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Could someone post that /lit/ philosophy guide?
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Is there any female author like Hemingway, Bukowski or Wilde with a female protagonist? It should just reveal some personal stuff in it.
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>Participating in a student symposium >don't really want to but someone told me that it will help my grad school application if I have experience in this >Get up to read my paper in front of a room full of professors and students >start reading, someone yells "SPEAK UP!" >the host gives me a lavalier microphone to put on my shirt >start reading my paper >everything seems fine >get to the question/discussion period >no one really has anything to say >a couple professors ask some easy leading questions but I can't think of anything to say because I think I fucked up somehow >say "uh" a lot and don't even answer their questions, just sort of trail off... >the moderator/host plays me off as gracefully as he can as I go to sit down before the audience has started clapping >have to get back up again because I realize I didn't take off the lavalier mic >afterwards my professor comes and says that I read my paper too fast and mumbled so no one actually understood what I was saying >I will forever be known as "that" undergrad Sorry for the blog post but this is probably the only place that can empathize with the academic suicide I just committed.
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Does literature have to have meaning? Can it simply be enjoyable?
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I've recently got a glimpse of this novel while visiting a friend. Is it worth reading?
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Hey /lit/, I found this board not long ago and began reading again. The problem is I made one of the first authors I read Pynchon. I'm spoiled now, and books I have tried to read since then just aren't enough for me. I recently decided to stop reading As I Lay Dying less than 100 pages in. I don't like the very southern setting, I'm not grabbed by the writing as I was with Pynchon, there aren't enough of those juicy sentences to keep me interested. What can I read now? What is there to read that has that same awesome Pynchonian language? (For reference, I've read Huxley, DeLillo, Flaubert, Nabokov was great, DFW was pretty good and has that same love of language, Wilde, and Marquez but none have been quite as satisfying)
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Why do Americans read more books than British? http://en.rian.ru/world/20081111/118255514.html
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>be library >find a nice place by the window >comfy chair >be reading >hear voice >man approaching >starts to excuse himself for the interruption >asks if i know how to recharge a prepaid phone >say no >continue reading >another man, from his table, asks me to go there and help him with something >"bring that pen btw" >mfw What is wrong with public libraries wtf? The place is great but is full of people who do anything but read... What would you guise do? Just ignore or actually "help" them?
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>buy book from ebay >used book 3 dollars >10 dollar shipping >can't unbuy >comes 2 weeks later >pages are yellow >cover is not the one i wanted >smells like humidity At least I didn't pay for it. Pic related, it's the one that was pictured and the one I wanted.
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What does /lit/ think about the Dark Tower series? Yes, I know it's Stephen King, but should I feel wrong about the fact that I greatly enjoyed (most) of it?

Isabel Allende has a new book out this year.

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Well, it came out in 2011, but it's out in English. The Notebook of Maya. No doubt another family saga done in her very good prose. I already know the answer to this is no, but is anyone getting it?
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Are you familiar with Howard Bloom, /lit/?

Arts, Music, Culinary Powerhouses Either/Or: France or Italy

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France or Italy? Call it as you see it. If you want to judge them as they exist today, okay. If you want to judge the two on their histories as a whole, okay. If you base your vote strictly on food, architecture, musical traditions, weather, cities, countryside, films, politics, painters--it's all good!

What are your favourite 2011 and 2012 books?

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If any (lulz). This is How You Lose Her - Diaz The Pale King - Wallace The Rules of Civility - Towles
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Aside from Pale Fire and Lolita what other works of Nabokov would you recommend, /lit/?

Ebooks and Prices

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So /lit/ what's the most you'd be willing to pay for an ebook that's roughly 300 printed pages long and by an author you've never heard of? Also, if you were buying a set of short stories for let's say $2-3, about how many stories would you be expecting? I know in the US people are probably expecting several, but from an author friend of mine I've heard people in the UK are will to buy 1 or 2 stories for $.99
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Hey /lit/! Just about to start on this motherfucker. I'm quite looking forward to it. Got the Penguin edition. Is the translation fairly reliable or have I made a mistake by getting this kind? Also can we have a Dostoyevsky/Russian classic literature thread?
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I want to read something by Mario Vargas Llosa, but his bibliography isn't slight. What would you recommend?
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How does one use similes well? I ask as often I find them quite irritating or annoying, the worst example I found was 'like that niggling at the back of your teeth, the detective knew he couldn't let the case rest.' Yet, at the same time Moby Dick is one of my favourite books because it is able to use similes so well. Much of the book is encyclopedic yet the use of simile is able to draw out much about life from his descriptions of whale bones or whaling folklore.






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