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They have sex and each have their first full-body orgasms.
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Ebook readers aren't for everyone. I get that. I'm cool with it. I like them myself, but I can totally see that they have drawbacks and aren't ideal devices. What I don't get is why so many people who don't like ebook readers are so damned obnoxious and evangelical about not liking them.
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Now I've never been to this board, but I've heard that this is really worth a read What does /lit/ think of it? Will it live up to all the mystery and hype? Thanks friends
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What is god tier science fiction to you, /lit/? Pic related?
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can anyone recommend any books about the self? i've started to read kierkegaard and williams, and also parts of heidegger. but, i'm struggling with this concept of the self. i'm not sure that there's an "ontological" position of the self, i don't believe in any soul or spirit, and find that this searching is a bit pointless.. i think there's something interesting to be said about the self though, as obviously "it" disappears when we die, so there is "something" there to look for.. perhaps.. does anyone know of any philosophy that i'm looking for, but not finding?

Economics?

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Hey /lit/. I don't know anything about economics but I want to learn. Could you please suggest me some authors/books and, if possible, provide download links? pic related, apparently this man was an important economist.
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>"The reason of the unreasonable usage my reason has met with, so unreasons my reason, that I have reason to complain of your beauty" the fuck am I reading?
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYot5-WuAjE One of the first recordings of poetry ever made. The poet is old, drunk, and forgets the lines of his own poem. This is why literature is great.
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What is the allusion of Vulcans stithy from Hamlet?
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Hey /lit/, I need a book written by a non-white author who lives in a country that was at one point part of the British empire.
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What's up with Rimbaud ? Why is he considered by so many people as the greatest poet ever ? I've read all his works and he is nothing more than a genius among others. Few of his poems are actually great (Sensation, L'Eternité, Roman) but I can't stand poems like Ma bohème. tl;dr why is Rimbaud overrated as fuck ?
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Daily Spengler thread. Don't forget that this man influenced Miller and Wittgenstein

Writing

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I'm fucked up, in a really bad place and I need something to fix my mood. Therefore, I need something to write. Give suggestions, plox? Also, general gothic romanticism thread.
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Hi /lit/. I am very shy so please be kind. Tonight I attended a church service called 'Maundy Thursday' and at one point while sitting in prayer an idea came to me of a way to ride 4chan of it's long troublesome cancer problem. The solution is to post bible verses in threads on the most cancerous places on 4chan.. and well anywhere they can be applied, which is pretty much anywhere. At first this can be simple spam using a random verse ( http://bibledice.com/scripture.php ) and posting it in any thread you find particularly cancerous. More complex variations of such as roll images could be made for fast paced boards and even (dare I say) intentional cherry picking of verses to use for anti-trolling/pro-trolling. The data-set of the Bible is so large that there's plenty of 'OC' to be posted, as with most textual content on imageboards the posts can be short and sweet to avoid the old tl;dr response. I am not a very religious person but I do consider myself socially and spiritually aware (in theory at least), I enjoy Christmas and cringe when political correctness is prioritized over celebration of holidays. In practice I often make mistakes think I offend people, which I'm sure I often do anyway without meaning to (see r9k for 'that feel'). This idea of bibleposting to 4chan could be considered a way of repenting for all our collective shitposting as Anons or just a fun project of pseudo-missionary work, one could even called it e-missionary work. I'm not trying to force a meme here, just trying to plant the seeds of an old one in new 'soil'. I'm sure there's a bible verse/story for almost every possible human interaction irl but will that hold true for internet mediated interactions, only God knows xD! I have to admit for context that I've been lurking 4chan since around 2005. So far I haven't seen any Bible content posted. I doubt many of you will find this idea interesting but if you do please post in this thread. =) pic related, verse in next post.

Minority-Focused Literary Fiction: The Unspoken Shit-Tier Genre

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Short rant: Out of curiosity, I recently took Joseph Boyden's novel "Three Day Road" out from the library. This isn't the type of book I normally read. Like most people on /lit/, my taste leans toward the classics. But this book won a few Canadian literature prizes, it was lauded by the press, and it's sold tens of thousands of copies. So I decided to give it a shot. Sure you can see what's coming. This book is fucking atrocious. If you want me to give you the plot summary -- too bad: there is no plot! No plot, no structure. Not that all books need plot; some can stand on the virtue of their prose alone. Yet Boyden doesn't offer that. His prose is classic "MFA workshop": simple, straightforward, predictable. What DOES this novel offer? "A look into the lives of strong yet institutionally-victimized Canadian First Nations people." When is this bullshit going to end?
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Lf good science fiction similar to asimov foundations, help me!
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Hi /lit/, sorry for asking here but I don't know if the other boards could answer this question. Assume there is a dog house and a cat house. Is it correct to say "I visit the dog and the cat house" or must it be "I visit the dog and the cat houses"? I already searched the web but didn't find this specific question answered anywhere else.
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Does Tao Lin transcend the good-bad dichotomy?
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F. Scott Fitzgerald is a faggot

Sharethread

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Let's have a sharethread /lit/! I'd personally like to request the Theban plays translated by Robert Fagles, but will bump with other stuff in the meantime that I haven't really seen around here.






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