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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?

Did I Bleed? Did You? - Short Story

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Hey /lit/, I'm dumping the third draft of my short story titled "Did I Bleed? Did You?" I'm currently working on it for a Creative Writing course at my college. Please note that is a draft; expect errors and feel free to bring my attention to any. Point out what you like, what you don't like, or simply enjoy it. My goal with this story was to create two different subplots and synthesize them in a way that reveals the singular theme of the work. It's 24 pages, so bear with me.
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any cool books where incest is a major theme? I've read the kindly ones and the cement garden thus far
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I checked the wiki but couldn't find anything for murder mystery. Not a heavy reader, but have recently really got into reading murder mystery novels, mainly Agatha Christie ones and was wondering what are some other good murder mystery books, failing that, just general mystery i guess.
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My love it is a black rose Held out to you by hand of fate And as this dark romance grows It's not from the sun, but the starlight that's so far away Above the Devil's garden The fertile soil of poisoned hearts Fed by tears and nighttime rain Under Transylvanian moon Grows a flower of death and pain Death is pure-life is not So ask yourself, what do you want? As for me, well I want you So pick the black rose, let its thorns cut you Is this poetry /lit/

Children's Books

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Hey /lit/ I have to find a good children's book and make a paper based on it. Any good reads? I would prefer something that gives a moral to it 1-5th grades plz. Instructions: This assignment invites you to reflect on what you have read, to arrive to some original insight or observation about something in your life, childhood, or in general that stems from what you have read, and then to write a paper in which you use your reading as the point of departure for your own ideas. tl;dr What's your favorite childhood book that taught you a lesson?[When you were in grade 1-5]
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How old is /lit/? When did you first 'get into' reading serious shit and how did it come about? Pic very unrelated
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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.

The Idiot

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Thoughts and opinions! What was the punchline you detained from reading it? Pic related. It's the "Idiot" on TV format.
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http://gen.lib.rus.ec/ is down.. What now...
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What does it say about me if I got bored of 1984 half-way through? Pretty much everyone I've met seems to like it
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I started reading Ernest Hemingway today as war stories fascinate me, but then I was like... uwotm8?
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Can we get a science fiction short story discussion going? I have been trying to remember the story of a man who is considered mentally unstable, or odd, because he doesn't use technology all day, every day, like everyone in his future society does. It ends with the psychologist he's talking to starting to doubt himself. I'm a total sci-fi scrub so I can't recommend many stories but you could check out Nightfall by Asimov.
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What are some good places for book reviews that are good and done by people that know what they are talking about.

IMPORTANT!

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Part 6 of 2666 has finally been released. I can't believe it. How the HELL did I not know my favourite postmodern book had another section released? I mean, I knew Part 6 existed, but didn't know it was gonna be released. Has anyone read this? Fuck. it's called Woes of the True Policeman, for some reason, but it's definitely part of 2666. I literally just discovered this, 5 minutes ago.
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So where do all these disneyish ideas like "First love is the deepest" come from, /lit/? People seem to have taken them seriously, once.
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I ve got a question lit, what is the word wich discribes a entrepreneur who exploit other people and do not give a fuck. I´ll need some help for writting an essay about consumerism.






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