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What is the best stoic philosophical text, /lit/? In your opinions. Or at least the best introduction to stoicism.
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What's good music to read to, /lit/? Sometimes you can't find a quiet place and you need something to tune it out. pic related: what NOT to listen to.
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Lolita >12 year old girl and middle aged man "What a freaking pedophile, it's a sick book" Yet historically, many women have often been married at the age of 11-12. Physically, women are capable of childbearing around that age. Many European monarchs married 11-13 year olds when they were 30ish. In certain non-Western societies, women are still married at that age (i.e. Saudi Arabia, parts of Africa). Isn't Lolita about a biologically normal and cross-culturally normal type of sexual action that has been rejected by modern Western society (for complex reasons)? Isn't it falsely compared with prepubescent pedophilia?
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Post your retarded story ideas. Mine: >a man, most nights, dreams of a past life as a footsoldier in the Ottoman Empire participating in the 1529 Siege of Vienna. He finds that his actions, even miniscule, can have an impact on world events.

War and Peace

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I have a full set of original 'war and peace' books. Does anyone have any idea of the value? I'm not sure wether to sell them or to keep them.
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Lolita - Worth the read or just another overrated book?
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I would like to know what /lit/ thinks about The Divine Comedy(all three parts).
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I hope it has become clear to you that any big society needs a meta-narrative: religion, class struggle, nation exceptionalism, etc. Western liberalism has failed. It strips us of any meaningful meta-narrative and enthrones the state as our God. Without any greater-than-life purpose we quickly spiraled into decadence and hedonism, and our society is quickly disintegrating. So, what is a possible meta-narrative that should be installed over whatever going to succeed our contemporary liberal societies? Bonus question: When do you think we are going to witness the birth of humanity's next big "religion"? Are we going to be stuck with the meta-narratives invented by Middle Eastern philosophers/prophets forever?

a simple poem

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now is the time in the free space greetings to mimes great in lace erratic things reaching for leaves still finding no rings tonight I fall over a wall never fear guests, there here under floors every open door merriment yearning after they left near the rest under me still, I tried my best
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Doing english homework, and it say's "In what context do you think the email was written?" The email (text) in question is some casual email written about a holiday full of spelling mistakes etc. /b/ is probally full of illiterate fucks like me so help me out u pic unrelated as fuck
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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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