[  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 2016/08/17 and 2016/08/24

Threads by date

From 2016/08/17 22:00 to 2016/08/18 04:00 (1)
From 2016/08/18 04:00 to 2016/08/18 10:00 (0)
From 2016/08/18 10:00 to 2016/08/18 16:00 (0)
From 2016/08/18 16:00 to 2016/08/18 22:00 (1)
From 2016/08/18 22:00 to 2016/08/19 04:00 (1)
From 2016/08/19 04:00 to 2016/08/19 10:00 (1)
From 2016/08/19 10:00 to 2016/08/19 16:00 (2)
From 2016/08/19 16:00 to 2016/08/19 22:00 (7)
From 2016/08/19 22:00 to 2016/08/20 04:00 (3)
From 2016/08/20 04:00 to 2016/08/20 10:00 (0)
From 2016/08/20 10:00 to 2016/08/20 16:00 (1)
From 2016/08/20 16:00 to 2016/08/20 22:00 (2)
From 2016/08/20 22:00 to 2016/08/21 04:00 (9)
From 2016/08/21 04:00 to 2016/08/21 10:00 (0)
From 2016/08/21 10:00 to 2016/08/21 16:00 (1)
From 2016/08/21 16:00 to 2016/08/21 22:00 (3)
From 2016/08/21 22:00 to 2016/08/22 04:00 (5)
From 2016/08/22 04:00 to 2016/08/22 10:00 (6)
From 2016/08/22 10:00 to 2016/08/22 16:00 (6)
From 2016/08/22 16:00 to 2016/08/22 22:00 (7)
From 2016/08/22 22:00 to 2016/08/23 04:00 (1)
From 2016/08/23 04:00 to 2016/08/23 10:00 (1)
From 2016/08/23 10:00 to 2016/08/23 16:00 (2)
From 2016/08/23 16:00 to 2016/08/23 22:00 (8)
From 2016/08/23 22:00 to 2016/08/24 04:00 (5)
From 2016/08/24 04:00 to 2016/08/24 10:00 (2)
From 2016/08/24 10:00 to 2016/08/24 16:00 (2)
From 2016/08/24 16:00 to 2016/08/24 22:00 (10)
From 2016/08/24 22:00 to 2016/08/25 04:00 (5)

Most viewed threads in this category

20 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
What does /lit/ think of Ezra Pound?

/lit/'s favorite booktuber

198 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
>"Fundamental and definitive statement: I will NOT read ANYTHING for free. You HAVE TO pay me. Period." >"You can find out more about me by watching all of my reviews, and that is all I care to share on the subject." >"Want my attention? Give me money. I will not read his/her work for free, ever, ever, ever." >"I cannot afford to waste my time. My time is very, very valuable." >"Novels $1/page, short material $50/hr (no guarantee of review)" Oh boy, looks like those 10k subscribers got to his head. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRUZTXHUSBU
0 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
Can I get some red-pilled poetry up in here?
49 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
Any worthy black literature? For lack of a better word, redpilled and black.
0 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
6 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
What does /lit/ think about Romance of the Three Kingdoms (and Chinese books in general)?
33 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
>Giant Spider What did he mean by this?
56 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
What makes Pynchon so special for you, /lit/? From what I can see, he's just another run-of-the-mill postmodernist in American literature. p.s. I'm not American.
7 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
Chuck Palahniuk is my favorite author.
27 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
What's the difference between a pseud and an actual intellectual?
165 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
>There can be little doubt that Nietzsche is the most important figure in modern atheism, but you would never know it from reading the current crop of unbelievers, who rarely cite his arguments or even mention him. Today’s atheists cultivate a broad ignorance of the history of the ideas they fervently preach, and there are many reasons why they might prefer that the 19th-century German thinker be consigned to the memory hole. With few exceptions, contemporary atheists are earnest and militant liberals. Awkwardly, Nietzsche pointed out that liberal values derive from Jewish and Christian monotheism, and rejected these values for that very reason. There is no basis—whether in logic or history—for the prevailing notion that atheism and liberalism go together. Illustrating this fact, Nietzsche can only be an embarrassment for atheists today. Worse, they can’t help dimly suspecting they embody precisely the kind of pious freethinker that Nietzsche despised and mocked: loud in their mawkish reverence for humanity, and stridently censorious of any criticism of liberal hopes. https://newrepublic.com/article/117082/nietzsche-and-death-god-new-books-peter-watson-terry-eagleton
1 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
Lit, I want a book that you don't read for pleasure, I want a book that you read for knowledge beyond your wildest imagination. I want it to be knowledge akin to this moment in Le Sacre Du Printemps which I marked in the video https://youtu.be/9wK8fSkjOy0?t=458 wait for the end of the buildup.
10 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
How accurate is this image?

Is My Struggle a meme?

14 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
Or should I read it? What makes it so good?
7 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
why aren't millennials getting published?
0 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
How do you feel about political correctness being enforced on authors today? Worldcon editor Dave Truesdale was ejected from a panel after speaking about the culture of censorship that's being pushed among SFF communities.The event was recorded, and now Jonathan Straham who was instrumental in ejecting Truesdale has demanded the video not be released. https://twitter.com/LissaKay/status/767128084600479744 https://twitter.com/MidAmeriCon2/status/767066848034689024 This case and the fallout on social media exposes a growing number of readers and writers who are rebelling against the authoritarian dominance of social justice types that control the scene, such as worldcon. Why does objecting to the policing of these concerns immediately make one a far right/bigot/sad puppy/etc? Why can you not comment on the lockstep narrative that demonizes anyone who questions it as the enemy? The knee-jerk response is to conflate critics of authoritarians with nazis, abusers and any other enemy the far left dreams up. Why can't you even talk about this?
2 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]

FW Thread

15 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
For all of the memeing about this book, I want to see some actual discussion with people who have read it/are reading it I've been at it two months as a large reading project (been reading lighter stuff as an aside) with annotations, and it's slowly but surely becoming a favorite. That one audio of Joyce reading out a passage really gave loads of context as to with what voice to approach it, and with the aid of notes I have a general idea of the plot and characters, but the prose is fucking glorious Any thoughts?


13 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
Hey /lit/, I'm snooping around the apartment of a hipster girl I'm dating, and I'm wondering if she's patrician. I found small book/CD collections, and here's what she has: > books Robert Louis Stevenson - Kidnapped James Joyce - A Portrait of the Artist As a Young Man Stefan Zweig - Beware of Pity Koushun Takami - Battle Royale Joseph Campbell - The Hero With a Thousand Faces Walker Hamilton - All the Little Animals William Gibson - Count Zero Haruki Murakami - Kafka On the Shore Neal Stephenson - The Diamond Age Stefan Zweig - The Collected Novellas Ovid - Amores I Haruki Murakami - 1Q84 > CDs Knapsack - Day Three of My New Life Jawbreaker - 24 Hour Revenge Therapy Brian Eno - Here Come the Warm Jets Television - Marquee Moon Fugazi - Red Medicine Sunny Day Real Estate - Diary The Jesus and Mary Chain - Psychocandy The Wedding Present - Seamonsters thoughts are very appreciated
17 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: ]
When did you finally grow out of the opinion Dostoevskij > Tolstoj?

[  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 0.082452 seconds.