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Anyone knows where can i find this book ? I already looked in many places and a can't find. If anyone knows and can say to me i'll really to appreciate
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What's the plainest font imaginable? I'm looking for a font that's extremely plain, more or less one that lacks any sort of character, whether it be of elegance or historical. excluding the standard manuscript submission typewriter font.
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anyone on /lit/ know where i would be able to obtain a ebook or pdf of " On Cooking 5th edition" ? i am currently enrolled in culinary school but in order to complete the program i need this book for the sake of 14 pages and im not really cool with spending $133 just for one chapter.
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Greetings /lit/, I call upon the knowledgeable to help me, is there any chance one could briefly summarize Pushkin's play Boris Godunov (as roughly described here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boris_Godunov_%28play%29) to tell me 3 things: 1) does it involve Romanticism? 2) does it involve Militarism? 3) the storyline? - if there is no romanticism AND militarism, please reply with the name of a 19th century theatrical production that contains both genres. INFINITE thanks, Anon G.
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Hey /lit/, is Ray Bradbury's "Something Wicked this Way Comes" a good book for a reading newbie?
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Hi writers of /lit/ - I just edited a short-story i did a month ago in imitation of Ray Bradbury's style and it's an atrocious pile of purple prose. Not the good kind. At all. Which seems to reinforce that the right place for me to be is dialogue and characters, not flowery description - so I guess it had some effect. Have you ever attempted to imitate a writer you liked to improve your prose? If so, did it help? Are you using other techniques to improve your prose?
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Does /lit/ have a favourite Haiku poem? care to share? i sure do to night i talk to much about everything silence me moon ^i wrote this (its better in danish) falling sick on a journey my dream goes wandering over a field of dried grass ^i like this as well
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Anyone here using the kindle? I'm planning to buy the newly released small kindle for only 80€ and want some feedback from you litfags
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Can /lit/ tell me anything about non-Russian Eastern European literature? Who are the best Eastern European writers?

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i just moved to a new school and i have a book report on zeitoun tomorrow if any one can give me a summery it would be appreciated
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>$100+ textbook >series of excerpts of shitty translations of works in the public domain

Eco Umberto.

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Did I spell that right? I saw one of his books in a store chart the other day, to my great surprise, and was thinking about buying something him. Good or bad? I didn't realise he was mainstream enough to get into charts. Hold on...is it still okay to read something that the masses like, or would that make one a pleb?
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haven't really read much before, but i read the stranger and loved it picked up this at the library today, where should i start?
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For homework I have to read "The Delicate Prey" by Bowles, "Entropy" by Pynchon and "The Lottery in Babylon" by Borges. I'm about to go on a walk and read one of these by the lake, which should I read first? I haven't read any of the authors before, college pleb here, so give me a break but I've heard wonderful things about both Pynchon and Borges, so I'm leaning towards one of those two. But WHICH?! pic unrelated
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/Lit/, I'm argumenting with my wife. If there was anarchy, would there be people in prisons?
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How do you guys feel about Joe Abercrombie's fantasy novels?
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Hey /lit/. We started a small writing group on Scribophile a few months ago. The group has weekly meetings all day on Friday, where we discuss how our writing went for the week. The sites we use are: Scribophile Group: http://www.scribophile.com/groups/lit/ IRC Link: http://www.mibbit.com/#/lit/writers@irc.rizon.net Use the meeting as a way to show what you've been working on to other people and get feedback from them. Every other day is general /lit/ discussion. You can talk about the book you're reading or what you're working on. The irc channel is laid back so as long as it's on topic you should be fine. If you're interested, stop by any day. If not, hide the thread.
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What does /lit/ think of Nabokov's "Ada"? I haven't read any Russian lit outside of Chekov (I write short stories a lot so I try to read as many as I can, and Chekov's the master) and I'm about to start reading it as soon as I get my copy in the mail later. Is it a good book to start russian lit on?
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hey /lit/, I need book suggestions. I'm in a fiction workshop this semester, and the professor asked us to put together our own reading list to supplement the best american short stories collection. The requirements are that it include at least one novel and one collection of short stories (not an anthology). The third book is a wild card. The only book I have chosen already is High Rise by JG Ballard. I've read a lot of Ballard's short fiction but Concrete Island is the only novel I've read by him. My favorite fiction writers are JG Ballard, Flannery O'Connor and Hemingway. My taste is mostly dark. I enjoy reading about sick, troubled and foolish people. Books about apocalypse are great. Anything to do with madness, mania and the crisis of modern society strikes a chord in me. To give folks another idea of what I like, I've been reading a terrifying nonfiction book about unexplained disappearances in US national parks. Before that I read W.G. Sebald's The Rings of Saturn and I thought it was flawless. I am considering reading another by him. I would really like to branch out a bit. Can anyone think of anything I might like?
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Hey /lit/, do you think a formal writing organization would work? A similar concept to a team of marketing executives and songwriters sat round a boardroom table writing the next chart hit. This group would be aimed at the under 18 age bracket, and would churn out pulpy teen garbage, but would cover a wide range of genres and subjects. I guess similar to the Goosebumps books, but here 'Goosebumps' would be the recognised name of the publishing house, and multiple people would be involved in the creation.






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