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Just going to go ahead and put this here, I finally found the version of the meditations I was looking for (the recent Gregory Hays translation) and thought I'd share. Yes it's in mobi, but that's out side of my control I'm afraid. http://www.mediafire.com/download/afcskshc7m876cv/Meditations_-_Aurelius_Marcus.mobi Can we have a Stoic general I guess? Anyone here interested or has actually worked with Stoic practices? What do you do? I like hypomnema (journaling) and I find some of their premeditations helpful.
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Can /lit/ share with me some more examples of "elder god" tier villains?
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anyone out there have either a pdf or epub file of Marie Calloway's " what purpose did i serve in your life"?
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'm looking for the name of a genius writer I read about some years ago on Cracked.com The writer in question lived in the 50's and he basicly took drugs and wrote non-stop (up to 2 stories a day). Then, when he died, hollywood got a hold of his stories and they're basicly cashing in on this guy's incredible plot twists and stories. Google wasn't of any help so far.
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What do you think of Richard Morgan's work? I have read Altered Carbon which I consider to be my favorite science fiction novel (I don't think I've read more than five in my life however) and I've read some of The Steel Remains and Broken Angels. Altered Carbon is a solid book throughout with a good mystery, tone and interesting protagonist. I couldn't really get into the sequel Broken Angels as the Kavoc comes across as a major dick this time and not in an interesting way. Steel Remains was cool, might go back to that one.
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What are some good books about one person who manipulates people, influences them to get what he wants. Like a politician or a lawyer? Somewhere in the range of Francis Underwood and Petyr Baelish.

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/lit/ please suggest me weird books. Saying weird I mean conspiracy theories or creepy books, occultistic/kabbalah stuff. or another shit that you'd call weird. >inb4 gtfo to onionland. pic not related
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Have any of you read this? I've noticed it has been getting quite a bit a flak. Do you think most of it is coming from patriotic Americans too sensitive to take any criticism? Personally, I found his witticisms to be clever and funny, and many of his observations to be spot on. This is a book I would recommend.
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Hey, I finished reading American Gods Arguably one of the best books I've read this year (not that I've read that many) So, what do you guys think of it? Also wondering what the difference is with the original version and the author's preferred text version (I read the latter)
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This book genuinely blew my mind. Everything from start to finish was phenomenal, White was clearly a very thoughtful and intelligent man and I found this work to be immensely humbling. I'm not even a writer and I know that there is absolutely no way my own thoughts could approach this orderly parade of ideas for over eight hundred pages. The prose is phenomenal, I was completely lost in the beautiful descriptive language of medieval England and medieval pursuits during The Sword and the Stone, and the psychology is deep, realistic and important to the world today. The entire Lancelot cycle and the conclusion with the Orkney faction, Gawaine and Mordred was probably the best few hundred pages I've ever read on the subject of human nature, why wars are fought, and how to prevent war that I have ever read. I feel like this story represents a lifetime of deep thought by an exceptional intellect ;and the dense, sinewy philosophy written into the text feels almost like how a person thinks. It's disjointed, it gets across so much and yet there's no answer; White is filled with doubt and hope and ideas about mankind which are left unresolved by the end of the novels, but the element of hope, and even that old motif of the new generation of youth carrying out the ideas of the old, well meaning failure at the end of his last stab attempt was just so beautiful to me. I'll definitely be re reading this a few times over the years, you should really pick it up /lit/.

Fantasy

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Post your favourite fantasy books, authors or subgenres.
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What are some good self-help books /lit/? Things that could teach you how to study more efficiently, eat healthier, read faster, etc.
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Has any subsequent self-insert fan-fiction come close?
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So I'm about to start reading this book, what can I expect? Also, books you're reading.
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RAVENCLAW!
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Would /lit/ recommend "Malice" by John Gwynne to someone who enjoys epic fantasy novels?
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Hi c/lit/s, I am reading The Naked Ape trilogy by Desmond Morris and I am finding it... well, entertaining. Nothing more. However, that would suffice to kickstart an interesting thread. What are your thoughts on this trilogy and the whole concept of sociobiology in general? Cheers,
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I have recently exhausted my backlog and am looking for the next book. Lirael (Garth Nix) would be the big favourite, especially the first half. The seventh tower and mistborn (not the last novel) were good also. And...Arya Stark's segments of Game of Thrones if you haven't read any of those. Something solitary (two people max) with a focus on exploration, be it geography or a flavour of magic, rather than survival. The fact that they all have female leads is irrelevant. Also post your favourite "genre" of fantasy and a couple of your favourites.
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Are there any stories/myths about the "evils" of recording? Whether it be writing, audio recording, etc.
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Does anybody here know of any reliable books on Slavic paganism and pre-Christian mythology?






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