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The Way of the Pilgrim

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Can we talk about this book? It is really one of the most beautiful novels ever written. For those of you who aren't familiar with it, it was found in a monastery in the 19th Century, and is about a wandering Christian looking to learn the secret of ceaseless prayer. for those interested, here is a collection of FAQ's (for Catholics, atheists, Protestants, etc.) and a reading list for Orthodox Christianity: http://pastebin.com/bN1ujq2x
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Jungians of lit, I have a question for you. Is there anywhere in the Jungian literature (his contemporaries included) dealing with the subject of pedophilia, more specifically hebephilia? I have read much of Jung, Marie-Louis Von Franz, and Robert Johnson but I haven't seen this subject dealt with in the least. Perhaps I just haven't read the right books. I have to deal with this sexual orientation and I am looking for a solution through Jungian analysis if there even is such a thing. It is quite painful and shameful to have to avert my eyes every time I'm in a public place and see a quite underage girl pass by. I look into her eyes and see the possibility of completion but then I have to stab myself in the heart and scream "Stop it you fool!" because I am aware of the consequences for both her and myself. I'm 30 years old and have never and would never act on my feelings and I need to deal with these feelings in a constructive manner because it's quite toxic at this point. >inb4 kill yourself I prefer life affirmation.
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What's the /lit/ opinion on audiobooks? Is listening to famous and critical works via audiobook equivalent to reading the same book online or through hardcopy?
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If Brave New World is literature, then so is this.
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Am I about to get memed?
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Are there any noteworthy/good books on the Sengoku Jidai period in Asia?
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What book will convince me that there is anything more to life than masturbating and shitposting and having no friends and so on
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What is the deal with the story in the Bible about Jesus cursing a fig tree so that it may no longer bear fruit? What is the meaning of that story? For what purpose does it serve? And why would Jesus curse the tree? The tree is not a sentient creature and is not responsible for its actions. why Jesus, why?

General Critique Thread

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The man—or in some cases, child—who is impaired either physically, mentally, or both, has the luxury of lowered standards in whatever he endeavors to achieve. The ears of his audience become deaf to flat notes while the eyes of his parents become blind to crooked lines and warped symmetry. Nets don’t hang as high and are left wide open. The outcome of what the impaired manages to accomplish is an afterthought—mere appearance of exertion is considered sufficient, even praiseworthy. Our expectations of such people are not diminished to protect them, but to guard ourselves. The difference between us is in degree, not category. Underestimating the impaired provides a convenient way to overestimate the distance between ourselves and them. The praise with which they are readily showered is thought of as compensation for their endless failures and innate lack of potential. But where is this praise for the average and slightly less-than-average man who also fails each day? Does he not also sweat and strain for hours upon hours? He does. Still, the average man remains unseen because he is not the best and he is not the best at being the worst. A cognitive handicap at least offers immunity from a far more insidious and soul-eroding variety—an acute awareness of failure. How many individuals endlessly claw their way up statistical mountains in the shape of bell curves for intelligence, income, and fitness, only to tire just before the top, or to reach the peak and find that they cannot make it down the other side where excellence is promised—but never guaranteed—below? Where is their pat on the back? Where are the accolades and standing ovations for those condemned to an existence of perpetual grayness? Do not pity the impaired. Pity yourself.
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Do you go on goodreads? If so, why?
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>The Croning is the greatest horror novel of the 21st century Is this the only thing that /lit/ unanomously agrees on?
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>life is 30-40% over >only read 3% of Western canon >80% of my waking hours go to turning wageslave levers at a cog factory >the remaining 20% are only good for spacing out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwYX52BP2Sk
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how would you describe this series?
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What're some books that have similar quality and feels as pic related?

The Bard goes bare: The Tempest performed naked in New York

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http://www.theguardian.com/stage/2016/may/20/shakespeare-the-tempest-nude-central-park-new-york-women :^)

Do Sargon a Solid

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https://www.change.org/p/universities-suspend-social-justice-in-universities?lang=en-GB >Cmon in /lit/ there must reside some inherently logical people on this board be you, liberal, christian, atheist, Gay/Queer, or /Pol/ we all can concede to the idea that Social Justice is helping only a few and stifling actual progress.
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Did cyberpunk become obsolete because it, unlike biopunk, failed to recognize that Cartesian dualism got proven false by analytical philosophy?
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Should I be embarrassed to read this in public? I feel like I need to read it at least once but I don't want my barista to think I'm a pleb.
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>"Hang on. You mean to tell me you're not using the Queer theory in your paper to analyze the campaigns of Julius Caesar? Risky move there Anon..."

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