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What does it mean to be red pilled? Have such people come to reality as it really is?
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Where can I download school textbooks for free? Like torrent?
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Hey guys, According to Harold Bloom, Infinite Jest isn't part of the Western Canon. How does this make you feel?
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hey /lit/ when im on #bookz and i put in the line of text to download the book....how long would it take usually? i typed in !FlipMoran Cultural Anthropology -A Global Perspective (2012) - Raymond Scupin.pdf ::INFO:: 22.3MB and waited a couple minutes and it didnt download....sorry im totally new at IRC i managed to download a .txt of some search results but im at a loss as to why it won't download the book anyone able to help? pic is from the ED page, and i followed the instructions to the letter with Xchat as theclient to no avail
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>When Ted wrote "Affair With A Green Monkey" (also not included here), it was SO dangerous that he slipped in a red herring at the end. For many years, Ted was surprised at how many of his seemingly intelligent peers DIDN'T GET IT! It was, according to Ted's widow, "a sort of intelligence test," to Ted. If you got it, it said one thing. If not, another. Add to the "did not get it" list, one Nebula-winning, snobbish Samuel R. Delany, who pompously and wrongly claims "today we have to admit that its whole thrust is toward a rather trivial one-liner." (The Emperor's clothes were actually poorly sewn, and the buttons were all but falling off ....) You can probably add me to the "did not get it" list. Can someone explain the ending of "Affair with a Green Monkey" to me as Sturgeon presumably really intended it?
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where do you download your audiobooks from? I rage every time I'm searching for one because trackers are useless and its always on some obscure forum where you have to make an account to see download link which is dead so you gotta PM the guy and hope he responds within a week
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Hey /lit/, why don't we have an interesting discussion thread? Who, if anyone, would be the best swordsman (no magic or any shit like that involved, just pure skill.) in literary canon? Unfortunately my knowledge is rather limited on the topic, but me and my friend were having a discussion after finishing the Wheel of Time series and we thought that in that particular series Lan Mandragoran would be the best swordsman. The discussion evolved to other literary universes, and names such as Lancelot himself, Duncan Idaho, Arthur Dayne, Shiro the Knight of the Cross and Drizzt were thrown around, but there may be more around. If a massive tournament were to be held, who would win as a Master Swordsman?
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What's a good book to read on meditation and/or zen buddhism?
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Any guides or information on getting books as cheaply as possible? Disregarding pirating ebooks and physically stealing the actual books, of course. I usually buy my books used off amazon, but I could definitely make use of some cheaper stores or methods if anyone has some to offer.
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What does /lit/ think about 'how to write' books. I am currently working with a bunch of them. I read Stephen King's 'On Writing', which was interesting, but for the most part it was basically King telling the story how he came to be a succesfull writer. In the middle part he actually starts talking about writing and gives some insight onw how 'he' writes. Still it is an interesting read. King mentioned 'The Elements of Style', so I checked that book out too. Not being a native English speaker I wasn't sure if I would really get something from it, but to my suprise a lot of the stuff mentioned in there, can be adapted to my native language very easily. Now I am working with Sol Stein's 'Stein on Writing' which is amazing. I have only read some of it so far, but I already got shown a ton of stuff and the book made me realize how bad of a writer I actually am. Now my real question. Is it usefull to spend time working with these kind of books, instead of just writing? I think the dilema is, that I am reading about stuff I could do better, but I am not using it for my writing right now. It kinda feels like procastination. Do you guys use 'How to Write' books? On the other hand, does anyone have experiances with Stein's book 'How to Grow a Novel'?

what defines a pleb?

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it's a word you easily hear around here. is it social class?is it a matter of tastes? is it the fact that those who say it view themselves as modern day patricians? and if it's the taste that qualifies you as a pleb,what is it? or is it just an attitude towards life
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I just finished this book and felt that I learned quite a lot. Should I read The Selfish Gene as well, or is there some other similar book I should read instead? I have little interest in religious arguments, so I'd rather stay away from The God Delusion.
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Anyone know where to get free books for android?
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So i'm planning on undertaking this monster soon, I've heard opinions both very positive and very negative, so what does /lit/ think about it? also is it going to make any sense at all or what because i've heard the plot is flat out incomprehensible and i don't know if i can dig on that
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how is this book
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What's /lit/'s opinion on audiobooks?
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S'hapnin' /lit/ I just finished a 5'000 word discussion on the European Unions interference with the legal systems of its members with particular relevance to the UK and Scotland with several points on human rights. The problem is I need a good title before I submit it - my working title is "The European Invasion" but I dont like it at all - I had a few ideas but wasnt wild about any of them. Any ideas? >Also what did you do with your saturday /lit/?
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Give it your best evocative sentence, folks. I don't care what it evokes, or what it conveys, be it a story, sensation, emotion, et cetera. But let the "Sense" of your sentence beat me over the head like an analytic philosopher teaching math to children. One sentence. Have at thee.
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Earlier I made a thread looking for the name of an old book I read in school. The book was A Christmas Memory, and anon, if you're still lurking, I finished it, and it was freakin great. Thanks again, dude.
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What's your favorite book /lit/? Or feel free to list a few of them if it's too difficult to narrow it down to just one.






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