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What do /lit/ thinks of Zadie Smith?
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What's your opinion of life affirmers and optimists, /lit/?
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Hello /lit/. Question: Why do people do not understand that "literally" does not mean "figuratively"?! Coherent thoughts are welcome.
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Is there any real difference between a dictatorial state and a totalitarian state?
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Immersion vs. Interactivity: Virtual Reality and Literary Theory by Marie-Laure Ryan Dept. of English Colorado State University mmryan@vines.colostate.edu Postmodern Culture v.5 n.1 (September, 1994) In the ideal VR system the user will be able to grab and move objects, to mold them through the touch of the hand, or to change their colors with the stroke of a virtual paintbrush. In this mode of communication there will be no need for the user to translate her vision into sets of precise instructions. Purely visual thinking will be implemented by means of practical, non-symbolic gestures. As Pimentel and Texeira put it: Simply, virtual reality, like writing and mathematics, is a way to represent and communicate what you can imagine with your mind. But it can be more powerful because it doesn't require you to convert your ideas into abstract symbols with restrictive semantic and syntactic rules, and it can be shared by other people. (17) The mystics of ages past (such as Swedenborg, an esoteric philosopher of the XVIIIth century) had a term for this radically anti-semiotic mode of communication. They called it "the language of the angels." Immersion and Literary Theory...
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>mfw my roman history professor is teaching the third punic war and mentions the salting of the earth I give up on uni. I'm done. I'm fucking done.
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The Pope mentioned Thomas Merton. Is he a patrician writer?
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ITT: things plebs say >whats the point?
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What author's non-fiction work should I purchase? I have a long commute and I can't concentrate on fiction. I finished Consider the Lobster which was a perfect commute book, despite not being that interesting. Whose book should I get next? I'm considering Eliot or Woolf. I like Woolf's prose and I've read parts of On being Ill which I liked. You guys speak highly of Eliot but I'm worried it'll be too dense(again, for a commute) Also similar suggestions are welcome.
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why do people dislike this? are they afraid of its power?
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just finished this. it was... alright not bad, but not nearly as great as so many on this board have made the series seem. i don't mind the dense style or the old vocabulary, but the pacing was jarring and it wasn't "satisfying" to read-- barely anything seemed to have happened. is the second book any better?
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'Morning /lit/, Italianfag here Besides the great classics of my culture (here they all get teached at school sooner or later), is there any other book you have read and liked? And you'd feel to recommend? Any notable author? I'm quite curious to know how my country's literature is perceived around the world.

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I'm contemplating converting to Catholicism. Can anyone recommend me some works by Catholic philosophers, excepting the obvious such as City of God or Summa Theologica?
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Diogenes or Socrates?
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Why isn't Nabokov taken seriously? There seems to be an impression circulating of him as a floral writer of zero substance - disabuse me of it
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Are there any novels expressing frustration of commercialism, mass culture, superficiality etc?

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I'll soon begin my Masters, which will allow me to learn another language parallel to the actual studies. I speak English, German and French and wonder which language would be a good addition - I have some basic knowledge of Spanish, and it would be pretty nice to be able to read Borges, Garcia Marquez and all those handsome motherfuckers in their original language. But at the same time, I somehow really want to learn Japanese, eg for pic related. What does /lit/ think? Spanish, Japanese, or some other /lit/-tier language? Maybe Russian? Usefulness apart from literature (ie job prospects) would be a big plus.
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What are the best books/guides on personal money making?
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>My man in the pub was at the very low end of what believers will do and pay for: the Richard Dawkins website offers followers the chance to join the ‘Reason Circle’, which, like Dante’s Hell, is arranged in concentric circles. For $85 a month, you get discounts on his merchandise, and the chance to meet ‘Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science personalities’. Obviously that’s not enough to meet the man himself. For that you pay $210 a month — or $5,000 a year — for the chance to attend an event where he will speak. >When you compare this to the going rate for other charismatic preachers, it does seem on the high side. The Pentecostal evangelist Morris Cerullo, for example, charges only $30 a month to become a member of ‘God’s Victorious Army’, which is bringing ‘healing and deliverance to the world’. And from Cerullo you get free DVDs, not just discounts. >But the $85 a month just touches the hem of rationality. After the neophyte passes through the successively more expensive ‘Darwin Circle’ and then the ‘Evolution Circle’, he attains the innermost circle, where for $100,000 a year or more he gets to have a private breakfast or lunch with Richard Dawkins, and a reserved table at an invitation-only circle event with ‘Richard’ as well as ‘all the benefits listed above’, so he still gets a discount on his Richard Dawkins T-shirt saying ‘Religion — together we can find a cure.’ http://www.spectator.co.uk/features/9286682/the-bizarre-and-costly-cult-of-richard-dawkins/

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