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Favorite words

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Hey /lit/! What are your guy's favorite words? Mine is schadenfreude because it's one of my favorite feelings and I like the way it sounds.
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Which is better: Dune or A Song of Ice and Fire?
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Free book for you all /lit/ http://www.mediafire.com/view/?y2v57m5dd7ahpf6 >A Capitalist in North Korea: My Seven Years in the Hermit Kingdom is the tell-all memoir of Felix Abt, a Swiss entrepreneur who worked in the world's most isolated, often called "Stalinist" fortress, for the last decade. Abt offers in-depth portraits of the thrills, adventures, hurdles and even accusations of spying while working behind the world's very last Iron Curtain. He finds a side of North Korea that is far from sinister—one that has been lost in the flood of accounts from defectors, journalists, activists, and politicians who have pummelled the nation into isolation. >The author was privileged to have been granted wide access to the hermit kingdom where he visited seven out of nine provinces and more than two dozen cities, interviewing hundreds of high-ranking communist officials and ordinary North Koreans. He became a figurehead in bringing capitalism to North Korea through all sorts of whimsical and unexpected projects: the Pyongyang Business School, the European Business Association in Pyongyang, and ventures in pharmaceuticals, precious metal extraction, and bottled water. >Did you know, for instance, that plastic surgery and South Korean drama shows are all the rage among the women of Pyongyang? That the capital offers a line-up of decent hamburger joints? That young North Koreans are eagerly signing up for business courses in preparation for market reforms? And that United Nations sanctions are the biggest obstacle to doing legitimate business in the DPRK? With more than 200 photographs taken by the author, A Capitalist in North Korea offers an account of the unknown aspects of North Korea, looking beyond tales of famine and suffering. If you like it, please support it by purchasing it at Amazon http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00APO647E/ref=r_soa_w_d

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She died during child birth.
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I saw these three books piled on my mother's nightstand. What is the best solution to this problem? Do I just kill myself?

Is 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea worth reading?

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To my surprize, I enjoyed reading 80 Days. Is this good, and how does it compare? I've flicked through it in a bookstore, and the prose seemed good.
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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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“Of Cleopatra’s “knowledge of how to make herself agreeable to everyone,” we have, on the other hand, abundant evidence. Generally it was known to be impossible to converse with her without being instantly captivated by her.” Is there a passage in literature that shows an encounter or meeting with such a charismatic person who works her magic. I'm looking for some well written literary examples. Looking for "how to be captivating 101"






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