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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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Do you keep a dream journal? Its a nice habit to get into that awakens lucid dreaming, almost subconsciously. If you have one, post an excerpt.
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I feel as if I'm the only one who does not par take in the consumption of stupefying drugs.

Single best work by Flannery o'Connor?

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Can be a short story, or an entire novel. Although, I think we ALL know, her short stories are where it's at.
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I have gone through the recommendations and I havent found out shit, except that Hero of our Time and Heart of a Dog are Novellas. Well, I am currently 20 and I struggle with my life. It's that point, where you have time and strenght, but no fucking idea where to point it at. I have no mentor who can show me the way and so I seek wisdom in books. Recently I read "The Element" from Sir Ken Robinson and it was very good for me to read it, now I literally stumbled upon "Dirty Little Secrets" from Kerry Cohen and I plan to read it and "Loose Girl" and "Easy" as well (even thought they might be somewhat similiar). The problem is: These books are about sex and female teens that can't cope with their life. I seek sex too, but I never had it and I am male. This a topic rarely talked about, especially in this shithole called The Internet, and I can't find books about it. TL;DR I search books about boys and/or girls in their twenties who are stuck and dont know what the fuck to do with their live. Extra Points if they are depressed and find a way out (except suicide)
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>Ender is like 12 when he goes to Battle School >There is only 1 battle school >He is told multiple times by Colonel Graph in the trailer that he is humanity's only hope >The battle room is not a cube >There is no space for you to float aimlessly in the battle room >While using the simulator Ender can see the ships he is commanding >No mention of the fantasy game >>>Mazer Rackham is now an elderly indian man with samoan tattoos Enders game the movie, ladies and gentlemen
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What's /lit/ studying? I'm looking Arts at Melbourne Uni next year, major in english and theater studies (that's what their literature major is called, they just renamed it something stupid a while ago but it's essentially the old literature major). Any ausfags know much about studying literature here? Or just share whatever you're studying
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1-2 sentence literary or philosophical quotes that contain very useful advice.
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I have an ethical question /lit/. On this whole "Don't take pride in charity, or being nice or forgiving to others, and certainly don't laud yourself for being a good person" thing - why? Why can I not take pride in carrying myself better and giving more of my self than the average person? I would like to understand this notion. It's been drilled into me since childhood but I've never understood the basis for it.
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I want some good books to read this summer. I don't read as much as I'd like to. Pic related; it's what I'm reading now.
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who is 4chan's favorite poet? i'll start: Jack Spicer
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What are some good fiction authors that write in a pseudo non-fiction style pic related?
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Hey /int/, my birthday is coming up soon, and I've got some things I want. I was wondering if I should treat myself to some digital books, since I own a kindle fire and it's allowed me to read anywhere whenever, and just about any book. I was wondering if I should buy a proper bookshelf and possibly begin collecting actual literature? I only own childish books. I was considering kicking the collection off with Lolita. Any thoughts?
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Latin as the literary lingua franca >people need only learn one language >ideas can be transmitted throughout the entire Western world without the proxy of translation >since Latin does not evolve, people generations from now would be able to read our Latin writings just as we can easily read those of Cicero or Vergil. You know how we can barely read Chaucer now because the language has changed so much? Imagine that same process happening every millennium. >Classics from the Roman and Medieval eras remain widely read and respected by all educated people >The classics serve as a standard which prevent literature, art, and culture from becoming a completely temporal flux that has no grounding or respect for any tradition and forgets itself each generation. >Education standards are now, unlike in the 18th century when Latin was abandoned, capable of teaching every person who attends a public school to read Latin. or >people wishing to read all important works from the Western world must learn Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, and Russian >talented writers and thinkers from smaller languages either go unnoticed by the rest of the world or must be read in translation by 95% of the world audience (Kierkegaard) Can someone remind me again why writing in vernacular is a good thing?
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Can /lit/ suggest books about recovery? Or non-fiction books on ethics debunking utilitarianism? Pic somehow related. >Koala Photo Shows Forest Destroyed By Loggers, Animal's Heartbreak After Losing Home >The little guy wandered back to his home in New South Wales, Australia last week only to find it had been cut down and chipped by logging operations. A volunteer with WIRES, a rescue operation licensed by the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, said the koala had been sitting on top of the wood pile for over an hour looking confused, the Daily Telegraph reported. >He was later taken to a local veterinarian and released near an established colony, but the heartbreaking photo shows some of the hardships faced by the animals over the past few years. >Severe habitat destruction and the spread of a deadly chlamydia outbreak have decimated populations and the Australian government declared the species threatened in some areas for the first time last year.
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What is the /lit/ consensus on Dorian Gray?
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Hello, How does one become intelligent enough to comprehend works like James Joyce's "Ulysses"? Or am I just SOL if I cannot innately understand it?
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Survival genre films give me a massive boner. I thought books like that would get me excited about reading again. Like natural disasters, apocalypse, killer virus, ect. Where can I find some survivalist books, huh?
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To the e/lit/e gentry of /lit/. I am trying to find archives of the early 20th century newspaper, "The American Review." If anyone has PDF's, you can email me here: acthev@outlook.com, or if you have any links that would be helpful as well.






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