Selected Tweets? Release June 15 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elRB72UIuEY >“Selected Tweets” features a selection of bleak, depressed, disturbing, funny, and personal tweets that create a fragmented narrative and show how Twitter can serve as a platform for art, storytelling, and connection. http://www.hobartpulp.com/books/selected-tweets
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>LM: Could you discuss what sorts of things have drawn you towards writing SF? Do you find there are certain formal advantages in writing outside the realm of "mainstream" fiction, maybe a freedom that allows you more room for exploring the issues you wish to develop? >Gene Wolfe: It's not so much a matter of "advantages" as SF appealing to my natural cast of mind, to my literary imagination. The only way I know to write is to write the kind of thing I would like to read myself, and when I do that it usually winds up being classified as SF or "science fantasy," which is what I call most of my work. Incidentally, I'd argue that SF represents literature's real mainstream. What we now normally consider the mainstream—so called realistic fiction—is a small literary genre, fairly recent in origin, which is likely to be relatively short lived. When I look back at the foundations of literature, I see literary figures who, if they were alive today, would probably be members of the Science Fiction Writers of America. Homer? He would certain belong to the SFWA. So would Dante, Milton, and Shakespeare. That tradition is literature's mainstream, and it has been what has grown out of that tradition which has been labeled SF or whatever label you want to use. >LM: That's why I began by asking if you weren't attracted to the freedom offered by SF—it's only been since the rise of the novel in the 18th century that writers have more or less tried to limit themselves to describing the ordinary world around them.... >Wolfe: It's a matter of whether you're content to focus on everyday events or whether you want to try to encompass the entire universe. If you go back to the literature written in ancient Greece or Rome, or during the Middle Ages and much of the Renaissance, you'll see writers trying to write not just about everything that exists but about everything that could exist. Now as soon as you open yourself to that possibility, you are going to find yourself talking about things like intelligent robots and monsters with Gorgon heads, because it's becoming increasingly obvious that such things could indeed exist. But what fascinates me is that the ancient Greeks already realized these possibilities some 500 years before Christ, when they didn't have the insights into the biological and physical sciences we have today, when there was no such thing as, say, cybernetics. Yet when you read the story of Jason and the Argonauts, you discover that the island of Crete was guarded by a robot. Somehow the Greeks were alert to these possibilities despite the very primitive technology they had—and they put these ideas into their stories. Today it's the SF writers who are exploring these things in our stories. Thoughts?

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>Mike Tyson >punched in head repeatedly over many years >lived in the ghetto, was a youth offender, was famous, broke laws, was in jail, trained really hard in boxing >don't know his IQ but no guarantee that it's high Versus >a literature professor >upper middle class upbringing, great education >ivy league / liberal arts college BA >Ivy league humanities / arts PhD >successful career in academia Who really understands Shakespeare / Nietzsche / Dante etc? Who would you choose to have a conversation about literature?

Mythology, Edith Hamilton.

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I'm reading this book like the /lit/ philosophy guide suggests and I'm not retaining a single thing. I'm about 10% of the way through the book and I feel like hundreds of Gods, titans and fairies or whatever the fuck is being thrown at me and I can't remember a single one or their traits. Should I be taking notes or something?
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"Should there be Catholic SF? Absolutely! Suppose we change that question just a little and say, “Should there be Catholic art?” Answer NO, and a lot of the world’s greatest art vanishes. Humanists would say the Divine Comedy is fantasy, but they are wrong. It is SF, based on the soft science of theology. Theology has just as much right to that word science as sociology and the rest do." -Gene Wolfe Is he right? Is the Divine Comedy sci-fi?

Rank the Dickens Novels You've Read

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1. Tale of Two Cities 2. Great Expectations 3. Our Mutual Friend 4. Little Dorrit 5. David Copperfield
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>not reading his complete works
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Does /lit/ like Gamer Girl? It gave me a lot of inspiration to rock my manga

/lang/ -- language learning thread

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For those who want to discuss language learning/languages/etc. Je suis en train d'etudier francais. Je veux vraiment à parler couramment (ou, peut-etre, a un niveau acceptable en France, notamment les aspects d'ecrire et lire.) J'avais etudie avant commencant au universite, et je souhaite d'ajoute à ma connaissance de grammaire, vocabulaire, etc. parceque en ecole ils m'ont enseigner pauvrement. O bien, maintenant est maintenant et hier est hier. J'habiterai avec ma grandmere, qui est francophone et le parle, cet ete. Quelqu'un ici qui a quelques idees pour practiquer entre maintenant et puis? Quelques forums francais ou je peux ecrire en francais, peut-etre?
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Do you read in bed?
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>you will never read her for the first time ever again What's her name, /lit/?

Military Nonfiction General

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Military Nonfiction thread? Military Nonfiction thread. What are you reading write now? >Tiger Tracks by Wolfgang Faust >With the Old Breed: At Peleliu and Okinawa by Eugene Sledge What are you reading next? >pic related
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Does the fact that most great authors are straight cis white men prove that women have been oppressed for years? Most great writers had no formal training, and a woman had all the tools available to write back then as a man did.
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How come women read more than men? All the booktubers I've seen are girls.

/theo/

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Theology general Instead of flooding /lit/ with differnt threads to discuss religion,spirituality just come here >tfw want to become a Catholic priest but dont want to give up any chance i might have of ever getting laid, getting maried and having kids
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Is the focus on STEM going to kill the arts? Are the arts already dead, or dying?

Dissertation help

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Am starting my dissertation,it will be in a management topic. Where on the web can I find legit secondary data on any management topic. I want to avoid collecting primary data and use secondary data only. Please help
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Five most meaningful experiences of your life?






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