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What's /lit/s opinion on Hesse?
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Are there any real life authors like hank moody? I understand the character is based loosely off bukowski, but are there any others? I want to read some tales of debauchery
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So /lit when are you going to buy that villa? Or do you prefer a mansion? Perhaps a castle, chateau, manor house or a palace?
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How does /lit/ feel about José Saramago?
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"If our world survives, the next great challenge to watch out for will come -- you heard it here first -- when the curves of research and development in artificial intelligence, molecular biology and robotics all converge. Oboy. It will be amazing and unpredictable, and even the biggest of brass, let us devoutly hope, are going to be caught flat-footed. It is certainly something for all good Luddites to look forward to if, God willing, we should live so long" Thomas R. Pynchon, "Is it O.K to be a Luddite?" Is /lit/ looking forward to "Bleeding Edge"?
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Suppose a hero transcends from hero, to mentor. Where would he transcend to from there? Surely there must be something even grander than teaching the future heroes in his ways.
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What do you guys think about writing fan fiction as a jumping off point to start creative writing? My scenario: >I want to be a better writer >I want to try creative writing in a light-hearted, if you will, atmosphere full of plenty of readers, amature writers and critics. >I want to be around writers my level so we can help each other grow without there being major gaps in skill >I just need somewhere to start For all the upstart writers here. Where, figuratively of course, did you start? What do you think about starting with fan fiction? Pic very unrelated.
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I'm looking for nonfiction books about insane asylums. More interested in coffee table type books than straight up books, but I'm still interested in the latter regardless. I know there are a lot of books out there about the ruins of asylums in the present day, but I'm more intrigued by the history of them (practices, patient stories, theories, etc) preferably with pics from their heyday.

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How does it feel knowing you are the literary version of this? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlZvVcXixFw
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Would you suggest reading up on the teachings or works of Carl Jung? I'm aware of the sort of topics he's lent his influence too, though I've never paid much attention to anything other than a number of his talks on youtube.


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What is the point of criticism? What value does it get the elite reader, the average reader, the non-reader? From where I stand, criticism seems like arbitrary discrimination, a way for academics and aesthetes (that is, non-creatives) to posture, blowing smoke and the less literate in order to elevate themselves. Doesn't this kind of partisanship only work to stifle literary and creative innovation? title unrelated but cute
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What do you think happens once you die?
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You have 10 seconds to explain why brevity isn't just an excuse for laziness.
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More of these: >head to the library to work on my short story >finish that motherfucker but head home to edit/proof read >fuck it im gonna grab myself a smoothie from this smoothie bar and enjoy the motherfucking glorious weather we english masterrace are having >sit down and whip out my kindle to read 'the things they carried' by Tim O'Brien >girl sits next to me on grass and asks what im holding >tell her i'm holding the future >she says she wanted to get a Nook >tell her to grow the fuck up and get a Kindle. >she laughs shrilly and tells me i'm funny >im laying down and she lays on my chest to see what the screen is like >kinda weirded out so tell her to move >says she was sorry >it's okay. >getting annoyed now because i have some reading to continue>tells me she's currently reading the Canterbury tales >ask her how it is >really easy i got a modern translation so i think it mak- >cut her off there with a swift slap to the face >tell her that she's a fucking failed abortion for reading a god damn translation >she starts to tear up a little >chill out, slut. >she says she's sorry and i say it's fine >fuck this i'm getting out of here >try to leave and she follows me to the bus stop>gets on the bus with me >starts talking about her favourite book which is some piece of feminist shit >>get the homeless man to switch seats with me for some spare change and a red elastic band >tell her i'm leaving but my friend is here >gives me her number and tells me to text her >feel something rising in my throat >open Homeless Jim's bag and vomit into it >leave and come home
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Goddamn this looks sweet. Has anyone read this? Is it as fucking awesome as it looks?
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What does /lit/ think of Ellis? I recently finished reading all of his books and wanted to hear your thoughts.
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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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