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romanticism

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??- be alive like that with how your heart bends the whirl'd in its longing swell -?? the romantics like Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, and Keats move us with the rhythms of the numinous — The Poet is often a Romantic and the vision of Romanticism echoes the Devotional Bhakti Yoga of the East. — Novalis, the German Romantic Poet wrote, ‘We read Poetry to heal the wounds that reason makes,’ while I also garden for the same purpose, writing has often been a balm to what is lacking in the, ‘please be reasonable’ approach to living — the Poem is never finished, the writer is always writing, grasping at the numinous, the unreasonable – guided by a pen dipped in laughter and tears, hopes and fears – aspired or enthused, drunk or merely called to a task he cannot finish as truth ‘n beauty have no beginning nor end — the writer is the pen and the words he has caught in the wind, a speaking heart singing a longing tale where there is only one Poem, one Story, one Song — a deeply conflicted Romanticism — a plaint of Beauty which cannot be captured nor knows any fear, yet is neither consummated in passionate embrace, a kissless kiss, a touchless face — so sHe goes to that longing Love that shall ne’er be won, peregrinated to follow an ancient aching heart, ’til life is done –
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So, could we discuss why Jay Gatsby is beta? Also, can we discuss books or pieces where the main character is beta? eg. Catcher in the Rye, The Great Gatsby, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
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Lolita - Worth the read or just another overrated book?
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/lit/ I'm looking for a thread that was probably archived a while ago, it was about the issue of the state of literature in response to the internet; what implications the internet has on literature, what it would mean for the internet to appear in literature, etc... how can I go about finding it? Thanks
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Which is the way to go, /phil/?
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Obscure word thread, perhaps? If you've got some interesting etymology to throw in as well, go for it. I'll start: >sesquipedalian A lover of obscure words. Also, work characterised by long, polysyallbic words. 1610s, from Latin sesquipedalia verba "words a foot-and-a-half long,"
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Does anyone know where I can get access to Dylan Dog comics online?
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Lit related Reaction Images Thread. (Your indulgence is appreciated.)
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Hey, /lit/. I wanna read some historical fiction. Recommend me something. I've already read James Clavell and Ken Follet, so what's the best you know of?
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Hey /lit/, does anyone have a nice PDF or MOBI version of 9 Stories from J.D. Salinger to share? I've just finished A Catcher in the Rye recently, and really enjoyed it.
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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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The Void.
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What happens if you take the blue and red pill at the same time? Captcha: music htellit
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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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Hi /lit/. I been thinking of reading this book, all I know is that it's about personified rabbits being chased out of their land by humans. I read Adams wrote another book called Shardik about a hunter chasing a giant bear, is it any good? Does /lit/ recommend any other Richard Adams books or should I just start with pic related?
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Hello all I am starting a new journal for poetry, does anyone want to be involved?
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When reading which do you prefer? >First Person Narrative? >Third Person Narrative? >inb4 Second person Narrative, get real people.
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I have seen a lot of talk on here about the barnes and noble leatherbound classics. People either love or hate them. But I have found another publisher that is making leatherbound books, some of them are even signed by the author. I wanted to see what /lit/ thinks about them. I really like this copy of the Tempist.Here is the link: http://v.eastonpresscatalog.com/intro2.asp
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Hi /lit/. I want to start reading a little of Kafka (never read him before). I checked Barnes and Noble, they have 2 versions of The Metamorphosis and Other Stories. Maybe you fellas are familiar with them and can recommend one? The shorter version is the Barnes and Noble Classics edition and I can't find the table of contents online. The longer version contains these stories: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/metamorphosis-in-the-penal-colony-and-other-stories-franz-kafka/1100618504?ean=9780805210576#product-commentary-table-of-contents-1






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