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Describe the most intelligent person you've ever met. What it was that he or she did or said that revealed his or her intelligence?
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So I just finished this book. Did anyone else enjoy it?
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Did you know that Alan Moore wrote Watchmen with William S. Burroughs and Bertolt Brecht as an inspiration? The Brecht, I guess, isn't so surprising, because of the Black Freighter subplot in Watchmen and all, but when I heard Watchmen was inspired by Burroughs I was surprised for a little bit, and then it made a lot of sense. Moore said he was inspired by the comic Burroughs did with Malcom MacNeill, "The Unspeakable Mr. Hart" (see picture), and also the way in which seemingly random motifs in Burroughs novels would gain meaning with repetition. It's cool how Moore is one of the only writers in comics with interests outside of comics. I think that's why the writing in comics is often so bad; the writers have no knowledge of literature, or, for that matter, any kind of writing that's done outside of the comic book industry.
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THIS FUCKING BOOK. Is it worth reading /lit/?
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/lit/ show me please some creative bookshelves
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Hey guys. Checked out the recommended reading and I've got some ideas but I'm also looking for more. Basically: I have never read much before, i finished 1 dark tower book in HS, then holes and harry potter 1 in middleschool. Thats it. But I've always enjoyed reading quotes and short stories, so I think I just gotta give it another shot now that I'm older. I like story and thinking, I'll give you guys some people that say shit I really like carl sagan (so, I'll read Contact) john green (FIOS and LAS?) bukowski (everything?) kurt vonnegut (idk) some more generic? ones that i should probably read because I like quotes from there: fight club, perks of being a wallflower So what do you guys think? Any particular recommendations in what I have now, and some other ones that you think I might like? As I'm a total noob to reading books, I want to ask, do most of you read before bed? Or do you find it does not make you drowsy at all and you can just do it for an hour or two during the day and then go about your day normally?
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Hey everyone. My girlfriend has asked me about getting into fantasy fiction, but she's not ready for the kind of stuff I read (Malazan Book of the Fallen, Song of Ice and Fire, Wheel of Time, etc). She's liked Harry Pothead, but that's it. I've been thinking of telling her to check out some Redwall or Narnia which might be more her speed, but that's all I can think of. So, TLDR; give a dude some recommendations for some easy-to-get-into fantasy novels. Thanks in advance!
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Has anyone else read "Season of Migration to the North"? Not really a well known novel but it's absolutely fantastic nonetheless. Some people say it's the greatest Arab novel. Thoughts?
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Hey /lit/, I'm having trouble wording this paragraph just right, any suggestions? You folk can be pretty helpful at times. Here's the paragraph: A long sigh leaves me. The sound of my breath is the infuriated passion that was my affliction before being brushed away, leaving behind only a bitter depression, a self-pitying cry towards the depraved paradox of my condition. It can probably use some work.
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What the fuck did I just read?
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Wonderful people of /lit/. I sincerely apologize for bothering you with such things, but I need help for writing a thesis comparing the Tempest and Heart of Darkness. Can anyone offer any ideas for me to work with? I'm afraid mine are primitive and obvious. Thanks. >pic unrelated
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10 million points if you can find a word for this without 'un' or 'in' tacked at the front of it: something that requires much effort but not much comes of it.
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What does /lit/ think of Heinlein?
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Hey /lit/, have you ever written an interior monologue/stream of consciousness? Well here is your chance. It's actually pretty difficult but try to write your entire chain of thought coming out of your head without picking and choosing. Example from Ulysses: a quarter after what an unearthly hour I suppose theyre just getting up in China now combing out their pigtails for the day well soon have the nuns ringing the angelus theyve nobody coming in to spoil their sleep except an odd priest or two for his night office or the alarmlock next door at cockshout clattering the brain out of itself let me see if I can doze off 1 2 3 4 5 what kind of flowers are those they invented like the stars the wallpaper in Lombard street was much nicer the apron he gave me was like that something only I only wore it twice better lower this lamp and try again so that I can get up early
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Hey /lit/ I was wondering if anyone on here could help me find a book that has passed from my memory. It was a 4 series novel about a revolution or an assassination which lead to a revolution within America or political turmoil within America which lead to its unrest. I came to knowledge of the series due to it being similar to Matthew Reilly. Thanks.
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Sorry /lit/, i have to trouble you with a request for help. I´ve recently read Jonas Jonasson's The centenarian who climbed out of the window and disappeared and found it to be a nice piece of writing, I now want to give the book to my stepmother as a present, in russian language. I am not able to find the isbn of a russian edition, so after nearly an hour of searching, i come to you and ask for help. Could anyone be so nice and provide me with the isbn of a russian edition?


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So /lit/, a book reccomendation thread. I'm a big fan of historical fiction and am looking for some new books to read. I'm a big fan of Bernard Cornwell (The saxon series, not really into the napoleanic stuff), Conn Iggulden and Christian Jacq. I'm mainly interested in Ancient to Medieval era stuff. Not really looking for anything fantasical or traditional at the moment but I'm open to those if they're outstanding.
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What is the story of Horoscopes? Not interested in becoming a horoscope addict, just interested in expanding my knowledge by earning more about them I'm also interested in reading any good novels that deal with Sagittarius's. Both the mythical creature and any that focus on a man with a Sagittarius sign
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I will tell you a story, /lit/: I used to be an idiot. I used to read fantasy and very tacky, unimaginative books. But then I grew up. I'm looking for actual literature now. Reccomend me some?

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