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Is there a term for a weeaboo-like person, who, instead of loving Japanese culture, loves Russian culture? There ought to be. I'm talking about the motherfuckers who read Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky, who play Metro 2033 and Red Orchestra, and watch Stalker and Come and See. Hell, they may even own a Mosin-Nagant There's gotta be enough of them out there for a label to exist
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I need help. My class is reading this book, and I'm having trouble with a few of the questions. What is the significance of the boss' desk? Is chapter 1 an attack on capitalism, why or why not? What does the boss represent? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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introverted protagonists in literature, can somebody direct me to some? pl0x
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Confessions of an English Opium Eater + Great Expectations + Huckleberry Finn + New York City = Catcher in the Rye No kidding.
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What does /lit/ think of Kurt Vonnegut?
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What are /lit/'s thoughts on war novels, science fiction or otherwise? Though I'm digging Haldeman from the first few chapters so far, I've yet to find anything on a non-fictitious conflict very interesting save Hemmingway.
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Poll time. >Gender >Age >Age when you started reading seriously >Average books per month >Do you write? >Are you good at it?

Polymath Thread

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Hey /lit/, do you self-educate? That is, are you constantly attempting to learn something new? I think it is a noble goal to become a polymath. I was thinking about putting together a polymath starter list. One that would cover many basic subjects and allow one to begin the path of self-education. I don't consider myself a polymath, but I am planning on becoming one. The areas would be as follows, with each subject having only two or three entries. If you have recommendations, please post them. Economics (Capitalism, Socialism, and various archaic systems) World History Western History Mathematics Evolution Theory Political Theory History of Philosophy Metaphysics Epistemology Ethics Logic Hard Science (Chem, Physics, Biology) Medicine and Pharmaceutical Theory Business Theory Psychology Linguistics If I forgot anything, please post in this thread. In this thread, let's try to pin down 2 or 3 books in each subject that provides at least basic introduction into the various fields they represent. Feel free to go out of order; the main thing we are looking for here is important works of literature in each subject.
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Just saw this at university, didn't write it.

There are three rules for writing the novel.

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Unfortunately, no one knows what they are. - W Somerset Maugham. It's probably true, isn't it? Damn you, Bill!

King Lear Essay

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Hey I'm doing an essay on Shakespear's King Lear and I need help coming up with a couple thesis. We have three topics and I need to link two of each together to make a couple thesis. Pride, loyalty and fear. So pride and fear, and then loyalty and fear. If you could help at all it'd be awesome!

Is this acceptable or unacceptable?

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Okay. Short story collections. Sometimes, collections from the same author re-use material. Maybe there's a collection with 70% new material, and 30% old material from a previous collection. Often, a collection is entirely new, except for stuff from magazines or whatever. My question is this: is re-using material okay with you, to any extent? I personally think that there should never be repeaties. I mean, Asimov did quite a lot of reprints, and Borges is fucking terrible for it: maybe 50% of Ficciones and Labyrinths crossover. Thoughts on this? I can't recall ever seeing a discussion about this on /lit/.

the adventures of scrotie mcboogerballs

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First I'm looking for this childrensbook on shitting all I have is this last page and it's in polish of something...I've tried looking for it but couldn't find it. But it looks awesome so I was wondering if any of you knows anything about it.
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Amy hempel writes good short stories
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does reading lots of books under isolated circumstances perverts and degenerates the mind of man?
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Fucking Chicken Clubs....
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Where can I get free pdf magazines? All kinds of magazines. I want to read them on my nook
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So I was considering buying some physical versions of literature, now that I've read a few books to restart my reading habits. Why is the 50th anniversary print of Lolita considered ugly? Also, where does the inspiration for it come from? I've heard of a rape/kidnapping around the time but there's people bringing up a short story or something that was printed before that?
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Hello /lit/. Philosophy undergrad here. Graduating in a year. I'm going to start my 35-55 page senior thesis this summer, due in a year. I know I want to write about music, which I guess would be under aesthetics. But I've got nothing specific. I've never taken an aesthetics class. Can you recommend me any good philosophy reads to help me spark ideas? My adviser already recommended Schopenhauer, so I'm gonna take a look at that.
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Is Dickens really that good? I haven't read any of his books, mind you I'm not a native English speaker.

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