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Hey /lit/ards. I've got this crazy side project that I'm doing in my free time. Some of you might be aware of The Great Books of the Western World series that was sold from the 1950's through the 1980's. My project is to republish them for free using public domain / creative commons editions, formatting and editing them to make nice readable epub/mobi editions and available for print on demand through lulu. This project will probably take a few years because there's a lot of shitty versions of the individual works out there that are full of OCR mistakes that people are actually selling and I want my editions to be professional quality. Anyone know of a group that's already doing something like this? After I finish the first 60 volumes (years I tell you) I want to go on to publish lesser known great books from outside of the west. What would you suggest for such a list?

Twelfth Night essay!

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I don't mean to be a drag or anything, I just really need help! I'm writing an essay, and would really appreciate if someone could give me an example of irresponsible behaviour of one of the characters in the play! I used the example of Sir Toby, always drinking/never making money kinda stuff. I also used Maria, not being a responsible in stopping Sir Toby and friends, when they where making a ton of noise one night. Thanks in advance!!! *Btw I read the book, just had a bit of trouble understanding some scenes, maybe I missed something.
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What are the best books on Ancient Egypt? Civilization, Beliefs, etc
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ITT: Minstrel lyrics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuVu9bb0gHQ&NR=1&feature=endscreen What is a youth? Impetuous fire. What is a maid? Ice and desire. The world wags on A rose will bloom, It then will fade So does a youth. So does the fairest maid. Comes a time when one sweet smile Has its seasons for awhile Then Love's in love with me Some may think only to marry. Others will tease and tarry. Mine is the very best parry, Cupid he rules us all. Caper the caper; sing me the song Death will come soon to hush us along Sweeter than honey and bitter as gall, Love is a pass-time that never will pall. Sweeter than honey and bitter as gall, Cupid he rules us all. A rose will bloom, it then will fade. So does a youth. So does the fairest maid.
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So I'm in the middle of reading The Magus by John Fowles and haven't been this swept away by a novel since Moby Dick. Can /lit/ recommend another novel as absorbing and intellectually stimulating as this that I can look forward to?
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I need a good book to help me pass some time on a flight tomorrow. Can /lit/ help me out?
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http://thoughtcatalog.com/2012/thishould-not-be-a-love-story-readindt-maxs-biography-of-david-fosterallace/ >When [Wallace’s sister Amy] was three, he knocked out her front teeth. When he was in ninth grade, he got so mad at her… that he pushed her down and dragged her through the backyard through the excrement left by their dog. Daily reminder that DFW dragged his sister in dog shit when he was 14.
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I've been writing my novel in wordpad like a faggot, and since it has reached novella length I want to use a better word program. What do you recommend I use?
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One of these threads?
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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!

Does aggressive advertising make a book better?

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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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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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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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Do you know any other books about the psychology of myth or the mythology of the psyche? I'd prefer something a little less optimistic.

Ishmael by Daniel Quinn

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Hey /lit/, what do you think of the book Ishmael and the philosophy behind it?
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whats the best e-book reader, /lit/? pic unrelated






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