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The more we know,

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You may control your governments, in a democracy, but the military and the police and the intelligence services control you. Why do you give in to the illusion of freedom after just a single layer of illusion. hat's pretty pathetic. You're pathetic.


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>tfw you're deleting your old fanfictions because you don't want them to ever be found It's a bid sad though, since so many people favorited them and liked them, but oh well.
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what do you guys use as a bookmark? I use a book of matches but I lost it.
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Postcyberpunk is a distinct genre. Where it differs from cyberpunk is the characters are much more social, rather than loners. It is about improving society, rather than destroying it. Society is in a state of permanent technological innovation (The Singularity?), nanotechnology has vastly improved life and can solve most medical problems. The reason postcyberpunk hasn't had as much impact as it should have is because film-makers haven't been doing their job since the mid-90's. Normally, movements in literature leak into film, but Hollywood has been sticking to formula and is much less willing to take a risk on upcomers with a new idea or adaptation. A postcyberpunk, live action movie could be all it takes to spark the public's interest in the genre and would breed more postcyberpunk works. What are your thoughts on the genre? Try to keep the autism to a minimum.

What are you working on?

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Hello, /lit/! I just finished two projects I've been juggling (one was a suburban noir screenplay, and the other was an absurdist one-act play), which means it is time to start something new! ITT share your current writing project. I've been piecing together an idea for a one-act play about the last dinosaur on earth. With everything he once loved destroyed, he travels the smoking wasteland, meeting strange new animals along the way. During his journey he is forced to confront the unstoppable changes in his life, and find meaning in things after the rug that was his former life is pulled from under him. I want to explore themes of change, being lost, and control. Well that's my new project. Describe what you're working on, /lit/.
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Do you ever mix up stuff that actually happened to you with things you've just read in books? I think I perceive myself as a lot more sociable than I am just because I read a lot about sociable people.
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Hey /lit/, I'm looking for some authors that implement the idea of absurdity (or meaninglessness) in their works.
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Which works of literature explore God but are not religious. You know, works like TKB.

les recent purchases thread

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What is it that you think I should read first, /lit/? "Dieu a tout fait de rien. Mais le rien perce" ~Valéry

great set

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Help me win a bet please - find this book

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It is a child's book. Possibly from the 60s, 70s, or 80s my edit, I think it was from the 80's, I read it between 1983-87 . I only recall two things from the book. One is a child reading from a book with warm golden light pouring out. The other is a child in a small boat with a lantern hanging from an small hook above him. The boat is shaped like a chair with a tall back that curves around with the hook for the lantern. MY EDIT I believe I remember this boat with a lantern hanging off the front of it going through a cave If anyone knows what book this is I would be forever grateful. I loved it as a child. I seem to remember the book is sort of a compilation of stories. It may not be a single story. I could be totally wrong, but I think it was something like this book takes the kid through 3 tales, that are slightly interwoven IE NOT just like Chapter 1. the lantern does this. Chapter 2. the lantern and boy are now randomly in Egypt I think the book flowed like he had the 1st adventure, and it lead down a river to another, and then down the river through a cave, note that it might not have been exactly 3 stories, but something in that area, and finally back in his bed at the end
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What does /lit/ think of Breakfast Of Champions?
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What's your favorite DFW book/story collection (Infinite Jest doesn't count). I'm halfway through Consider the Lobster and loving it.
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Sir Arthur C. Clarke was a pederast who moved to Sri Lanka to molest young boys and memorialized it in Rendezvous to Rama's foreword ("to Sri Lanka, where I climbed the stairway of the gods"). Does this in any way affect your opinion of his work? Is it possible to respect work acontextually? e.g., can you enjoy a good OJ Simpson touchdown knowing he murdered his wife?
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Whereto answering, the sea, Delaying not, hurrying not, Whisper’d me through the night, and very plainly before day-break, Lisp’d to me the low and delicious word DEATH; And again Death—ever Death, Death, Death, Hissing melodious, neither like the bird, nor like my arous’d child’s heart, But edging near, as privately for me, rustling at my feet, Creeping thence steadily up to my ears, and laving me softly all over, Death, Death, Death, Death, Death.
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So /lit/ it appears we have been entered into a Minecraft map where almost every board is allocated an island to inhabit and is given resources which are synonymous to the board's common theme. Would any of you actually want to participate in this? I think we would prosper well obviously being the most intelligent board. And through good leadership and cooperation we could end up becoming pretty powerful and dominate. What do you think would be our strategy for survival? Steam Group: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/implyingyourgroupisbetter Map Progress: http://mapfag.tumblr.com/ I have put myself forward on the Steam group to be the leader of our board. I will obviously relinquish that position should a more competent candidate arise.
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Is there a more subtle way of determining your intelligence? I mean, instead of some online test is there a practical method you can use to guage yourself?
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I think I made a great breakthrough in my writing yesterday. I'm not going to write "great masterpieces" anymore you know, the ones that are chalk full of themes, motifs, morals etc. I'm just going to write shit that entertains me, and that I think will entertain other people. I'm through trying to make "elevated" literature that resonates with works of the "greats". Feels free.

Women can write books. Good job women!

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Just finished reading this It was pretty good Am I gay?

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