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In Cold Blood

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Is it /lit/ approved?
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What's the appeal of The Sun Also Rises, /lit/? Having read it, I'm having a really hard time understanding the acclaim surrounding it.
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Any recs for books to read in one sitting? I have a few long plane rides ahead, just picked this one up.
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Do ebonics be serus litery language?
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>le secret identity man xD What is he, fucking Lemony Snickett?
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Why are /lit/ mods retarded cunts? They delete every funny thread, but leave John Green thread #661 and Meme Trilogy thread #18363405827345543588363 up.

What's that book

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I need help remembering a book title. The book is about a wealthy boy in the future, might be 14-16 years old and he lives in a world where New York City is not a place to live anymore for rich people, but you can visit for about a week. It's walled off and he gets sealed in when visiting one day. If you guys can help that would be perfect thank you


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/mysticism/ who here is a fan of mysteries and mysticism? truly it is the highest form of philosophy and theology and poetry! who are your favorite authors? i enjoy rumi, hafez, pseudo-dionysius, meister eckhart, boehme, paracelsus, lao tzu, zhuangzi, etc. anything mystical you're reading? recently, on the occult side of mysticism, i have been reading kenneth grant's nightside of eden -- what a fabulously insane author
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Alright /lit/, since Orthodox Easter is coming up, I decided to have a bit of a rebirth myself by working towards a literary lifestyle. I'm not Orthodox, but whatever. So I was thinking about eliminating most downtime from my daily routine by adding literary activities to better myself and keep away distractions. I'm also taking suggestions. Here's what I have so far: > While eating I'll listen to interviews, readings, conferences and speeches online (DFW has quite a few of those) > I'll read at least a poem a day (I'm not big into poetry, any suggestions for a beginner?) > Since my French is embarrassingly basic, I'll watch/listen to a course everyday (again, taking suggestions on the best ones, I know /lit/ discusses these things from time to time) > I'll add audiobooks to my tablet rather than my music player since it's difficult to rewind on the latter; I'll look like a sperg carrying my tablet around, but whatever > I'll keep a dream journal near my bed at all times, just for the fun of it > Maybe I'll make room for one short story every day, not sure yet > Go for the "such a nerd" option and learn a new word everyday since most if not all online dictionaries offer this option on their front page

/sffg/ Furries in space edition.

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Where were you when Cherryh fags got BTFO? Old thread >>7968907 >Fantasy Selected: http://i.imgur.com/3v2oXAY.jpg (embed) General: http://i.imgur.com/igBYngL.jpg (embed) >Flowchart: http://i.imgur.com/uykqKJn.jpg (embed) >Sci-Fi Selected: http://i.imgur.com/A96mTQX.jpg (embed) General: http://i.imgur.com/r55ODlL.jpg/ http://i.imgur.com/gNTrDmc.jpg (embed) >What are you reading right now? >Have you read Poul Anderson's Boat of a Million Years? >Any other books about immortality?
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Novels that end with the protagonist or a main character becoming 'broken' or greatly more cynical? Thinking along the lines of Full Metal Jacket here, if that helps.
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any philosophy majors here? what do you think of the major? is it hard? is it fun/? interesting? should I do it?
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What's his best play?
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You will never be rich enough to comfortably go to St. Johns. Why even live?
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>one of the only good Christian writers since 1950 >everyone else is a hardcore fedora tipping atheist >tfw he had drug problems, threw a table at Mary Karr, and committed suicide Why are so few modern authors of literary merit Christians?

Were the 1920s the greatest decade in literature?

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In Search of Lost Time; The Trial and A Hunger Artist; The Magic Mountain; Women in Love and Birds, Beasts and Flowers; Mrs Dalloway and To The Lighthouse; Ulysses; The Sound and the Fury; Six Characters in Search of an Author; The Second Coming and Sailing to Byzantium; The Waste Land and The Hollow Men; Hugh Selwyn Mauberley and the first 30 Cantos; Harmonium; White Buildings; Duino Elegies and Sonnets to Orpheus; Gypsy Ballads; Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair; much of Pessoa's work; and so much more were published in just those ten years. Was this the most creatively fecund period in the history of literature?
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just finished this. it wasn't that good. a lot of random bar room banter. seemed more like a collection of short stories. I enjoyed it most when it stuck with one group of characters for a while. the best chapters were when the brae read the ghastly fop. it started off so good on the Cape. it wasn't as funny as I heard it was. what are pinecones other books like compared to this? the writing was great though.
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name some Sci fi or fantasy novels that actually have literary merit (what ever the fuck that means). I'll start vurt - Jeff Noon the once and future king - T.H. White
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>my gaze when i just threw away all my books and stopped reading anyone else post-literature here?
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At what age did you realise your parents are flawed? any particular trait and do you see it in yourself? >They fuck you up, your mum and dad. They may not mean to, but they do. They fill you with the faults they had And add some extra, just for you. But they were fucked up in their turn By fools in old-style hats and coats, Who half the time were soppy-stern And half at one another's throats. Man hands on misery to man. It deepens like a coastal shelf. Get out as early as you can, And don't have any kids yourself.

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