[  3  /  a  /  adv  /  an  /  c  /  cgl  /  ck  /  cm  /  co  /  diy  /  fa  /  fit  /  g  /  i  /  ic  /  jp  /  k  /  lit  /  m  /  mlp  /  mu  /  n  /  o  /  p  /  po  /  q  /  sci  /  sp  /  tg  /  toy  /  trv  /  tv  /  v  /  vg  /  vp  /  w  /  wg  /  wsg  /  x  ]

/lit/ Literature

Threads added between 2016/03/09 and 2016/03/16

Threads by date

From 2016/03/09 22:00 to 2016/03/10 04:00 (0)
From 2016/03/10 04:00 to 2016/03/10 10:00 (0)
From 2016/03/10 10:00 to 2016/03/10 16:00 (0)
From 2016/03/10 16:00 to 2016/03/10 22:00 (0)
From 2016/03/10 22:00 to 2016/03/11 04:00 (0)
From 2016/03/11 04:00 to 2016/03/11 10:00 (1)
From 2016/03/11 10:00 to 2016/03/11 16:00 (0)
From 2016/03/11 16:00 to 2016/03/11 22:00 (2)
From 2016/03/11 22:00 to 2016/03/12 04:00 (6)
From 2016/03/12 04:00 to 2016/03/12 10:00 (6)
From 2016/03/12 10:00 to 2016/03/12 16:00 (0)
From 2016/03/12 16:00 to 2016/03/12 22:00 (2)
From 2016/03/12 22:00 to 2016/03/13 04:00 (5)
From 2016/03/13 04:00 to 2016/03/13 10:00 (5)
From 2016/03/13 10:00 to 2016/03/13 16:00 (1)
From 2016/03/13 16:00 to 2016/03/13 22:00 (0)
From 2016/03/13 22:00 to 2016/03/14 04:00 (1)
From 2016/03/14 04:00 to 2016/03/14 10:00 (1)
From 2016/03/14 10:00 to 2016/03/14 16:00 (0)
From 2016/03/14 16:00 to 2016/03/14 22:00 (0)
From 2016/03/14 22:00 to 2016/03/15 04:00 (1)
From 2016/03/15 04:00 to 2016/03/15 10:00 (0)
From 2016/03/15 10:00 to 2016/03/15 16:00 (2)
From 2016/03/15 16:00 to 2016/03/15 22:00 (8)
From 2016/03/15 22:00 to 2016/03/16 04:00 (0)
From 2016/03/16 04:00 to 2016/03/16 10:00 (0)
From 2016/03/16 10:00 to 2016/03/16 16:00 (1)
From 2016/03/16 16:00 to 2016/03/16 22:00 (0)
From 2016/03/16 22:00 to 2016/03/17 04:00 (0)

Most viewed threads in this category

Some tips for my Kickstarter campaign for my novel?

53 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/773549353/el-dorado-a-tale-of-the-nuclear-apocalypse Here's a link. Can you guys tell me how I can make it better? Or how I can garner more supporters to back my project up? Also if you guys want to check my novel out, there should be a link. Thanks guys.
0 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
is there a liberal equivalent to this book? i'm trying to teach myself economics and i want to hear both sides of the story. not sure if this is a dumb question
1 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
Will reading this be a waste of time?
77 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
I have recently been exposed to the concept of antinatalism and well, it doesn't sit right with me. But that is about all I have. I cannot find a rational argument against it and on the internet at least it usually seems like the antinatalist is trying to engage other people in thoughtful discussion but they just insist he is depressed and that he should kill himself. If anything that kind of knee-jerk reaction just pushes me further into this philosophy of total cynicism. So I am asking here what are some actual logical moral arguments against antinatalism? Why is it wrong?
4 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
So did he ever end up finding a solution to resentment or what?

Bookshelf Thread

64 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
Let's see those Friday morning bookshelves, and have some cozy literary discussions. Currently reading the two on the right, but I've been flipping through some other shorter works recently (some of Borges short stories, Orwell essays, The New York Trilogy, and the odd Shakespeare poem). Any suggestions for someone starting to feel burnt out on reading? I haven't run into this problem before. What do you anons find works best? Just push forward and get through it, switch to reading shorter stuff, or take a break to recoup your drive?
19 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
So... I implore you to bear with me here /lit/. Of the books on my reading list I thought I'd give Lolita a go, however I was very tired, and thought I'd watch the 1887 movie first, having been directed by Kubrik and being a fan of Mr. Irons. I've just finished watching the movie and I am left... Bewildered and bereft. What concerns me is that I don't exactly know why. The ending was bizzare to say the least but it wasn't the most shocking film I'd ever seen by any means. Why am I left hurt? I don't understand. What I mean is why this movie, of any to do this to me? I am interested in the portrayal of these characters, is the book any different from the story presented to us in the movie? Also Humbert repeatedly tells us how much he loved the girl, but did he really? Or was he in love (obsessed) with the idea of her? Not the she was a child obviously, though I understand that is a major theme but what she ultimately represented? Why was he so obsessed with her? Hold me, /lit/,
6 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
I made an alt account just to say this but I actually like Murakami. His novels are full of feelings and I could actually connect to some of the familiarity of life it captures.
7 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
>download an epub >only 20 pages long
3 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
So guys, today I uh..well...well I successfully jerked off to a poem today. I thought about the look of it, how slim and organized it looked, and it actually got me all the way there. Now could this just be because I was beating it or could I have an actual poem fetish? Pic related. I beat it to Lady Lazarus.
137 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
Write what's on your mind.

