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give me the best porn paragraphs you have encountered in otherwise nonpornographic novels.
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Where do you guys download ebook from?
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Hey /lit/...George R.R. Martin is a talentless hack that blatantly plagiarized European history and raped the unabridged Oxford English Dictionary for his abortion of a novel. I like the show though... CAPTCHA: ofuckfis mann.
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"He knew women early, and since they spoiled him he became contemptuous of them, of young virgins because they were ignorant, of the others because they were hysterical about things which in his overwhelming self-absorption he took for granted." >tfw hetero but despise all women because of Great Gatsby syndrome >tfw I will never find my Daisy >tfw I know even if I do she will eventually go back to fucking a dumbfuck Tom Buchanan type >re-read Great Gatsby >utter fucking intimidating genius
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>Dominatrix sex witches taking over the universe >Jews are a suddenly an important faction that must be protected for some reason Wow, this series gets fucking dumb
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Hello /lit/, I'm starting my own library in my house, but I'm not sure I have enough books to fill the bookshelf I bought. I really like Asian literature (Mostly China and Japan.) and I already bought The Tale of Genji, Monkey/The Journey to the West, Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio, and I am a Cat. I also have Don Quixote, and Paradise Lost. What else should I get to fill up my collection? Picture Unrelated.
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>Agatha Christie bitch, please, wouldn't let even blow me

Crime and Punishment

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I just finished reading this novel for the first time as an adult. The reason I mention, "as an adult" is because I am aware that this book is a required reading for many at the high school level. Even though I am implying that since I have read it as an adult I have more appreciation for it (which may be the case), I am interested in what anyone that has read the magnificent work of art thinks about it. What were you impressions while reading the book and how is it that you felt after you finished it? I really enjoyed it and the entire plot was very interesting to me. I like the psychological as well as the philosophical aspect that are written about in the book. While reading the book my heart throbbed from all the suspense and emotion. At one point I fancied I was the criminal. Just, WOW! Great book.
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How do you get to the point to where you can comprehend literature where the gratification is what most good readers talk about?
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I know, at least one of you is gonna get butthurt over this, But I just recently read Looking For Alaska, by John Green. For all of it's flaws. I thought it was a beautiful book, well written, hilarious and serious. It was hard to put down. What did /lit/ think of it? What does /lit/ think of John Green?
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>Open /lit >not a single Zizek thread on the frontpage I am disappointed.
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Hey /lit/ What are some of your favorite aphorisms?
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Anyone work in the book trade? Libraries? Publishers? Book shops?

How to name

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Hey /lit/, was wondering if any of you felt like helping me with something that I have wondered for a long time. I'm starting to make a little story for my fantasy character, and I'm stuck on choosing a name. I would like it to have meaning behind it, and have no idea how to do that. For example, Kratos 'supposedly' means power in ancient greek. Any translator I try, I don't get anything like that. (and I obviously do not know anyone who speaks ancient greek to confirm). I've tried translating 'strong' 'leader' etc in different languages and just messing around with the word to get a cool looking name, but, nothing seems to work. If theres some special, secret 'root words for names' thing someone could show me, or something, so I could try to get just the right name for each personality of each character, that would be great.
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/lit/, What is your favorite book? Doesn't matter what genre. Post your all-time favorite book here! Just finished "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep" and now I need a new book.
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/lit/ I need a name for a character that looks like this guy. Person in pic is Amir Aczel, some random (and not very good) academic author who happens to look almost identical to the person the character is based on. Amir isn't cutting it for a name. The real guy's name is Peter. Short and simple. What should my character be?
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bestseller list for Anglo World http://www.nytimes.com/best-sellers-books/2012-09-23/combined-print-and-e-book-fiction/list.html what's your excuse?
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Hey /lit/ when was the last time you left a book unfinished? Mine was 15 years ago. I can´t help it but when I start something, I have to finish it no matter how shitty it is. It's like I'm afraid of losing something, and I'm afraid of judging a book for it's first half, or 100 pages, or it's cover. Anyone feeling the same here? Any advice? I feel like I'm wasting time. It doesn't happen very often. I enjoy most things I read, but when it happens it's a royal pain in the ass.
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Best 'Hobbit' <£100 edition? Thinking about this one: http://www.foliosociety.com/book/HOB/hobbit
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I'm trying to remember the name of a book I read as a kid. I thought it was part of the Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark books or but I haven't seen it listed anywhere in the series. It was about how to set up a Halloween party and the title was similar to the series, Scary Stories to Tell at Your Scary Halloween party or something. The inside had ideas for kids making decorations and some tips for themed foods. That's about all I can recall but any help would be greatly appreciated.






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