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Where can I download school textbooks for free? Like torrent?
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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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>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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Poetry thread? was awful handy with a handicap and took an easy beating like a skull snap, even if i'm bleeding in the corner of the kitchen. tapping on the shoulder of the woman that's alone who stood upon her own two feet - i was feeding on her shoulder i was leaning i was grazing on her nipples in the ocean as it ripples i was gazing at her naval and begging her to scold me. i don't give a fuck about what mother ever told me. mother was a mummy who would wrap me in her bandages. she never calculated damages mother couldn't manage his Oedipitiful suicidal tendencies from beyond the grave, so she let it be you telling me that you sleepwalk even when you hear the voices from the corridor begging you to lay down beside me, and ride me trade your pony for the glue who would never come to question anything and never knew i'm a little boy and my daddy knows as soon as he got to stepping i would lose control and i'm a little stillborn mama said she would always loved me better if i came out dead. is that a fact? something that should've taken back? maybe i should take a crack at the old Freudian psychoanalysis and figure why my baby's in paralysis but only while she's sleeping... listening to Demian creeping. it presses on the ear like a sack that's seeping into the drum from the middle of the skull. and conjugate the rats like a fiddle that can blow. and i'm a little boy and my daddy oughta know as soon as he got to stepping i was sure to lose control. and i'm a little stillborn mama always said that she would love me better if i came out... if i came out...
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what was your yearbook quote /lit/?

Marcus Aurelius - Meditations.

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Anyone on /lit/ read this book? One of the more profound books I've read in my time. Thoughts?
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Did you ever get an orgasm from reading? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQuT-Xfyk3o
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I loved Bret Easton Willis' American Psycho, what about his other work?
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Sup /lit/ Could I get some syntax advice? I'm having trouble with this sentence: I suddenly felt the urge to say something; to offer a few final words for the man now lying in the ground. Is the semi colon correct, or should it just be a comma? Should I rewrite it entirely? Thanks for the help! Bonus points to anyone that recognizes the author pictured!

Anyone read this?

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So, I read this beautiful book by some unknown author to me, at the time. Well, I want to read it again, but I'm having trouble locating it. It's a novel with 4 short stories, each telling a romantic tale of some form. The two I remember the most was about an Englishman who was a Lord of something and went to Italy. While he was there he was wondering around, saved an Italian woman from falling off of a ladder and then proceeds to get punched in the face by the woman's fiancee and father. A lady off to the side saw all of this go down, and helps him out. They become friends and discuss how unlucky they both have been in the romance department. The man decides to propose marriage to her, but she says no, because of some misunderstanding they have. Then there's a rockfall or an earthquake, and he saves her. Then he asks again and the misunderstanding was cleared and Happily Ever After.
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Hey /lit/ I'm looking for some pulpy goodness. I've read some James Sallis, Richard Starks, Brett Halliday and this gem by Jerry Stahl. Any suggestions of more authors or specific books? Also, do you have any opinion on hardboiled pulp type stuff? I notice they always ask literary authors if they read Raymond Chandler but never really ask Raymond Chandler who he reads which I think would be more interesting.
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Name 10 books, that, if read, would render the reader an elitist. Not that I'm going to read them, just so dang curious that's all.
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>dfw is dead and nobody will ever replace him
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Ok /lit/ story time Yesterday was my birthday. A female friend knew i like books, decided to buy me a book. At first, while opening it, I was super excited, this girl knows whats up! Then I find out that it's...the Da vinci Code... What do I even do with this? Captcha: writers aluean

sex, drugs, violence.

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Been so deep in my textbooks, I want to read something lurid and fucked up. Recommendations please? Also, sorry if these threads pop up all the goddamn time.
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Is the century trilogy any good?
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What does /lit/ think of Scaruffi's taste? Check the best novel by language. http://www.scaruffi.com/fiction/timeline.html
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Hello all. I need some help here. I'm doing a 'Creative Assignment' on "The Mountain and the Valley. If anyone HAS the book, i'd love it if you could help. I've decided to make a makeshift book and design it to be Davids book he was thinking about near the end. The one about the guy in the war? I need your help because I dont own a copy of The Mountain and the Valley. Can someone post what David wrote from the book, and what the title was supposed to be? Thanks in advance.


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Milorad Pavic and Goran Petrovic. GO!
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Hey /lit/, I play in a student theatre company, I suck at it, & I want to change it. My greatest problems are with body language and intonation (we play Shakespare, and I am not a native speaker), but since I am a complete amateur, basically anything will be helpful. Can you recommend me some books/ websites/ whatever that would help me improve my acting?

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