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I have not read 'Thus Spoke Zarathustra', can anyone who has, please tell me what did Nietzsche mean by this quote? >"I am a law only for my kind, I am no law for all."
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so /lit/, Crime and punishment, the idiot or the brothers karamazov? no need to ask for me
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Bye, guys!
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Who is the most attractive author?

The Greats

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Hi, pardon the cliche but i'm a struggling writer, who's chemically castrated his mind with substance abuse creating an inconceivable block. I just watched this film and was tremendously inspired by still needing a little push. What books by Hemmingway and Fitzgerald or any other must read books would you suggest for repopulating the mind of a lobotomized artist.
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All right /lit/ could you recommend me some books? I know there is a sticky but this is cooler. These are some books I liked: >Fictions- Jorge Luis Borges >The catcher in the rye- Salinger >The tunnel- Ernesto Sábato >1984- Orwell >The invisible man- H. G. Wells Books I didn't like >The pearl- Steinbeck >The great Gatsby- Scott Fitzgerald >Farenheit 451- Ray Bradbury Any ideas on lectures I would enjoy?
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Maybe someone here can help me on finding out the name of two books I read as a kid. This was years ago, and they weren't anything notable from what I can remember. The first one was about some teen kid, and he likes this girl, he thinks she likes him too and it turns into him being mad at her when she slips and falls into a river, he refuses to help and she dies. I wanna say there was a boy she liked there as well that died at the same time. But I honestly cannot remember the story too well if I'm even correct so far. So that happens pretty early in the story and the rest of the book was the teenager dealing with the regret and stress of knowing what happened meanwhile everyone in the small town is searching for an answer and trying to find her. The other is a more kid book if I remember right. Was about two brothers that created some kind of virtual reality game, and if I remember correctly, they were being forced to play through it because something is happening in real life that they need some kind of evidence from the game. One thing I remember specifically that may be able to help, is that they reach the end of the game, and enter a prize/treasure room. And they end up telling you that it's a false end that most people didn't know about, and they continue on. Sorry if this is the wrong place for asking this, but I just realized we have /lit/ here and this may be one way I can find the titles of these stories.

The Idiot's Argument

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While few will present this argument outright, the idiot's argument recurs quite frequently on 4chan, most often in the threads of newbies; but I suspect it lies hidden in the waffling of some of the more mature posters here about. Hang around for more than a week or so and you will come across some variation of the Idiot's argument. It takes almost anything as it's target: numbers, morality, consciousness, the self, even reality itself. It goes something like this: 1. We conceive of or interpret or understand or speak about the target in some particular way. 2. However, someone might conceive of or interpret or understand or speak about the target in some other way. So far so good. Now comes the crunch that gives this argument it's piquancy: 3. Therefore, the target does not exist Brilliant.
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Reading A Song of Ice and Fire, I notice Martin uses the word "niggardly" a lot. Do you think that's a political statement?
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Can I have a list of reputable sources and databases for literature critical lenses papers for an English essay; please and thanks.
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This might be the last you will here from me So This was recomended to me since I really liked "Ms. Frisby and the rats of nimh" I liked this book better than the first actually . I liked the ending and was a little surprise when rasco doesn't die despite the whole book setting him up for a noble death. The end sorta reminded me of the end of lord of the rings movie at the Rivendale Dock . Brought a tear to my eye. My biggest complaint is that the illustrator needs to be shot. The illiustrations are God awful. I won't read the third book. Just by the cover looks like the writer jumped the shark. but thus is a new favorite book. What dose /lit/ think?
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Can you guys recommend some Chinese literature and philosophy? I'm particularly interested in Taoist texts, however I'm open to anything, as I have close to zero knowledge in this field. So far I have listed some of the most popular works: The Art of War, the Tao Te Ching, and the I Ching. More modern works are welcome too. I know what I'm asking for is very broad, but just throw anything at me.
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I read Sun Also Rises and loved it. I love the way it is written and the characters were really human and lively. Farewell to arms was...alright. It had it's moments but I really don't care for war novels in general. Liked the ending, though. Left a big impression on me. Should I read For Whom the Bell Tolls now? Will I like it? More interested in feels and great characters like TSAR was. If not, where should I got next? General Hemmingway thread.
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Hey there 4chan. Ive been trying to write stories for years now, But I can never seem to get past making a first chapter for my stories. Ill usually have lots of ideas, And I know what my part a, b and c should be. But after writing a couple of sentances, I either hate what I have written or i get stuck? Does this mean I have to change my writing style? Or maybe do more planning? If anyone can give me tips, or suggest some reading material. I'd really appreciate it.

Viva Las vegas

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What`s up guys. Could you please recommend me something to read if i want to know about Las Vegas history. Everything , including the history of it`s connection with mobsters who financied this gambling oasis and to the modern days.
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Goodreads or LibraryThing?
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You have a spare 30 minutes and nothing productive to do. Do you read some of the 400+ page book that you're currently halfway through? Or is it not enough time?
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The first thing I do when I get a book is read the last page. I don't like surprises.

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