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What's the IRC command to tell when a bot was last online. I've been trying to get stuff from !flipmoran forever.
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Is there a word for someone who likes giving pleasure to others? I'm trying to think of an opposite for sadism (and no, I don't mean masichism).

bookz??

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the irc channel #bookz apparently isn't for filesharing anymore. Somebody please update the sticky and tell me where I can get my books for free while you're at it.
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Hey /lit/, I just finished my short story, the plot circulates around suicide, would you like to read it?
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So say the Sagan.
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Why do orthodox Jews not recognize the state of Israel and are anti-zionist? Are there any good books on tensions within Israel among Jews (not Arabs)? Thanks

Romanticism vs Enlightenment

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Here's a rather interesting article I found on TVTropes: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/RomanticismVersusEnlightenment [be sure to check the examples] Quote: Romantic and Enlightened themes are very common in fiction. For example, Enlightenment-themed science fiction might portray the future as a world of progress, friendship, brotherhood and Crystal Spires and Togas, with barbaric forces threatening the new utopia (e.g. Star Trek). Romanticist-themed science fiction might portray the future as an unpleasant Crapsack World, with high technology but low social quality, full of depression, dehumanization and alienation (e.g. everything Cyberpunk). End quote. So, opinions? It's a rather interesting dichotomy, and it's fun to look at a wide array of things through its lenses (even though it might be oversimplifying things). It's basically /lit/ vs /sci/ on a meta level.
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Would you ever kill a man?
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Why is it that I like classic novels a lot more after I've gotten older and read it three times? I read The Great Gatsby recently in a class a year ago, and I've had already read it twice before in highschool, and back then I didn't much care for it. But that year ago when I read it in college, I was like, "Wow...this book is so sad. All he wanted was the American Dream and the woman he loved, and he's just trying to make it in the world, and he just crashes and burns trying to get it." And now I'm thinking, after reading Pride and Prejudice the third time, "Girls today should be reading this, not Twilight. Darcy's much more charming than a million Edwards."
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ITT: Draw Max Stirner

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Ok /lit/, for its literary merit alone, is the Bible worth reading? In the same way we read any other classical literature, is it worth reading? Maybe simply for its implications on other works? And do movies like "The Visual Bible - John" on youtube accurately portray it?
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Why are villains generally better than heroes?
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>Asked about novelist David Foster Wallace, who took his own life in 2008, but who has a new book out, “The Pale King: An Unfinished Novel,” put together from manuscript chapters and files found in his computer, Bloom says, “You know, I don’t want to be offensive. But ‘Infinite Jest’ [regarded by many as Wallace’s masterpiece] is just awful. It seems ridiculous to have to say it. He can’t think, he can’t write. There’s no discernible talent.” >It’s all a clear indication, Bloom notes, of the decline of literary standards. He was upset in 2003 when the National Book Award gave a special award to Stephen King. “But Stephen King is Cervantes compared with David Foster Wallace. We have no standards left. [Wallace] seems to have been a very sincere and troubled person, but that doesn’t mean I have to endure reading him. I even resented the use of the term from Shakespeare, when Hamlet calls the king’s jester Yorick, ‘a fellow of infinite jest.’
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guise, I've been reading the first book of the dark tower series, the gunslinger.... it started of bretty good, read the first half, was awesome. now i'm on the second half and out of nowhere it jumps into another story which is just awful and fucking sucks and doesn't grap me in in any way. does it get better? I already ordered the second book, because I read the first half so fast I wanted it in time. but now that I've reached the second half, I barely read 2 chapters a day. tl;dr does the dark tower get better?

bookz Bot

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I was trying to download from Bookz and suddenly @seek and @search do ntohing. What can i do?
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what constitutes good writing? why is genre fiction "lesser" than so called literary fiction?

Writing General

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Mind taking a look at my first attempt at writing for pleasure? Barely over a hundred words and I don't even know where I'm going with it yet. >http://pastebin.com/EnQwJsRE
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Should I buy a kindle?
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How far do intellectual property right go when it comes to writing a short-story or a novel about an inspiring image? Can the artist of this image balloon tree, >pic related sue me if I write a whole story about it because it's such an original concept?
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ITT: we recommend podcasts or channels or anything worth listening to for the /lit/erati. I'm gonna start with The Unexamined Life, a philosophy podcast that has run for a couple of years and discusses various philosophical texts and concepts.






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