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Hey /lit/ Started reading this. Have absolutely no idea what the fuck Deleuze is saying. Should i continue? Is this because I have not read enough philosophy (this reason is quite probable. If it is this what should i read to prepare myself? ) Does it make more sense the second or third read? Is the effort worth it? Also general philosophy 'what are you reading, what are you struggling with, what are you working on' thread. All philosophy welcome not just continental rubbish.
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What's the most problematic book you've read?
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Anyone have the Islam green pill list?
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DUDE BOOKS LMAO
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>violent >territorial and tribal >mysogyinistic, and will go to extraordinary lengths to rationalize this hatred >obsessed with sex, pornography, and masturbation >obsessed with youth and virginity >disturbing potential for sexual perversion >cannot go a day without thinking about sex >sex sex sex What are some books which can redpill me on men?
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/lit/ Before you say this shit belongs elsewhere, hear me out. By doing this, you'll be putting your literary skills to a test. What triggering posts can you compose? What aweful and truly destructive b8 can you type out? True, this plan isn't at Moriarty proportions, but at least it's at Nicholas Cage National Treasure caliber. Join us, don't be the lame kind of gay.
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>"Anon, welcome aboard. I'll start by introducing the the to you and telling you a little about them." >"This is Jane. She enjoys running marathons for charity. This guy you'll be working with is David. He's a Rhodes Scholar and in his spare time he's the CEO of a charity that raises over $4 million a year for sustainable farming tools for Malawi. Wendy here got her PhD in Physical Chemistry from Berkeley last year and when she's not playing with her kids she still like spending a few evenings a week at her university lab." >"Tell us about yourself Anon! What do you do in your spare time?" >"Just reading...??? Anything else...? Oh..."
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How difficult is it?
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is atheism intellectually shallow?
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What did he mean by this? "On the first part of the journey I was looking at all the life There were plants and birds and rocks and things There was sand and hills and rings The first thing I met was a fly with a buzz And the sky with no clouds The heat was hot and the ground was dry But the air was full of sound I've been through the desert on a horse with no name It felt good to be out of the rain In the desert you can remember your name 'Cause there ain't no one for to give you no pain La, la"
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ITT: awkward endeavors and confessions regarding /lit/erature-related things.
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>have a decent idea for a book >can't write decent prose How do I die?
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Out of all the meme novels which one is the friendliest to people who have never read anything supper long?
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Do you believe in free will? why or why not?
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everyone's favorite booktuber is now a NY times best selling author. have you read zenith yet?
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What are some of the best female characters in literature who's NOT (!) a Manic Pixie Dream Girl™ or a shallow cliché in other ways (like the Whore™, Madonna™, etc)? I'm looking for the female Raskolnikov, sort of.

/k/ Reads a Book

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And shits on it, because it is terrible https://www.traditionalright.com/victoria/ >>>/k/30422117 >>>/k/30443812
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I'M TIRED OF THIS BITCH TELLING ME ABOUT THE TWENTY DIFFERENT GODS THERE WERE, PLEASE SAVE ME /LIT/, JUST TELL ME ALL I NEED TO KNOW SO I CAN MOVE ON TO THE ILLIAD
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>I don't like the main character, therefore this story sucks. Do men do this as much as women? Seems like you can pick any classic and find a high-rated review on Goodreads by a girl bemoaning how much she hates the main character. Is there any method more plebeian for judging a book?
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how do i into literary criticism? i want to write something like one of the essays in pic related for my thesis. so far I have Mimesis by Auerbach, but not much more. Should I read A. C. Bradley? Nabokov's lectures?






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