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Are there any books that are similar to the story of bioshock? Really looking for a "utopia gone wrong" kind of story.
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Google has failed me and the IRC channel in the /lit/ readme now has a notice posted that all book trading is grounds for instantly being booted from the channel. Where are you getting your books?
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Question on Berkeley's Three Dialogues: I understand this: P1: A sensible thing is nothing but a bundle of sensible qualities P2: Sensible quality is nothing but an idea Conclusion: Sensible things are nothing but an idea I am just confused as to what does Berkeley mean exactly by an idea?
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When I was a teen I went through the whole "I know everything if everyone else just thought like me the world would be perfect" phase, then around 19 I started reading and realized I didn't know anything. Now the world just seems so complex and there's so many political and moral views that I just don't know what to think anymore. I just feel stupid every time I state an opinion because I know that there's so much I don't know. And at the same time I feel like everyone else who states opinions is stupid because they have such limited knowledge. I'm just so confused about anything I can't even form basic political opinions anymore. Did reading do this to anyone else? I'd almost rather be ignorant of it all and just nestle myself in some intellectual corner.
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/lit/, I'm interested in your daily routines, especially in the context of reading and writing. A lot of great authors had a strict routine to which they stuck, I wonder if you have created some form of optimal time management to get the most out of things as well. If you're a complete disorganised shitheap please share how you go about it as well. Here's how some of the greats did it: http://dailyroutines.typepad.com/
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I'm looking for a non-password protected mobi version of City of Dragons by Robin Hobb. I asked /r/ yesterday and got nothing, so I figured /lit/ would be the next natural choice. Let's make this a discussion for the entire Realm of the Elderlings series while we're at it.
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What's your favorite Lovecraft story? I always had a fondness for The Rats in the Walls, personally. It's got a very good buildup and a satisfying conclusion. Not to mention, a cat named Nigger-Man.
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Does anyone have an ebook copy of Dead Space catalyst? I've been looking forever for it.
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Yukio Mishima on the graphic novel: >"Manga is essential to my physiological health," he wrote in one of a handful of essays praising the genre in 1969. He was a devoted reader of this "terribly vulgar, terribly intelligent [...] language art" since childhood. As an adult, Mishima confided, he vied with his children to get first dibs on their weekly delivery of new issues of their favorite manga. > >"Compared with American comics, Japanese manga are a touch grimmer and darker both in eroticism and cruelty," wrote Mishima. "To make up for it, though, they are avant-garde in nonsense. You will see how I, in search of comics that never exist in America, have entered into this way [of the warrior] through graphic samurai tales." > He did, however, note that he did not care for graphic novels that had a "political" or "educational" bent to them. Instead, he preferred tales with "ghouls and ghosts," "savage samurai," and "wild slapstick." What /lit/ think?
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Is it possible to be taken seriously and "unpretentiously" by regular people without having to be in the elite realm of the academic ivory tower?
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Plastic, nylon, faux fur and chocolate, Reds, pinks, whites, Interlaced fingers, palms content and sweating together, Words on cardstock, sealed up in pastels and glue, Used to mean something to me.
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"Ladies and gentlemen," said a voice that came from the radio receiver—a man's clear, calm, implacable voice, the kind of voice that had not been heard on the airwaves for years—"Mr. Thompson will not speak to you tonight. His time is up. I have taken it over. You were to hear a report on the world crisis. That is what you are going to hear." Three gasps of recognition greeted the voice, but nobody had the power to notice them among the sounds of the crowd, which were beyond the stage of cries. One was a gasp of triumph, another—of terror, the third—of bewilderment. Three persons had recognized the speaker: Dagny, Dr. Stadler, Eddie Willers. Nobody glanced at Eddie Willers; but Dagny and Dr. Stadler glanced at each other. She saw that his face was distorted by as evil a terror as one could ever bear to see; he saw that she knew and that the way she looked at him was as if the speaker had slapped his face. "For twelve years, you have been asking: Who is John Galt? This is John Galt speaking. I am the man who loves his life. I am the man who does not sacrifice his love or his values. I am the man who has deprived you of victims and thus has destroyed your world, and if you wish to know why you are perishing—you who dread knowledge—I am the man who will now tell you." The chief engineer was the only one able to move; he ran to a television set and struggled frantically with its dials. But the screen remained empty; the speaker had not chosen to be seen. Only his voice filled the airways of the country—of the world, thought the chief engineer—sounding as if he were speaking here, in this room, not to a group, but to one man; it was not the tone of addressing a meeting, but the tone of addressing a mind. "You have heard it said that this is an age of moral crisis. You have said it yourself, half in fear, half in hope that the words had no meaning.
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Spengler will be the Nietzsche of 2050. Do you agree?
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Would /lit/ give me some feedback on my script idea? I've gotten pretty far into it and was curious of what you guys thought of the story >Earth has become tattered and unlivable due to overpopulation/pollution >Find a planet much like ours >10 year trip >7 of the utmost brilliant scientists/engineers/shit like that >Some of them start going insane due to the monotony of the trip/cabin fever >Start becoming violent/killing each other >Protagonist makes it to the planet from the escape hatch >Lands there >Coexsits with the aliens, they treat him like a god
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What do you think of this? He walked slowly, he opened the door quickly, he looked backwards quickly, someone was approaching him slowly, he starting to walk away quickly but the person behind him began to catch up. Slowly he turned around again and the man behind him was now running slowly, ''QUICKLY*'' he shouted, ''Sorry!'' replied the man ''I can't read the pattern! He hasn't posted it yet!'' Fin.
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Is it me, or is 4chan an echo chamber of fatalistic cynicism?
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Hello /lit/. I am looking for good books to read for pure entertainment. I'm looking for books with great plots, and are hard to put down. No heavier stuff, just pure entertainment. Thanks in advance!

opinions pls

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Would /lit/ read my scifi? The canopy slowly opened. Allowing a new light to shine on the strange being who slept and slept and slept in the the vessel in the hole. He opened his eyes gradually as he awoke to the new light in the glass box in which he slept. "Where am I?" He waited for the machine. But it never responded. In fact it was probably dead, or maybe it was asleep as he had been. It just sat there silently, away in the dark, with it's one unmoving eye. "Well fuck." He had begun to realize he was trapped... in his glass box. He slammed his fists on the glass simply out of sheer frustration. He knew he could never break the barrier. In the back of of his head he knew it was in fact, a polymer composite shield, designed to withstand crashes and even direct small arms fire.






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