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>"What's so unpleasant about being drunk?" >"You ask a glass of water." >Arthur thought about this. I don't get it. Is this a joke?

Japanese /lit/ folder

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Hello Japanophi/lit/es, quick survey here. I'm working on a v9 of the Jap lit folder but it's getting bigger and bigger, file-size wise. v8 was already like 150-170 MB which was insane. I'm not the guy who usually updates it, so I'm wondering what to do. Its large size is caused by pretty large PDF files of scanned books, but there's also multiple versions in weird formats for the same book. For example, for Mishima's Sea of Fertility, there are like 8 versions and I can't see the point of it. I mean, I don't think anybody reads ebooks in lit, prc, fb2 and all those weird formats other than EPUB or MOBI. So, what I plan to do is only leave EPUB, MOBI and PDF (if scanned or available) versions and remove those 'duplicates'. What do you think?
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My favorite directors are Godard, Tarkovsky, Bergman, Antonioni, Resnais, Melville, Fellini, Malle and Bresson. Who are yours?
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“Atheists believe man is inherently good and that all evil comes from religion. If all religion is created by man and not God, then man must be fundamentally evil as man created religion.” Can someone please explain what false logic is being used here? My primary thought was that it was a fallacy of affirming the consequence but now I am not so convinced.
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Oh boy, this is so silly, I almost feel bad for asking, b-but can you guys recommend me science fiction books with transhumanist themes?
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Will I be able to understand anything in this book if I am mathematically retarded?
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>The Book of Disquiet >Dem feels
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Hey, /lit/. Can you suggest some good YouTube channels that discuss literature, philosophy, religion, history, and basically anything that can reasonably be considered "on topic" to /lit/?
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What does /lit/ think of Heinlein? Is it just Randian nonsense, because I see them referenced together a lot.
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>tfw you get your both of your ex-girlfriends (who are now your best friends), your father, and your male best bud infinite jest for christmas what books did you get your friends and family, /lit/?
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Who's your 1D waifu /lit/?
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What are your favorite history books, /lit/?
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There will be a Calibre server running 24/7 if anyone is interested in Kindle compatible books. You can access it at http://ruxx.asuscomm.com:8080/ If anyone has any books to add you can: 1.) Use a FTP client like Filezilla and connect to ftp://ruxx.asuscomm.com/PENDRIVE/ebook, no username or password required. 2.) Add the files to the folder 3.) Books will be autoconverted to .mobi and added to Calibre library available at http://ruxx.asuscomm.com:8080/
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>not keeping a dream journal >not using the surreal settings and events as bases for your stories or poems that no one will ever read
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Hey lit, First of all, merry Christmas/Hanukkah/whatever it is you celebrate. I recently read The Road by Cormac McCarthy and I've never been so touched (inb4 faggot) by a book before. Just the way that the man put everything into protecting the boy from the impossible reality was... Chilling. Anyways, I want to read more of his writing but don't know where to start. Is there any other book that stacks up to this one? Thanks.
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Alright lit. It's time to be the decider. If I were going to be the most important writer of my generation, would I: A. play the literary game, submit to a million failing lit mags until I am able to get some stupid and desperate literary agent to half heartedly peddle my work to a publisher and then hope that one book sells well so that I can gain financial independence and fame enough to self-publish. or B. Do I create a website for my work and Radiohead the damn thing until I get enough of a fan base that a publishing company will want me and then sign my life over to them and take advantage of the massive advantage and bias that previously successful authors get, riding out my career into oblivion.
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This is quite a lovely tale that I wrote and didn't get to finish when I was 10-years-old. once upon a time in kinktown there was a boy who loves b-ball his name is cecil and he was adopted by a person named sicily and virgina so then they drove to wal*mart to get ingredients for lamb chop stew so they got the food and went home to make dinner so cecil and his dad sicily went up stairs to his new room so they got there and cecil met his new brother bob so then sicily got cecil the spare inflateible bed so then sicily went down stairs and went to help his wife so then cecil sat on the bed and...oh wait there ages are cecil is 16 soon to be 17 sicily is 28 virginia is 27 bob is 9 now on with the story...bob asked if cecil wanted to play some pac-man fuck you said cecil Shocked goes bob MOOOOOOOOOOM says bob fuckin tattletale says cecil *mom burst's in* what says virginia he said the F word mom says bob is this true cecil says virginia no says cecil then bobby lee smith do not lie about cecil says virgina Razz goes cecil mom leaves *cecil lies down on the bed* *cecil falls asleep* DINNER yells mom *cecil wakes up* *cecil runs down the stairs to the table* *the family does a blessing* let's dig in says bob *the family eats the stew* *the family finishs dinner* good night says the family cecil and bob walk up the stairs and get in bed both cecil and bob sleep *cecil dreams of going to school* *then wakes up* *cecil and bob go down to the table* *they eat breakfast and go outside and wait for the school bus* *cecil sees a sexy girl he wants to fuck* hi says cecil hi says girl whats your name says cecil whats yours says girl mines cecil says cecil what a pretty name says girl mines stephanie says stephanie nice to meet you stephanie same to you cecil *the bus arives* *everyone gets on the bus* *cecil sits close to stephanie* hi again says cecil same to you cecil says stephanie *the bus gets to school* *time flys* *everyone waits for the bus*
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I haven't written anything for ages; I have been pondering on life for a while and want to get back to writing but feel a bit anxious about it. I just sit infront of a white sheet and I get terrified of writing the wrong things. What do I do?

Hard Sci-Fi thread

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Some time ago I made a hard sci-fi thread, mostly focused on Vernor Vinge. I ended getting some interesting recommendations, one of which was Babel-17. I quite enjoyed it. I recall seeing references to it back when I was young and interested in linguistics, I had never gotten around to reading it after but I'm glad I did now. Things I didn't like (or at least thought were quaint): >believes strong Sapir-Whorf hypothesis >obsessed with how awesome threesomes are >obsessed with how awesome body mods are >irritating azn mary sue >Jebel's strategy names sound REALLY silly >Gibraltar is a cool name for a ship, but the etymology given is dumb and wrong >technology, politics and mechanics of interstellar society not well explained >"translating home into Yiridian takes 60 pages" is bullshit >"-Bond? -It's from mythology." >Algol >Lojban >computers fry when exposed to paradox >Excessive shoehorning of space culture into age of sail sailor culture >I have no fucking idea how discorporates work >whole platoon of soldiers is basically one character >Rydra's "poetry" is fucking godawful Things I liked: >linguistics theme >interesting premise (Lojban-like constructed language that makes you think better) >body modded characters are pretty cool >interesting plot >discorporates sound interesting
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Is this sentence grammatically correct?






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