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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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Just wondering what /lit/ thinks of this saga. I personally have read them all a few times and though they are not the greatest peace of literature ever, I still found them very enjoyable.
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Is it just me or is this not that good? >feels slightly overwritten, and I liked all his other stuff Archy feels like Grady Tripp from wonder boys, he let's his life run out of control and is careless, but Archy isn't explored as much because everything is spread so thin between characters. It has no plot (inb4 reading for plot) but the characters really aren't making up for it at all. Also, I know I'm infected by ADD internet culture, but does anyone else think that an author writing a book over 400 pages is really fucking pushing it? Fair enough if it's your masterpiece like IJ, GR, K&C or whatever, but not for regular stuff like this.
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>mfw neurological determinism refutes my entire philosophical system >still boned Simone de Beauvoir, though

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Hey...Hey! Mister writer! Don't cha wanna submit to TAR this month? You could win some money.... >https://theaprilreader.wordpress.com >https://theaprilreader.wordpress.com >https://theaprilreader.wordpress.com >Have I posted this too many times yet? After a short hiatus, we're bringing back cash awards for authors this month. A modest award sum at $30, but it is the least we can do. If anyone feels like submitting content, our email is theaprilreader@gmail.com. We take fiction, poetry, non-fiction, and virtually anything else capable of being pasted on a page that you're willing to throw at us. Chances are most of you already know this and are familiar with us, but in case not: TAR is a non-profit magazine for writers that has been on /lit/ since the dawn of time. Seriously, this is our 22nd issue and we've already been going for a year As per usual, if anyone feels inclined to make some suggestions we're always open to discuss that too. Thanks /lit/
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So, I'm wasted and I feel like writing a bit. So I'll just start by describing my apartment. Herr goes! The table was solid; we had a couple dozen bottles on it. The glasses clattering together, on any given day, were nothing out of the ordinary. There was no shortage of alcohol, but maybe a bit more inspiration could do us some good. Only a couple of us were writers, two to be precise. One of the more literary of us was busy spilling his guts in the bathroom. His fluids splashing against the toilet bowl was never an unexpected event... he was a skinny little bastard, who never prided himself on holding his liquor. A single, yellow bulb above the sink was all that lit the grimy kitchen during these nights. A twelve dollar fifth of Even Williams Bourbon was the only comfort to be had on such a lonely occasion (now that he had stumbled to bed). Needless to say, I was bored. I had just recited "The man who taught his asshole to talk" (from Naked Lunch), practically from memory, to my roommate. He claimed to love it, but waited no more than two minutes before rushing to the bathroom to vomit once again. It was quiet now... only the humming of the thirty year old fluorescent "COLD BEER" light remained. "Well... what now?", I wondered to myself. I had been writing poetry for the past year (to no serious avail). What was I doing? I had to attempt something respectable before the end of the year, but nothing really stood out. But, I was determined. After all, I saw my writing as a sort of "on-going suicide note". Basically, that anything I wrote during the duration of my life would prove to be my final words, in the event that I would go out by being stuck by a bus, or cut down in some convenience store robbery. But, I had nothing. Even the moleskin I toted around was full of junk. It was only now that I realized I would die living my worst fear... being a shit writer. "Oh well", I thought... at least I tried.
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why do people think marx/communism is at all relevant in this day and age??
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Is there an Eastern Canon? I've never read an eastern book before and would like to know where to start.
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Does anyone find Eastern Philosophy profoundly apathetic? Roughly speaking, if we can't ultimately know new things since there's no objective knowledge, if the more you strive to achieve your goals the more you get away from them and if you try to find meaning in your reality and life experience you will end up even more confused and meaningless, why the fuck do we live for? I can't conceive myself as a dust speck moved around by blind and random forces. If one must seek enlightenment by the way of nothingness, why not blowing my brains out and achieve full nothingness?
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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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So I just finished this book. Did anyone else enjoy it?
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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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