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is this true?
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Anyone read this?

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Has anyone here read this and still remained unquestioning of their political beliefs?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMRnG_mtosY >J.K. Rowling, one of the greatest authors of our time Do you agree with her, /lit/? I've never read any of her books, but I hear a lot of people say this and I'm wondering if I should give the Potter series a hwhirl.
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Are antiheroes the best kind of protagonists?

Harold Bloom is a terrible critic

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Bloom is a reactionary tilting at windmills. He appeals to a popular but largely inaccurate idea that cutthroat postmodernists have shown up to wrest Shakespeare from the hands of the reading public and force them to read Mary Wroth instead. Who are the people saying this? A shadowy cast of Frenchified literary critics that Bloom never seriously engages with. Why, it's almost as if Bloom's idea that the discussion of canonicity in the eighties and early nineties is affirmative action designed to replace aesthetically superior authors with minority also-rans is a broad caricature that can't descend to taking the claims of those who sought to expand the canon seriously, because rather than being a serious scholarly claim, it's sky-is-falling nonsense for people too coy to say directly that they think "anti-racist is anti-white." The peculiar thing, of course, is that Bloom's accuses his enemies of wanting to stop people from reading the works he considers canonical - which, though I'm sure one could dig up critics saying inflammatory things about the canon, let's be clear that there was never a moment in time where there was any real threat that the literature Bloom identifies as canonical would stop being taught or studied - but, in point of fact, his argument is really about suppressing his opponent's views. He insists that people shouldn't teach or study aesthetically inferior works. In effect, he says, "It's not about stopping people from reading books written by people of color/women; it's about ethics in aesthetic selection!" This is dissatisfying to me for many reasons. First, I think that describing the history of literature is central to what critics should do. Bloom's Anxiety of Influence work is an attempt to rewrite the history of literature so that it takes place only in the personal and aesthetic realm rather than on the larger stage of history. I don't know if you've ever looked at that work, but it's mystagogic bullshit, interesting in its goals but deeply unsatisfying in execution. To avoid giving a "political" analysis of literature, you have to segregate the aesthetic from the rest of history, since as soon as you bring history on to the scene, literature looks like another form of political and social writing. To me, accounts that put literature in the context of the wider scene of history are much more convincing and much more critically productive. 1/2
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Name some overprivileged authors and thinkers.

Stream of Consciousness Writing

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I'd like to learn stream of consciousness writing at a high level. Other than reading Joyce, Proust and some of the famous stream of consciousness writers, what else could I do to get very good at this writing style? Is writing poetry a good idea from a general writing standpoint?

Books on Traditionalism/Fascism

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I am opposed to collectivism and a strong proponent of individual freedom and Austrian School economics, but I am also a hardcore traditionalist. Therefore I got interested in Traditionalism and Fascism and would like to read up on both of these ideologies. What books would you recommend for a "beginner"? Julius Evola seems to be pretty based, really liked a lot of quotes I have seen from him. Same with Nicolás Gómez Dávila and I have heard good things about Dominique Venner.

/sffg/ - Science Fiction & Fantasy General

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Fantasy >Selected: >https://i.imgur.com/r688cPe.jpg >General: >https://i.imgur.com/igBYngL.jpg >Flowchart: >https://i.imgur.com/uykqKJn.jpg >Beginner's Guide to Fantasy: >https://i.imgur.com/fOGNfWK.jpg Science Fiction >Selected: >https://i.imgur.com/A96mTQX.jpg >https://i.imgur.com/IBs9KE8.jpg >General: >https://i.imgur.com/r55ODlL.jpg >https://i.imgur.com/gNTrDmc.jpg >NPR's Top 100 Science Fiction & Fantasy Books: >https://i.imgur.com/IJxTQBL.jpg Previous Thread: >>8778842
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In your best prose, write about your first love.
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Tybalt did nothing wrong.

Music and readin

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What do you guys listen to while reading, if anything. Looking for some recommendations.
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What would it mean to write in the fourth person?
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A 19th century Russian nobleman is sent to a hard labour camp for four years, comes back, and then writes a character that is literally me. How is this possible?


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What are some good books on capitalism? Particularly books that are pro-capitalism.
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180 pages in, holy fuck this book is boring.
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Share your literary contrarian opinions

Enjoyable, Not-too-challenging Literature?

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Just sped through Stoner in a day and it was one of the most enjoyable reading experiences I've ever had, probably because the prose wasn't that dense or difficult. I've gone through Pynchon's two most recent (I especially liked Bleeding Edge) but for the life of me cannot read more than 100 pages of M&D without getting lost. I don't have a lot of time on my hands these days, so could y'all rec me some books which are highly regarded but also fun reads? pic unrelated
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Why isn't Don Quixote talked about more often? Not only is it the first modern novel, its also a legitimately a good book.

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