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please give honest opinions if you don't like it that's fine just give an honest reason why A small storm had begun to brew in the dark clouds of the city skyline. Melancholy, grey, and black blotches of cloud dimmed the sunlight. Single beams of stars rays broke through patches here and there, many of which were punctured by skyscrapers, which stretched down to the city floor, an ecosystem of steal and fluorescent lights that glowed through ads and holographic images in colors of orange and yellow, and light blue, reflecting off dark metal surfaces of the buildings that surrounded them. Structures were built as bridges and walls, housing and businesses were meshed side by side, dividing the city into four main sectors while simultaneously connecting them through roads and ramps that crossed and interchanged with one another like veins, sending and receiving the city’s citizens to and from their destinations like clockwork. Many of the taller buildings, like the skyscrapers, resided in the government sector, and as such were constructed with greater care and funding. These buildings shined with artificial light, reflecting brilliantly off each others chrome surfaces. While advertising wasn’t prohibited, it was far more common in the indigent parts of the city. The business district, however, was much larger, surrounding its smaller sibling, comprised of massive skyscrapers and floating blimps that projected the daily news and forecast. Media outlets mounted on the walls of many of the buildings, side by side, and in many cases, one in the same with holographic advertising for fast food and energy drinks. The word ESSENCE was lit up one letter at a time in succession with a wavy symbol beneath it, then followed by the image of an attractive woman drinking a bottle with the same logo on it. Her eyes replaced the first two E’s in the products name and her seductive voice whispered the name and catch phrase. “Essence, For you, For me, For life.”
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Why does /lit/ hate Philip Roth?
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Anybody got literature about poker texas hold'em?


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So I've been reading a few Literotica . com 'books'. And was curious whether /lit/ found any of the somewhat longer story driven stories interesting. I myself found that the category Scifi&fantasy or Novels and Novellas were the best overall. Anyone with experience care to suggest some stories?
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Anyone read this book? if so what are your thoughts on it
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I'm doing a presentation on "The Squatter and the Don" by Maria Amparo Ruiz de Burton. This takes place after the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo and the 1851 Land Act in California. She makes the Don (owner of this rancho) and his family look aristocratic. The squatters say they look "like Englishmen" and their wives walk like queens. The Don also speaks very eloquently and has perfect English. The squatters themselves speak in a vernacular English and they seem ruffianly and rude. They kill his cattle and eventually force the family to retreat from its ranch to San Fransisco. My question is this character named Clarence. He's one of the squatters from what I can tell, but he isn't "like" them. He seems much nicer, courteous, gallant, etc. I just don't get why she made him all different when the other squatters are assholes. What was the point of this or what was she trying to say?
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Why do we look up to "famous" people? Famous people almost all the time lead a bad life which isnt too beautiful and complex at all. Look at all the famous people from history. All those people went through hell rather than heaven and our teachers tell us "Look at dem cool guize" - aren't ideals worthless and everyone shouldnt really give a shit? They have always been watched by public, their lives have been simplistic most of the time. Isnt there much more joy in a "meaningless" (to the public) life?
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Do you take notes, /lit/? Nobody around me ever read growing up, so the idea of scribbling notes in the margins or highlighting text or using more than one or two bookmarks just to keep your place is entirely foreign to me. However, I've grown a pretty respectable library for someone from my dumbshit hometown and now realize I have no way to track down quotes or other useful information that I really liked. So I'm curious as to whether /lit/ does things like scribble notes in their books or on paper to be stuck in as a bookmark, maybe with an edge protruding for you to find again.
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Who are the greatest science fiction writers of all time, /lit/? From that Heinlein thread I gather that many of you do not agree with the "Big Three" (Asimov, Clarke, Heinlein), and I'm inclined to agree. Good 'ideas-men', but not great writers by any means.


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I am writing a dissertation and need some survey responses! It's about sustainability in construction and the cost of it all. http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/K2QGCJY Just takes two minutes. Cheers
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>B.S major in Mathematics, Minor in Stats MS in Mathematics Ph.D in Math; Thesis on bounded harmonic functions attended SFU for B.S, and caltech for MS and P.hD >parents are both structural engineers, so inspiration I guess, and gifted in math >currently working dead-end field research job, hope to apply for professorship in next 15 years >MFW I so fucking wish I went to med school instead
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>check /x/ for latest conspiracy craze >see pic related >oh who is that a bertrand russel? >read up on committe of 300 >bertrand russell confirmed for illuminati who else of the literati are part of the elite bringing us a peaceful, glorious, space faring trans-humanity?
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Help me lit! Give me a rundown of the art of pencil sharpening broken into 50 page segments! Pic unrelated
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Postmodernism is going to be remplaced by a synthesis of Modernism and Classicism. Discuss.

The Dresden Files

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These books are for pre-teens, right? This is what people read after Harry Potter?
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Hello /lit/ I need to find a poem which best reflects what "peace" or "war" means, I will read this poem in front of a pretty large audience in the university library. However, I do not have any inspiration AT ALL. The poem also needs to be "praising of peace" and not too difficult (it needed to be easy/ current/comfortable (no literal English translation for what I mean) Please help me?
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ITT: Books you had to read twice, for any reason at all. Be it lack of comprehension, sheer enjoyment, being forced to (academic studies) or skimming different chapters looking for certain parts until you've eventually effectively read it again. Pic related. Once just to read it, the second time to enjoy the prose. It was much better the second time when I could sift out the general thoughts and reflections from the stretched plot. Same goes for FaL in Las Vegas and The Great Gatsby really.
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What would you recommend a non-reader like me to start with who is deepy interested in Physcology and Physiology? I've been watching more of Frank yang's videos and also looking at stuff like Introverts/extraverts and the relationship between Thought & Language.

Which should I get first?

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A Working Theory of Love - someone Carter Beats the Devil - David Glen Gold Oh God, I dunno which to buy next. It won't be until April 2nd, anyway (when my budget renews, although not the 1st cuz it's a Sunday and also I'll have chocolate eggs to eat). Both look enjoyable. I'm leaning towards Carter Beats the Devil.
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