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Is he right, /lit/?

Chuck Palahniuk's Guts

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Looking for more stories like this one.
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Biggest asshole in philosophy of all time? Diogenes has my vote. >lol watr u doin dio wif da lantern das cray-cray I'M LOOKING FOR AN HONEST MAN. BECAUSE YOU ARE A LYING SACK OF PIGSHIT. >lol chill dio why do u liv in dat jar neway I DON'T NEED THIS SOCIETY. I DON'T NEED YOU. >yeh but u always eat dem onion and dat shit is unhealthy. YOU DON'T "KNOW' THAT. YOU DON'T "KNOW" ANYTHING. YOU ARE TALKING OUT OF YOUR ASS, FUCKER. >i jus wish you didnt piss on dat ladys corpse yesterday. her lil girl was lik, 12. she couldn stop crying YOU UPSET FAGGOT? I'M A CITIZEN OF THE MOTHERFUCKING WORLD, AND I CAN DO WHATEVER THE FUCK I WANT. >ok brah dont need to flip out YOUR SHADOW IS TOUCHING ME. GET THE FUCK OUT OF MY WAY OR I'LL START SHITTING ALL OVER THE PLACE.

A poem I made

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Moncrieff Proust?

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Anyone who wants to defend the Moncrieff translation of Proust, how can you defend the translation of 'À l'ombre des jeunes filles en fleurs' as 'Within a budding grove'? I realize that 'In the shadow of young girls in bloom' doesn't really touch the ambiguity and union of place and desire I understand is built into the original french either, but at least it actually *mentions* 'young girls'. Sure, Proust talks about flowers a lot, but he's never *just* talking about flowers. How does a Moncrieff apologist justify such an omission?
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should i start Snow Crash? just finished Slaughterhouse-Five and looking for a more serious sci-fi novel, if you could call Snow Crash serious.
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Which are definitely worth reading? Which are overrated? >American Psycho >The Things they carried >1984 >Catch 22 >A Short history of nearly everything >Slaughterhouse V >The Stranger (albert camus) >Flowers for Algernon >Brave New World >For who the bell tolls >The Great Gatsby >House Of Leaves >Lolita >Cats Cradle >Atlas Shrugged >The Mismeasure of man >Lord of the Flies >A Clockwork Orange >The Catcher in the Rye >Fahrenheit 451 >Crime and Punishment >The Stand
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A lot of people complain that classic and great works of literature are boring. Often it is a sign of ignorance or petulance but sometimes it can be fair. What are some of the big works in fiction you found boring? Me: >The Great Gatsby >good prose but dull narrative and pretty on the surface symbolism. Doesn't award multiple readings.
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Looking for books where the author shares a similar world view as Ayn Rand. I've read The Moon is a Harsh Mistress and that was amazing. What're some others?
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Not sure if this is the right place but I'll try it anyway, this is where I spend most of the time (redirect me if it isn't). Hope you can help. Some days ago I uploaded a 30Mb book to libgen, it was a set of scanned pictures showing two pages of the book in one of the pdf, and a couple of days after that I found that someone had modified it and turned it into a 3Mb page-by-page archive with no quality loss. How is this done? I assume it is some sort of picture compressing method but everything I've tried reduces the size very little if I want to keep the quality. I ask this cause I scan a lot of books (e.g. I shared here No Longer Human some months ago) and I'm slowly running out of space due to the big size of every book (each being basically a set of pictures). Would anyone here know how can I compress this fuckers keeping the quality?
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Hi /lit/, I have a question for you. i have a four tome collection of the Arabian Nights, but I feel them kind of childish and not so well written as they should be. The compiler/translator is Margarita rodriguez Acero. I wanted to know which compiler/translator would you recommend. Btw, I know Mardrus's and Galland's are some of the best, But those are really hard to get, so if you can put some relatively new ones or links to it, that would be great. Also I speak spanish, english and french, so originals in those languages get extra points. Thanks a lot in advance.

Speed Reading

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Sup /lit/ Anyone have experience in learning speed reading? What are the best book or software? Also what's your words per minute? >Mine 600 after some training I use eyeQ software
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i want to learn about thelema but i'm not sure which books to exactly get and what order to read them in so i can understand the teachings. help me out /lit/
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How many grains do you need to make a pile of grain? If you remove a grain to a pile of grain, is it still a pile of grain? How many do you have to remove in order to stop the pile of grain from being a pile?
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You can claim to be well read, but you never did the Kenosha Kid.
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These are inarguably the ten most significant literary works of the 20th Century. Fictions, Borges (1944) (ESP) In Search of Lost Time, Proust (1913) (FRA) Lolita, Nabokov (1955) (ENG) Molloy, Beckett (1951) (FRA) One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, Solzhenitsyn (1963) (RUS) The Sea of Fertility, Mishima (1969) (JAP) The Sound and the Fury, Faulkner (1929) (ENG) The Trial, Kafka (1925) (DEU) The Unbearable Lightness of Being, Kundera (1984) (CZE) Ulysses, Joyce (1922) (ENG)
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Heading off for an extended tour of Africa. Need Africa-themed reading materials, both fiction and non-.
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How old were you when you seriously started reading? Me, 19.
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ITT: god-tier songwriting. A few weeks ago, I discovered Phil Ochs, who is very little known (I should even say unknown) in my country, and I was mindblown by some of his lyrics, which are absolutely superb (Crucifixion, Song of my returning, among others). Can you advise me to other god-tier songwriters in English language?
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Daily Writing Thread. Don't be shy & express yourself. Bonus for stream of consciousness.






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