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"To Benito Mussolini, with the respectful greetings of an oldman who recognises the hero of civilization in the holder of power. Sigmund Freud."

Peter F Hamilton

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Hey /lit/ what did you think of Peter Hamilton? I'm currently reading The Reality Dysfunction.

/litcrit/ - Literary Theory and Criticism

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Hey guys, I'm trying to expose myself to more literary critics beyond the basics of Harold Bloom et al. In the process I would like to put together a basic reading list of at the very least some authors to check out, especially authors who focused on novels more than poetry or plays. So far I have: >T.S. Eliot >F.R. Leavis >John Middleton Murry >Denis Donoghue >Matthew Arnold >Sainte-Beuve >Theophile Gautier I feel like I'm focusing too much on people active in around the 1940s with just a peppering of 19th Century Frenchmen. How can I even this out?
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/lit/, I'm considering naming my daughter "Lesbia." Convince me out of it.
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tfw no vampire daughterfu
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You're sentence is coming to a close, but it ends with a quotation. Do you write >"X." Or: >"X". Settle this for me, /lit/

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Either write your own or post what you found elsewhere. >Despite the vast differences it their ages, ethnicity, and religious upbringing, the sexual chemistry between Roberto and Heather was the most amazing he had ever experienced; and for the entirety of the Labor Day weekend they had sex like monkeys on espresso, not those monkeys in the zoo that fling their feces at you, but more like the monkeys in the wild that have those giant red butts, and access to an espresso machine.
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time is an illusion
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Whats the best way to kill a character?

Prose and poetry are finished as art forms

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>tfw wasted all my free time reading for years >tfw I gained nothing but surface level pseudointellectual tier knowledge before realising that practice, experience constitute infinitely many more possible modes of experience and skills acquisition, none of which can be adequately replaced by reading >example: Reading 10 books about physics instead of doing physics assignments / research projects >realise that reading is pushed by the privileged, well connected strata of society as a form of social signalling >see the cool shit that people do related to programming and become regretful I don't even mean people getting rich. I get insanely jealous of people who do stuff like the face morphing meme app or 2D vidya. There are optimal times to get in to activities. I think the life and death of art forms is ignored on /lit/. It is absolutely significant that literature today is mainly a way to give easy degrees / professorships to upper middle class women who are too lazy or risk averse to do other things. I also have been shocked by how faggoty writers are in general. Writers these days aren't people who writer, they're "Writers" who write for other "Writers". >inb4 you try to conflate reading prose with reading a mathematical research paper You will attempt that.
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Do you guys have a personal "bible"? Just a book that you've read a lot and has had a profound impact on your life. I've kind of always been looking for one. I don't even know how the idea got into my head.
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"Marx just didn't want to work!"

you choose

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>but you don't choose what you choose
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are you on track /lit/? if not, why not?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imsGbtuUrWY She's back on youtube.
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>in library yesterday >go to arts & crafts section >scan fashion section >see book about numbered as a fashion book >what do?
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People get really grump when I say the cover isn't that important. I know it's counter intuitive, so I made a video about it. https://youtu.be/p1zEbAtg9B0
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>Book of Job >read in entirety, still unemployed
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Is Occam's Razor the most misused tool for thinking that there is? I see it utilized all the time as an excuse for lazy thinking and a lack of critical reflection on questionable narratives.

An-Cap Reading List

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Has any one got any anarcho-capitalist recommended reading charts or other sources?






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