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Which writers wrote the best prose ever?

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If you could pick a single writer, who would it be? DFW for me. The complexity and the quality of it haven't been equaled by anyone, before or since. Runners-up: W Somerset Maugham, and Junot Diaz.
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>The book has been challenged for content dealing with sexually explicit situations.[11] Two teachers at Depew High School near Buffalo, New York used the book for eleventh grade instruction in 2008. A letter was sent to parents advising them that the book contained controversial content. An alternate reading selection was available for those opting out, and a small percentage of parents chose this option. Nevertheless, the book was challenged on the grounds that it is "pornographic" and "disgusting". One parent even went as far as refusing to read the book himself, reportedly saying that "One does not need to have cancer to diagnose cancer". The book was ultimately kept in the curriculum by the school board after a unanimous school board vote. Green defended his book in his vlog.[12] >In March 2012, The Knoxville Journal reported that a parent of a 15-year-old Karns High School student objected to the book's placement on the Honors and Advanced Placement classes' required reading lists for Knox County high schools on the grounds that its sex scene and its use of profanity rendered it pornography.[13] How can I find out if John Green is being taught in my public high school, and if he is, how can I stop it?
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>Behold! I show you The Ultimate Man. "What is love? What is creation? What is longing? What is a star?" – asks the Ultimate Man and blinks. The earth has then become small and on it there hops the Ultimate Man who makes everything small. His race is as ineradicable as the flea; the Ultimate Man lives longest. "We have discovered happiness"— say the Ultimate Men and blink. They have left the regions where it is hard to live; for they need warmth. One still loves one’s neighbour and rubs again him; for one needs warmth. Sickness and mistrust they consider sinful: they walk warily. He is a fool who still stumbles over stones or over men! A little poison now and then: that makes for pleasant dreams. And a lot of poison at the end for a pleasant death. One still works for work is a pastime. But they take care that this pastime does not weary them. No-one becomes poor or rich anymore; both are too wearying. Who still wants to rule? Who still wants to obey? Both are too much of a burden. No herdsman and one herd! Everyone wants the same, everyone is the same: whoever thinks otherwise goes voluntarily into the madhouse. "Before, the whole world was mad"— say the cleverest amongst them and blink. They are clever and know all that has ever happened: so there is no end to their mockery. People still quarrel, but are soon reconciled— otherwise indigestion would result. They have their little pleasures for the day and their little pleasures for the night: but they respect health. "We have discovered happiness "— say the Ultimate Men and blink. Why aren't you Ultimate, /lit/?
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Are you an idealist or a materialist?
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Is this worth reading?
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Name a philosopher more nonsensical and obscurantist than Jacques Derrida. Pro-tip: you can't.
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What's /lit/'s opinion on this?


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What does /lit/ think of meditation?
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What are the ethics of eating animals? What do you think of Peter Singer's Animal Liberation?
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>if you believe you have good intentions its alright if there are negative and predictable consequences How is this man taken seriously?
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I love poetry. How do I get into Rimbaud when I can only read english?
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When and where was the best time to be alive? No "le wrong generation" bullshit here please, state thoughtful reasons, not trivial stuff like music and fashion.
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Recommend some good Deist writers/books/poets. But not occult/theosophist crap and not science stuff either.
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When it comes to American literature, it seems /lit/ only cares about Moby-Dick, Faulkner, and postmodernism. Could we get a thread to discuss Steinbeck and Hemingway? Which one do you prefer and why?
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/lit/ please explain something to me. What did Dorian Gray actually do wrong? He killed Basil in self defense, and it wasn't his fault that Sibyl couldn't handle rejection. Is the story about an innocent man destroyed by the moralists of the era or am I missing the point?
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What book describe this feel?
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ITT: the book that sparked your sexual awakening.
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>believed some humans were born superior to others and was okay with eugenics >believed some works of art were too degenerate and should be banned >young warriors should live in a communistic clan apart from the rest of society >believed men should be ruled by a superior philosopher king (Fuhrer) Was Plato, dare I say it, a proto-Nazi?
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currently reading this. Took me a whole month because it's unbearable >Non-linear style that's poorly written so you don't know whats happening half the time >boring characters that don't actually do things >the story could have been finished in 50 pages but there's 300 and the same flashback are told again over and over >symbolism and metaphors are shit why is this book so praised again ?
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>When Gregor Samsa woke up one morning from unsettling dreams, he had completed The Metamorphosis into a monstrous vermin. Jesus Christ

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