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What texts should be ABSOLUTE mandatory reading before leaving public schooling? My list: The Epic of Gilgamesh The Iliad The Odyssey The Republic The Bible (KJV) The Divine Comedy Hamlet Romeo and Juliet Paradise Lost
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What do you think /lit/? Should this book be moved from the children's section or are the CIS White parents wrong to complain? >[Author] James Dawson criticises parents who attacked his LGBT guide [titled 'This Book Is Gay'] for children >The book has been challenged in Wasilla, Alaska, after a 10-year-old boy picked it up from the juvenile non-fiction shelf of the public library, and his mother was “shocked to find it contained frank drawings and descriptions of gay sex acts inside” Excerpt: "“As with hand jobs and breakfast eggs, all men like their blowjobs differently.” http://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/nov/26/james-dawson-criticises-parents-who-attacked-his-lgbt-guide-for-children

/lit/ writes a book - A Boy called Wolf

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/lit/ is writing an awesome book, just get in the doc and write, write, write! Original doc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1S8m2khM4VLInh87azaQi702LYPXuSmoxlE_kxY-Z2jE/edit?pli=1# What we have so far: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ntfk1PTsiD2E3KabYXS2q4XmgX7f3o7htzkIxsaDGVs/edit?usp=sharing
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Are there any articles like this, but about some author instead? It's about Kubrick's daily routine and habits. This type of stuff is fascinating to me. I'd love to read first-hand accounts of how famous writers spend their time. http://www.krusch.com/kubrick/dayinlife.html

I fell for le follow ur passions XD meme

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56k in debt with a worthless degree in English. Just fuck my shit up.
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>tfw it's coming true hold me bros
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Is it a bad a idea to write a fantasy novel with a setting in which non of the sentient races are human, human-like or even mammalian?
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>Rejected by Oxford >tfw you will probably not get a career in English with a degree from your second choice
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Are any book sites running decent Black Friday deals?

Some Poems

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I'll be dumping some relatively rare poems today, feel free to join me. :)
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Manga with above-average or even /lit/-worthy storytelling?


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Can we have a Goodreads thread that don't get deleted by some mod for whatever reason? Goodreads threads are part of /lit/ why was the last one deleted? Add me if you want: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/2408134-sebastian
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ITT write an ode to the beauty and elegance of a girl's foot

unconscious in literature

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I need to write a paper about the unconscious and its affect on literatur for uni class. Pic related is the starting point. I think that although this topic isn't in generell currency on /lit/, you guys can provide me inspirations. btw is there a pdf freely available of pic related?
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I've never been to /lit/, but could you guys maybe recommend me obscure publishers, archetypes of writers(movements, whatever), or anything else I'm unlikely to have read through googling random terms? I read a book every couple of days, and have been doing this since I was about 13. I got bored in school a lot after finishing work early so I started reading a book a day then, and it's a habit I haven't broken in nearly 15 years. I genuinely feel like I am running out of worthwhile books. I've read a ton of non-fiction, to an exhaustive level for nearly anything I'm interested in, and I feel like I'm running out of fiction that is worthy of my time. For example, I've read everything on the Goodreads top 1000 except for a few modern fantasy type things like Harry Potter, Hitchhikers Guide, etc. Outside of the classics, my focus has mostly been on postmodern stuff outside of the classics/obvious popular choices, so I feel like there may yet be some deep vein of interesting literature I haven't explored, and I'm essentially just making this post in hopes someone will mention something that will give me a new road to travel in reading. My favorite books/works/whatever are: Winesburg, Ohio(and essentially everything else Sherwood Anderson) Wittingstein's Mistress Finnegan's Wake An Anthropologist on Mars Labyrinths(Borges, this title seems like it's probably not unique to the one book) The Canterbury Tales Oh, and for reference, I can read at a workable level in Spanish, French, Italian, and English. I'm working on German, and could probably handle most books in that language at this point. I prefer to read in the original language, but I know one of my weak areas is that I've ignored a great deal of Asian literature. I would love some really solid recommendations in that realm that have great-tier translations.


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So I just finished 'Crime and Punishment' ( The McDuff penguin translation) by dostoyevsky and my god it was excellent. In the past I dismissed it as more dry as a bone 'classic literary fiction', but it completely smashed that assumption, it honestly doesn't read like something written in the 1860's, although possibly this is to do with a contemporary translation. So, questions > Who's read C&P, or any of dostoyesky's other works? > Which translation >Any criticisms > Where should I go from here as someone who immensely enjoyed C&P, should I start on 'The Brothers Kramazov', or take a stab at something like tolstoy
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Do people really take analytical philosophy seriously? It's either a) Sophistry or b) just a long winded way of saying "we're not smarter than Hegel." Can anyone here convince me that there's substance to it? >pic not related
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David Duke or Aleksandr Dugin, which of these two writers would you rather share a house with?
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Who else trying to become Christian? "A Confession" really spoke to me. Are his conclusions valid or is Tolstoy pleb-tier philosophy?

religion in ancient rome

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Could someone point me to a book that is about belief and religion in roman times? or can someone with knowledge answer me this? did "most" romans truly believe in the gods? did they wholeheartedly believe that they existed? would some people be of the opinion that they might have been historical figures of the past that somehow were elevated to deities? do we know of instances of "atheism"? would it be a dangerous thing to proclaim in public? pic sort of related

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