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Right Wing Literature

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Hey /lit/, traveler from /pol/ here - Post your recommendations please

Karamavov Prerequisites

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so I've been wanting to get into this for a while now and now think I might be ready. But before I begin I want to know if there is anything I should read beforehand. I have an ok knowledge of the Bible, read C&P, and Notes but haven't read any earlier Russian Lit. Anything more I should read that's necessary to get the full experience? Thanks
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>be a fucking genius >contribute to various fields of mathematics and physics >come up with one of the most retarded/easily debunked ideas on the subject of religion How is it possible?
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No critique thread? What do you knobs do all day? Read? Let's write some shit.
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This book is a meme.
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Hey /lit/ A friend if mine considers themselves an avid reader and recently lost a brother and a close friend recently so they're going through a rough time. I was hoping to get some book recommendations with a loss of a sibling as a central theme, preferably fiction though. Alternatively any books that you think is incredibly atmospheric and easy to get lost in that world would also do. I could not think of many books like that off the top of my head and admittedly I have not done much recreational reading as of late pic semi related, going to go hiking with them find a scenic place to read and gift the book to them Thanks in advance kind anons
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Does anyone else love finding a "lost" feeling from a book that has long since fallen out of the public's view?

What's the shortest poetry you know?

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What's the shortest poetry you know? I think the shortest poetry I know is "Mattina" by Giuseppe Ungaretti: "M'illumino d'immenso." That means "I illuminate (myself) with immensity".
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For better or worse, is this the closest video games have come to true postmodernism?
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Never read any Joyce, should I start with Dubliners or Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man?
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Thoughts on french as a language from non-native speakers? What peeves or irks you?
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is democracy and equality and egalitarianism ruining literature and art is it
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I need to know everything about Canterbury Tales prologue ASAP. Here, have the worst meme I've seen so far.

Ethics vs. Morals

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(I tried asking this on /his/ and didn't get much luck on there.) Why can't the general populace come to a conclusion on the exact difference between ethics and morals? Every book I had looked at in my uni's library, every website I had scoured, and even every professor I had asked had their own spins on the difference between the two; sometimes each respective resource contradicted with other resources in its own category—the two professors I asked had pretty much the same definitions, but one said that morals are individualized whereas the other said the same thing for ethics. It's all too confusing. So confusing, in fact, that I have to resort to asking 4chan. Of my understanding so far, ethics are empirical rules of conduct that dictate how an individual should behave within a specific group or culture, and morals are individualized principles that determine how a person differentiates between what is right and what is wrong. I don't understand why there is so much discrepancy when their word origins pretty much cement their definitions: "Ethos" is Greek for "character," and "Mos" is Latin for "custom." At this point, I don't even care whether or not I am right, I just want to understand why there isn't a concrete definition.
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What should I read before WWIII starts and we all die?
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What is the coziest book and who is the coziest author to read while having a pint in the pub?

/lit/ Survey

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Hey /lit/ I am currently writing an essay for university on the construction of collective identities on 4Chan. Since selfdefinition/perception is the most important part of identities, I prepared a few questions and it would be nice to get some answers. 1. Do you visit /lit/ regularly (more than once a week)? 2. Why do you visit /lit/? 3. Do you prefer it over similar sites, if so, why? 4. Is there something like a board identity in your opinion? (my understanding of identity below) 5. What does this identity consist of? 6. Would you consider yourself as a member of that identity? 7. Anything else you want to say? Collective identity is understood as having two dimensions, content and contestation. Main aspects of content are: - identity defining norms and practices - social purposes - relationships to other identities - shared worldviews or understandings of political/material conditions and interests Contestation is the degree of agreement within an identity group over the content of the shared identity. It is an ongoing process that defines the content of the identity.
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Has the intelligentsia of today moved to youtube? I have watched some videos by sargon of akkad, and it seems to me that he and people like him are carrying the torch of reason through our crumbling modern age. I do take Sargon as a man of letters, watching his videos it's quite obvious.
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I started reading the Pope translation of the Odyssey at the suggestion of one of the Greek guides and I'm seriously pissed off. His structure and syntax are all over the place, and I have a hard time finding a way to enjoy the writing because he's made it extremely difficult to understand what he's actually talking about. Before anyone says I'm a pleb, I've read Paradise Lost and Shakespeare and had no trouble understanding either of them. I have no idea what Pope was thinking or how to continue with this book. Very frustrated that I can't continue with the Greeks right now. Is there any way I can understand his writing better?
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I fucked up /lit/ I just won a short story competition intended for young writers in my state. The rules say you have to be under 30 and also either living / studying in the state, or have your main home in the state and be studying or "on contract" outside of it. The thing is I was born in that state, lived there for 18 years, all my family live there, my parents' house is there, but I have lived in New York for the past three years since graduating. Am I fucked? I already have my name and stuff on the website, it's going to be embarrassing if they have to announce I've been kicked out, it'll hurt my chances of being published in the future too. What the fuck do I do? Do I move back (there's barely any work)? Do I lie? Do I tell them now and withdraw? There's another guy who won second place a few years back and he has lived in Mexico for years. I'm not sure how he he was allowed to win, but most people who win it or are shortlisted etc are living in the state still. Obviously I can't ask how he was allowed to win. I'm freaking out.






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