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Libgen.info is down. library.nu is long since dead. Anyone out there have any sites specifically made for downloading books similar to the two I stated? FYI: I'm trying to find books I need for school and I'm on a tight budget. If I could afford them I would buy them and besides I don't live in the U.S. so getting books is a hassle. (Minimum wage where I live = $500 USD, cannot afford expensive books.) THANK YOU.
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What are some good high fantasy books? I've read the Drizzt trilogy, LOTR, and I'm starting Dragonlance, but from what I've gathered from critic sites and forums, these and most high fantasy books are seen as mediocre at best. I don't read much outside of studying, so I can't say my taste is very developed. What are some books I could read to give myself a better taste of good /lit/erature? Keeping in mind that I prefer the D&D and high fantasy settings.
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What does /lit/ think of this? Should I read it?
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how does one learn and cultivate the skill of reflect on life?
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Got this for christmas and was initially going to return it, but after reading about it I'm not sure anymore. Have you read it? Would you recomend it?
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Anyone know of a good book to read while tired/going to bed/out of it? Pic unrelated
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Well, /lit/, I took your word for it and read this. What the fuck. This book is terrible. It's barely concealed author-insert Mary Sue adolescent wish-fulfillment. I've heard the defense: "Oh, you're not supposed to like him! That's why he lost!", etc., but I don't buy it. tl;dr, I was disappointed and I'm looking for some good fantasy fiction. I know, it doesn't exist, etc., post up your best Tolkien-clones.
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Hey /lit/ can you help me find this short story I have been looking everywhere for. I believe it was called 'Patient 27' or 'subject 27' or something along those lines, and it is about a drunk author who is writing anonymously about short stories and things that had happened in his life. He has an uncle who likes to smell things, and as far as I can recall, he got into a motorbike accident. The story ends when he says some philosophical thing like "None of these stories make sense, but the train does" and "It is too much effort to think about all these things" or something like that. I can't find it anywhere. Pic unrelated.
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I've decided that I want to try to write a novel. The only problem is, I have no idea what to write about. Here's the deal: >Post ending in 43 decides the main character's name >Post ending in 69 decides the name of the protagonist's love interest >Post ending in 37 decides the villan's name >Post ending in 54 decides the setting/story

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Hey /lit/, I'm looking for a fairly short story, and I'm fairly certain the author is of Asian decent. I remember reading it a few months ago on the interwebs. It's about two people that believe themselves to be strangers, but are actually one another's perfect match. There may have been some past life stuff. It's a fairly sad tale. I've been trying to Google it to no avail. Any help would be awesome. I'm not expecting much, but if anyone by some slight chance knows what I'm talking about, I'd be really grateful.
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Thoughts on The Master and Margarita?
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I just bought this book for 19 dollars, is it any good? I bought it because I already have every book I'm interested in at the moment. There's reviews online, sure, but the user submitted ones all seem like they were written by huge fans of the author. I purchased it just to read about a piece of shit, mostly, but are there any redeeming qualities?
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Why is Stephen King considered a bad writer to you guys? Pic unrelated
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Hello /lit/, I am wondering if you can help me out. I am in a sex ed class and the teacher has assigned a book report. I have to find any sort of sex book that is non fiction, check it with the teacher, read it, and do a book report on it. I have decided to do a book report on fetish and I am wondering if there are any informative books to read on fetishes?
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College admission essay tips?
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perhaps i'm just a fucking idiot but i'm getting bored with this around 200. i know he likes to fuck with structure but it seems that he abandons his storytelling instincts for the sake of playing to the intellect.
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Anybody read this? Is the trilogy any good?
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Who are some of the best black poets of all time (that aren't yeezy ;-))?
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I've come to you with a personal problem, but that I think only you could bring something to the table to help me as it is related to narrative structures and psychanalysis. I can't stop dreaming. I mean at night, asleep, that kind of dream My dreams are way too vivid, too much for me to handle, I always remember them, every night, and there is a clear narrative going on that I can't escape to wake up. They are long, they last an entire day of life at least. There is always something to do, somewhere to go, something to say to someone that I always lose it because I wake up. I can go back to the dream and continue it, but there is no end, that just adds one more thing to do. So this gives me a weird feeling that coming back to sleep is not the laziest thing to do, but that waking up is, for I'd be running from the work and life that the dream puts in front of me. Like a second life entirely. Falling asleep is smooth and I see myself giving up being awake at some point in the night, but waking up is a jump and gives the feeling of guilty of leaving something behind. This happends when I have to wake up(with an alarm) and when I don't have to (weekends). Can literary theory help me? When to write "the end" to an narrative and how to? Is the answer for this in Jung? Lacan? ...or even in Campbell and Bettelheim? What to so I can feel more satisfied with the disclosure of my dreams and wake up well?
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Gimme some surrealist poetry/literature recommendations. Mostly looking for poetry, though. Thanks in advance.

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