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What does /lit/ think about "Manalive" by GK Chesterton?
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Where to begin with occult literature? I don't know much, so the one I expect a "pleb," as /lit/ refers to most, would toss around is the Magus. Stuff like that. Not books about occultism. Books that occultists would read themselves. >pic unrelated
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how do i appreciate visual art? post art and art books.
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For those of you who remember me saying I would come back with this picture after that last thread I made (with the same picture) a few weeks ago. Well, I did it. It was glorious. For the sake of secrecy and people's reputations being at stake, I can't explain further. But thank you /lit/. Thank you for helping me take a crucial step into some potentially fascinating life experiences and writing material. Just thank you.
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There is a review/score site like metacritic for books?
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Is the doctor in Sartre's "The Wall" God?
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/lit/, I have a proposal. We all create a few pages worth of poetry, pile it all together as a poetry book. Then one of us (I could do it, for example) sells that e-book on Amazon or a similar place, and would use the money gathered to buy e-books requested that are usually not available for free on the internet. What do you think about it, /lit/? We're a small community here, it could work. I've done a similar thing before, it was actually productive. We could sell our /LIT/ Greatest Hits and get free books for it. Am I too crazy to propose such an idea here?

Film Theory

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Hey /lit/. Can you recommend any good books on film theory? I'm interested in learning more about cinematography and the ingredients which make a good film.
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Well, I just finished reading Oblivion: A Memoir, by Héctor Abad. I can honestly say I enjoyed it quite a lot. It had some really touching moments, that managed to remind me of my very own father. Aside from that, I also found most situations relatable, but that may be due to me being Colombian. Overall a very interesting read, I would recommend it for people who feel specially close to their parents, and most importantly, their father.
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Who are your favourite poets /lit/? Pic very related. "They fuck you up, your mum and dad. They may not mean to, but they do. They fill you with the faults they had And add some extra, just for you. But they were fucked up in their turn By fools in old-style hats and coats, Who half the time were soppy-stern And half at one another’s throats. Man hands on misery to man. It deepens like a coastal shelf. Get out as early as you can, And don’t have any kids yourself." - Phillip Larkin
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I would like to know what is /lit/'s opinion of H.P. Lovecraft.
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Recently read Robert Browning's poem, The Patriot, after reading his other poetry and I liked it. I'm trying to find the real message of the poem though. I have a feeling it's meant to represent the Victorian era, because of the changing opinions of the people and because of how people started to question religion (Darwin's On the Origin of Species was published at the time), but I'm not sure. Opinions?
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I recently transferred from a B.Computer Science to a combined degree in B.Business / B.Economics and I'm torn between to potential majors: Politics and English / Literature. In /lit/'s opinion, which major would be more likely to consolidate me a job?
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i've heard this is a good detective story, anyone here has read it? opinions?
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So there's no real evidence Hem[m]ingway actually wrote the "For sale, baby shoes, never worn" story. http://www.thedailybeast.com/cheats/2013/01/30/hemingway-didn-t-write-baby-shoes-never-worn.html
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I am just now getting into reading, but I feel like I'm too retarded and not getting most of the books I read. I've read books like The Stranger, Notes from Underground, The Old Man and the Sea... and even though I enjoyed them, I know they are much more complex than they look, full of hidden meanings and philosophy... My question is if there is any place where they give a deeper explanation of books, instead of just a reviews or something. Could be anything... websites, videos on youtube, forum discussions... I just want to have a deeper understanding of the books I read.
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>coursera, coursera everywhere... I'll keep my opinion about Coursera for my pillow, and will share with you guise a quite nice yt channel with pretty neat explanations about some (main) movements/philosophers. Of course the ideal is to do the readings and have this as a complement, but I guess one could check it before as an intro or after as an overview. http://www.youtube.com/user/youngenicson Thoughts? Any other (decent) channels/sites?
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Are there any good books which which with sexually active older women? Or books that suggest that older women are better at making love. Already read Madame Bovary and Anna Karenin.
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What do you think of Bukowski? I feel it's low literature. Great revelations on the venal and base society, but ultimately the man focuses too much on alienation and baseness. A licentious man. I enjoy Bukowski, I love him. I just need a break from him. Much of his work is the same. He does evolve as time progresses, but he was extremely set in his ways. So, what does /lit/ think of Bukowski, and what are authors similar that I might enjoy?
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Where's a good place to submit one's writing for peer review and helpful criticism? Generally I want to get a good idea of how people will react to my writing. Also, for those interested, here's a small pastebin of something I've started writing. It's an early draft so... yeah. http://pastebin.com/y2Pfd3LH






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