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Good God, the awfulness of this board isn't even entertaining anymore. Bye forever. It's been a good two years.
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What does /lit/ think of The Bridge on the Drina. For those unfamiliar, it's a book by Ivo Andric, which earned him the Nobel Prize. The book is basically about a small village in Turkish occupied Bosnia and the time period ranges from the 16th to the 19th century. I'm from Serbia so I read it in the original language, but I'm curious as to what it's like when it's translated. There are terms that are very region-specific and I had trouble figuring out how somebody would translate them.
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/lit/, I need the following things: Best book about potatoes. Best book about Caesar. Best edition of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. Thank you in advance.
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>them parts narrated by a retard I can relate to him but howd you normal people get through it? Did it turn you off at first?
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So is /lit/ any less shittier than it was a a year and a half ago?
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Hey /lit/ wot is ur favorite Stephen King book mine is The Stand WHAT ABOUT URS
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I started writing a historical fiction and ended with a sci-fi thriller with comic & screenplay potential. Where do I go? I am a /lit/izen though I may have to emigrate to /co/ Feels weird man.
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Hello /lit/ I have not read a great deal of books in my life. My favorite books so far are: Perdido street station Flatland: a romance of many dimensions Since I am a slow reader, it is still a huge time and energy investment for me to finish a book even if its good. For that reason I mostly enjoy books that teaches me something, making it worth the effort. A plan on picking up The Art of War by Sun Tzu. Have you read it, and if, did you like it? Any other recommendations are obviously welcome.
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Lets talk Fantasy What do you like to see? What loathes you?
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Can anyone talk about the maias by Eça de Queiroz ? I got a report to do on the subject of love in this book > got no ideas >pls help
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Has anyone read Alan Moore's novel Voice of the Fire? How is it? I was disappointed with Neil Gaiman's attempts at writing a novel.
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Hello. What thriller books would you recommend /lit/? I've read basically none so you can recommend me classics.
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What books are as crazy and weird as The Master and The Margarita? Looking for books i a similar vein. Also Russian lit general?
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was the religious right the ultimate victor of the so-called "wars" between postmodernism and scientism?

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/lit/, I need you to criticise this passage - I'm deluding myself into thinking it's good. It's midway through a trilogy of parables I'm editing. Also general critique thread. "Three years had passed. The infant was master of a dialect and walking, but not of others. His chest was imprisoned by a blue pullover, with the smile emblem of the school he’d just escaped, as he demanded his mother by lobbing a plastic car against the wall. Inside was the family of four, where the ties of natural chaos and learnt order brought feigned happiness to all. Milk curdled as the infant roared against heaven and arose against the playmat town that worshipped him. He thrusted the sole of his boot against the hillside boxes overlooking the commercial district. Although obscured by their land’s smallness, little people lived in these boxes. These were people who arose at dawn to praise the divine birth of their king and his otherworldly master before starting the day’s affairs in the smog scoured valley. They bought and sold pointless goods believing they were beyond the primitive idea of value by need, but they all needed meaning. They complained of ill-governance but paid for half-truths. Ultimately, they derived all pleasure from what they called the curses of mortality. Beneath the smog cloud, some had always warned of immediate doom. “We have abandoned the Pantocrater!” was a common slogan. “The Pantocrater’s action heralds his judgment!” was their response to miracles of revived limbs and the sudden appearance of new hillside boxes to house the ever-booming population. “Mass death begins now!” followed the publicly-watched disappearance of prominent agitants for war."
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Hi! How do I refer to another heading in an essay? Say I write about X in header 1. Then I want to communicate that there's more about that in header 2. Do I just make a paranthesis like (read more: header 2) or what's the right thing to do?
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Zoom out to a large enough scale and we are replicating mould in the form of intelligence. We are the penicillin to the higher intelligence. Planets are 'celestial bodies' and we are merely extensions of the celestial body that is earth. We as a single form of intelligence are split into independent forms through the brain. We as an intelligence were able to draw from the same materials as everything around us to create forms. The intelligence floods everything on earth. it is earth. Intelligence evolved slowly into active forms. External beings that were required to respond with the earth to survive; living things; fish, beast, monkey. The intention was always to perfect the intelligence. The further self aware the intelligence becomes the more it can adapt and progress. This explains the huge leaps forward in technology and consciousness. We are the only ones like us that exist. The first planet (celestial body) to grow a self awareness system.
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So,what's /lit/ opinion about The Man in the High Castle? This is the second book I read by K. Dick (loved Do androids dream of electric sheep) and I sure love the paranoic style that this author has,and also that he focuses a lot more in the characters and their point of view than most sci-fi writers. Really enjoyed Childan and Tagomi's storyline. Specially the ending chapters of each one. Juliana was pretty good also. What were your favourite storylines?
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¿Qué piensan de esta lista, /lit/? ¿Por dónde empiezo?
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Hey /lit/. I peeked into /co/ and the air was the wrong color, so I was hoping you could help me in their stead. I'm interested in reading some graphic novels. Over the past few months I've started drifting away from both reading and drawing, and this seems like a suitable cure for both. I'd like to avoid the typical comic book atmosphere in favor of something; not necessarily lighter, but warmer. Something with blues and oranges, maybe in concern of the surreal or dreamy with wide panels and pretty girls. It doesn't have to fit any or all of those criteria literally, I think I'm more interested in the mood than anything else. I have Amazon up and I'm looking to find at least 4 or 5, so all recommendations are welcome.






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