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For my English class, I need to write on two works of literature with similar themes or ideas that need to be compared. I don't often browse /lit/, but I was wondering what you guys think would be a good pair? Pic more or less unrelated.
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Opinions on the Library of America collections? Do they use definitive texts? Is the paper an binding good quality?
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Here are the writing competition results hosted by CBC: http://www.cbc.ca/books/canadawrites/literaryprizes/index.html All the top winners of each category are women. Counting all the top winners + runner ups, 10/14 are women. The stories that "won" are absolute garbage. If I wrote something with better content, characters, and prose than Nabokov; I would still lose to these cretins. This is the world I live in.
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Hello there /lit/ What do you think of Woolf? Stream-of-consciousness writing in general, I guess. I picked up Mrs Dalloway about a year ago, and even though for some reason I really really wanted to like it, I ended up putting it down after 50 pages or so. I guess I might have been distracted at the time and that's why I found it so challenging. I've never had trouble understanding books before, but for some reason her long-ass sentences full of random thoughts and tons of imagery really tripped me up, even though I found them incredibly beautiul. So I'm gonna give Mrs Dalloway another go, hopefully things will go differently this time. TL;DR HOW DO I INTO WOOLF?
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yo /lit/, I was wondering if you could help me out. I've exhausted my reading list, and can't find anything that I'm interested in. I even went through the entire list already there. heres some books I've read and love. >the Mistborn trilogy >the night angel trilogy >the inheritance cycle >Harry Potter >The Seventh Tower series >The Earthsea books >The Temerier Series really what I'm looking for is a book that is good, keeps you captivated, with wonderful character development, and if the main character is a girl, all the better. also the main character preferably should be able to use magic. Thanks if you reply
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Hey /lit/ I was the guy asking for Sun and Steel by Mishima earlier, and some guy gave me the link and I downloaded It immediately. I compiled it into a pdf (about 100 mb) and was wondering where I should upload it so other anons could have access to it.
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what's the funniest book ever written/hardest you've ever laughed reading? is it possible to really laugh while reading or just small chuckles?
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Are there any good writers who were addicted to heroin/morphine/opium?
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Hysterical Literature: guy vibrates women from under a table as they read books out loud http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQuT-Xfyk3o
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Can you recommend me some books about visual art? Like the history of it and shit Pic unrelated
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Book talk thread? Brave New World by Alduous Huxley, thoughts on this book? I for one love the explicit irony in the "motto" of the society.
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Hey, writers of /lit/. Go ahead and post the beginnings of something you're working on. Or any extract, really. >Get constructive criticism >Work out the kinks >Improve your writing >Another step toward publishing >Come back and help other people out with theirs Anything at all - prose, poetry, drama. And, for the next hour or so, I personally guarantee a response for every piece posted (the thoughtfulness of my critique will, naturally, be commensurate with the ambition and scale of the text). I know a lot of work gets ignore in these threads, for no good reason, but I'll sincerely consider every original word you share!

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>> Does how you learn of a book affect your experience of the book? Is word of mouth more effective? >> picture not related
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Can you guys recommend some historical books (fiction or non-fiction) about obscure parts of history that are still really interesting? Nothing that's been way overdone like the Revolutionary War or the French Revolution. Maybe something about Australia's roots or the first world circumnavigators. I don't know, just something that you don't hear about often but is still interesting. I personally have no suggestions, but I'd like to hear some of yours.
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Read/Reading/Going to read thread? >Read Last thing was Stoner in February. It was beautiful. >Reading >A Game of Thrones Enjoying it, despite the criticisms >Going to Read Crime and Punishment
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How do you impress girls with your knowledge of literature?
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What do you guise think about this My girlfriend wants motorbikes but i have no one, aslo she is a big fan of soldiers but i'm an old /b/ faggot and IT Security Enthusiast >pic related
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Good morning, /lit/! I have a question regarding reading apps for smart phones, if anyone can help me with this. This could be a thread for e-reading in general as well. Recently I was saddled with an Iphone, and I'd like to try to make the best of it by getting an app for reading books on it. I've downloaded a lot of pdf files from the board and Calibre for editing files but I'm not sure which app would be best suited to use. Right now I'm looking at Comic Glass, which seems kind of nice because I could also use it for reading comics or manga. But if there's anything else that could be better or something that any of you use and like I'd love to hear it. I'm not really concerned about if it's free or costs money either, as long as it's good enough to have.






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