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what's your favourite sci fi novel? Hard fiction and space opera both.
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I'm interested to see if anyone on this board actually appreciates the works posted here, so I want to do a little experiment, in which you can participate if you like. I was wondering if any of you copy and save anything you see posted, whether it be poems, bits of prose, critques, witty replies, anything except pictures. If you've done so, please repost it in this thread, if you've seen it and think it should be posted, retrieve it from the archive and post it here. I see a lot of critique threads and I see a few compliments, and I was wondering how many are sincere enough to make someone save a copy. let's see.
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So, why haven't you read the most important book of the most important Negro author? What's your excuse? Are you il/lit/erate?
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what you think of Borges?
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/lit/ I need to download Everything's Eventual. Where can I do this?
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How do you know if you genuinely enjoy literature or if it's all just a ruse? Sometimes I think I read only for inauthentic reasons.
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mirror, mirror on the wall who is the wisest of them all? and if he's present to read my plea, convey to him deep misery for I'm a fool whose lost his path and wisdom, in rhyme, is all I ask please, wise one, if you could care to teach and feed me with wisdom spared
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I'm trying to remember the name and author of a science fiction short story.From what I remember, a group of adventurers and scientists are in the jungles looking for the origin of life when they come across a primitive clan of blobs. They believe that they are the earliest forms of humans, but it turns out that the current humans (us) are actually aliens and we drove the blobs, the original inhabitants of Earth, to live in obscurity. Google failed me, so does this sound familiar to anyone?
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ITT: We discuss the Darkover series >pic related: my favourite
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Hello, beautiful people of /lit/ One of my friends was mocking the other because as he exited the building into the cold afternoon he said: >"this weather is Antarctica's". A spirited (and somewhat violent) debate arose from this. I believe that this sentence while hideously clunky is technically* correct. Eventually both friends including the one who made the original remark decided I was wrong. This was hurtful, I need a spiteful victory to feel better about myself. So tell me /lit/, am I right? *I cannot stress this enough, it's ugly but it is "technically" correct
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>>>6054503 Why do people rarely mention Heoullebecq if this is 4chan? He gives feels that no other writer gives me.

What are the best family sagas ever written?

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I'm...curious about what people think regarding this. To be more specific, I'm talking about the multi-generational stories. They usually (but not always) start off with one person, then that person's spouse is introduced, then the action shifts to POV children characters, etc. This isn't always the case, of course. Sometimes it's the reverse, telling the story in flashback from the POV of the grandchild or great-grandchild. The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, Freedom, and The House of the Spirits would be more choices. All great / excellent books. They have flaws, but are still very enjoyable.
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If philosophy is real then why don't we know the meaning of existence yet? Checkmate, philosophers.

Jstor articles

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Hey /lit/ does anybody know how I can get free Jstor articles; I'm not associated with a university >inb4 Aaron Swartz hurr durr
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Any books on how to hold a conversation with people?

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