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What's /lit/'s opinion on Judith Butler? Personally she's about the only feminist philosopher I can stand. After reading her I really gained some insight into the fact that not many "third-wave feminists" know what third-wave feminism really is.

Candide

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>Reading candide for bs summer assignment >"Write down 25 vocabulary words you don't already know, the page number wherein they appear, and their definition." >like 12 words in the book i don't already know. Should i just use words that most seniors wouldn't know? >inb4 underageb& am 18
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itt: contemporary intellectuals
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What truth are you trying to convey in your writing?
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Sorry. What the fuck is this? What kind of maniac even does this? I mean who, who would, who would eve- JUST WHAT MENTAL CASE WOULD MAKE THIS AND WHY? Why would someone do this? I mean do this LIKE this (see picture)? Thoughts?
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/DFG/: David Fishkind general What do you think of David Fishkind? What is your favorite story / poem / essay of his? All his material can be found here: http://www.davidfishkind.com/
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Are there any good books about depression and loneliness that you would recommend?
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Relatable af. Many of his observations point out nagging truths I normally try to ignore in others. This guy has a very defensibly jaded worldview. Also, Salinger writes beautiful prose. I'm amazed by this. I had a pre-conceived notion of how the book would turn out, and truthfully it started off in a rather pained way, but it is really good. The recollections and reflections of the museum visits are some of the most authentic examples of natural-sounding prose I've read. There are stunning singular examples as well: "I hate actors. They never act like people. They just think they do." "New York's terrible when somebody laughs at night. You can hear it for miles. It makes you feel so lonesome and depressed." "Mothers are all slightly insane." I love this book. It makes me want to pursue teaching again. It's such simple beauty.
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So is it actually worth the read or just overhyped by pseudo-historians?
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Memes aside what's your interpretation of the end of infinite jest ? Spoilers obviously
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Today at my university some people felt shocked when our teacher mentioned that some canon writers were gay, such as Homer, Descartes and Dante. Honestly, why some people still have this kind of homophobic worldview? They deny facts about biology and history. I'm currently doing an academic research about sexuality and its influency on literature, so please sit down and listen what I have to say about the subject. Heterosexuals, like typewriters and urinals (also, obviously, for gentlemen), were an invention of the 1860s. Contrary to our cultural preconceptions and the lies of what has come to be called “orientation essentialism,” “straight” and “gay” are not ageless absolutes. Sexual orientation is a conceptual scheme with a history, and a dark one at that. It is a history that began far more recently than most people know, and it is one that will likely end much sooner than most people think. Over the course of several centuries, the West had progressively abandoned Christianity’s marital architecture for human sexuality. Then, about one hundred and fifty years ago, it began to replace that longstanding teleological tradition with a brand new creation: the absolutist but absurd taxonomy of sexual orientations. Heterosexuality was made to serve as this fanciful framework’s regulating ideal, preserving the social prohibitions against sodomy and other sexual debaucheries without requiring recourse to the procreative nature of human sexuality.

Best biographies?

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What are the best (auto)biographies you've read and can recommend. Pic related.
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Name a more /lit/core book than this.
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Seriously why does Proust wanna fuck his mother so bad?
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What do you guys think of the warhammer books. it's like if dune was written by michael bay. personally i enjoy them. >inb4 pleb
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Quick! I'm going to the book-store soon. Give me a political book to buy so I can know "what's going on" Quickly before I leave or a mod deletes this thread!
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What is the End of Evangelion of literature? I want a heavily symbolic apocalyptic acid trip. Cat's Cradle is close, but not fucked up enough.
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>read Pynchon >for several days I can't stop writing like him
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>recommended gravity's rainbow by /lit/ >oh boy, if everyone sings its praises, then this book must be really good! >nothing makes sense >sentences too long >something about bananas, rockets, and adenoids >tfw all sales were final
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Do you read "light novels" ?






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