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She was Grace In name and in essence To those she loved She exuded strentgth, laughter and life And to me also sorrow For circumstances that have bound her to my best friend And for whom we met in the warmth and serenity of her home Nothing from the first day I saw her and no one that has happened to me since has ever been as frightening and as confusing For no person I have ever known has ever done more to make me feel more sure or more insecure or more important and less significant. Just saw this on Family Guy and thought it was actually really powerful.Thoughts?
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Which philosophers advocate 'you shouldn't give a fuck, not ever'?
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So /lit/ I don't know if this will be of anyone's interest, but there is a nice website I found through stumbleupon, which is called page99test.com You basically review the page 99 of books that people submit. You can get yours reviewed too. I figure there's a lot of people here trying to make it as writers, so I thought this would of interest. >inb4 viral
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ITT: Must read books.
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"A man is three things. What he thinks he is, what people thinks he is, and what others think of him" What does /lit/ think of this french philosophy?
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Oh snap http://www.openculture.com/2013/07/slavoj-zizek-responds-to-noam-chomsky.html
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Rate my taste /lit/. >Favorite Book The Unbearable Lightness of Being >Favorite Comic The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck >Favorite Film Fargo >Favorite Band/Artist and Favorite Album by Them Can - Tago Mago >Favorite Play/Production 12 Angry Men >Favorite TV Show and Favorite Season of It Party Down - Season 1 >Favorite Video Game MGS3: Snake Eater
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At what age did you realize you were only reading "literary" fiction and The Classics because you wanted to convince yourself and others you were smart and cultured, and decide instead to read stuff you actually enjoy reading? For me it was at 18. I know that's a bit late but apparently people go on reading "The Classics" well into adulthood, seemingly convinced that there's more to them than a bunch of jumbled nonsense trying to come off as recondite (lol).
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What is it about Pynchon that makes him so popular among young people today? If you step back it's kind of odd. A guy who writes about weirdos with weird names drowning in paranoia, sprinkled with mathematical formulae is well-liked by trendy 'hipsters'? I mean, I guess I get the whole 'artsy' thing, but I could totally see Pynchon being some obscure high brow writer (Gravity's Rainbow and M&D in mind here) if he never became famous.


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Has anyone here read Aristotle's De Anima? If so, is the version edited by Durrant a good place to start or not?
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>tfw the archive was taken down How does this make you feel /lit/?

Need some help starting to write Fiction

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Hi /lit This summer I want to start writing some fiction (short storys are probably the best, I'm not sure), but I dont know where to start, if there are any tips or if its just jump into writing. I normally write poems and some text's about society,school,reviews to movies,books, etc... and the only fiction I've tried in the last few years was writing as poems as other person (normally I pretend I am a serial killer talking to his victims), I dont know if I am good or not, my colleagues tell me I am (but they are 14/15 years old like me, so I dont know if I should trust them) , and my portuguese teacher (english is my second language, but I liked to write in both languages) liked the texts that I showed her, but they were all poems or nonfiction texts. So I'm basically starting from zero. I'm currently reading Stephen King On writing, and I also have other books about writing in my EReader, for example The Elements of Style, but these books only help me if I start writing, my problem is start writing how ? I normally don't like to plan, but should I? Is there any rule about short fiction ? Any structure that a beginner must follow ? I would like to write horror,sci fi, fantasy, maybe something about a life of a person in a city, things like that. And finally, now that I got a EReader I can read lots of english books, I already have a enormous list of horror,mindfuck and depressive storys to read, but if there is any author/novels/shortstorys that I should read, tell me please and I shall try to get it. Thank's in advance. P.S.- Sorry for my bad english. P.P.S.- I'm thinking about trying to turn movies into texts (just like Stephen King wrote in On Writing), do you think it would be good for training ?
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What is the most iconic book cover? I think the one most people remember from their youth, so I'd go with the Robert Munch.
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>tfw you try to read and can't comprehend a fucking sentence Am I the only one or does this happen to you? It doesn't happen all the time. Every once in a while it's really bad to the point that i can't even get through a page.
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How do I into Marxism, communism, syndicalism and other alternatives to capitalism? I've just been reading Wikipedia but I don't know who to actually read.
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I like future dystopian fic (i've checked the sticky most of the recs i've read already or are a bit too old for my tastes) and I must say I'm really digging "The Orisions of Soonmi-451" part of Cloud Atlas. Any suggestions on full length books in a similar vein?
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>There are people on /lit/ right now who haven't read Infinite Jest
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ITT: suggest a book to someone who has literally never bought a book in his life nor read any but constantly writes about his relationship with women. Preferrably something regarding desperation, complete hopelessness while still maintaining slight hope, despite the fact that all odds are against them, a bad ending would be perfect. I don't know if i'm being way too specific, but I'll give it a shot anyway.
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Post your favorite line, quote, whatever, doesn't matter who said it. Preferably somewhat short, & depressing, although anything flies. Just a line or whatever that seemed to resonate with you. >If only my heart were stone - McCarthy
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What does /lit/ think of Italo Svevo?

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