ITT: tales from high school English class

34 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
>be in high school English class >be reading Nineteen Eighty-Four together >every kid pauses at the end of the line rather at the end of the sentence >mfw What stories do my fellow anons have?
31 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
Where do I start with Nietzsche? What are his easiest works?
23 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
What books celebrate the inherent glory of war and the greatness of conquest? I'm tired of pacifist borecore


8 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
Does anyone have any memoirs to recommend? Looking to read some.
20 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
Any good books related to Christianity?

Is Žižek a rightist?

49 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
According to World Socialist Web Site, Žižek is now a member of the European New Right. Welcome, Žižek https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2016/02/08/zize-f08.html >The starting point of Žižek’s tirades are the events of New Year’s Eve in Cologne, which he terms an “obscene carnival of the lower classes.” The incidents in Cologne have been systematically blown out of proportion by the media in order to whip up a hysterical campaign against immigrants and Muslims. To date, there is no evidence that anything happened other than what regularly takes place in similar mass gatherings where much alcohol is involved. >...[Žižek] repeatedly warns the readers of Der Spiegel not to be swayed by sympathy for the fate of refugees. “Even if many immigrants are more or less victims who have fled from devastated countries, this does not prevent them behaving despicably.” And, “The fact that someone is at the bottom, does not make them automatically a voice of morality and justice.” >The assumption that “behind the vicious circle of desire, envy and hatred” (feelings he sweepingly ascribes to immigrant youth) there lies “any deeper human core of global solidarity” Žižek calls “part of a naive, humanist metaphysics.” >He fumes against “the politically correct liberal left,” which is mobilizing its resources to downplay the incident in Cologne, and refers to “efforts to enlighten immigrants” as “breathtaking stupidity.” They did not behave out of ignorance in Cologne, but “because they want to violate our sensitivities.” >Following one of his idols, the French philosopher and Maoist Alain Badiou, Žižek divides mankind into “three kinds of subjects”–a “Western, ‘civilized, bourgeois, liberal-democratic subject”; “those who do not belong to the West and who are obsessed by their longing for the West”; and finally, “those fascistic nihilists whose envy of the West is transformed into a deadly self-destructive hatred.” >The colonialist model of this scheme is obvious. On one side, the civilized West and the local elites who are obsessed with the “longing for the West”; on the other side, the barbarian savages whom the West must bring under control in cooperation with the local elites—the “white man’s burden”, as it was called by Rudyard Kipling. Under the banner of such conceptions, the imperialist powers have committed unspeakable crimes in the past 150 years and massacred millions of people. >Žižek’s practical conclusions go exactly in this direction, as he explained in more detail in his interview with Die Welt. They would garner him applause at any Pegida rally and qualify him for membership in the far-right Alternative for Germany.

The Girl With All The Gifts

1 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
It was pretty damn good.
47 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
>Harry Potter and the Sorcer's Stone.pdf >ctrl+f: Stretched his legs >1308 results Wtf
11 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
>wage cuck job >part time >working 45 hours next week How the fuck do you guys find time to read in your lives? Unless you're all neet of course. Every single time I'm off work now, I just wanna lay back and recharge.

[  3  /  a  /  adv  /  an  /  c  /  cgl  /  ck  /  cm  /  co  /  diy  /  fa  /  fit  /  g  /  i  /  ic  /  jp  /  k  /  lit  /  m  /  mlp  /  mu  /  n  /  o  /  p  /  po  /  q  /  sci  /  sp  /  tg  /  toy  /  trv  /  tv  /  v  /  vg  /  vp  /  w  /  wg  /  wsg  /  x  ]

Contact me | All the content on this website come from 4chan.org. All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective parties. Images uploaded are the responsibility of the Poster. Comments are owned by the Poster.

Dofus quêtes

Page loaded in 0.056957 seconds.