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I've never really understood this quote by Musashi, "Think lightly of yourself and deeply of the world" Can any of you explain it to me? What does it mean to think lightly of yourself? What does it mean to think deeply of the world? And why must we do these? This isn't homework, I promise. I've just been very very perplexed by what he meant by this for a long time.
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Have you ever ordered from The Book Depository? How long until an item goes from "Dispatched" to delivered? What delivery service do they use?
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Has there ever been a wholly successful Cosmic Horror story? Novel, short story, whatever you like. They always seem to be somehow a bit hokey and corny.
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Has /lit/ ever thought of doing what The Dice Man did?
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I'm stuck, /lit/. I'm writing a personal narrative, and I'm stuck. In the narrative, the narrator is on morphine. How the FUCK do I write a story with the narrator on morphine? All attempts leave me with something that almost exactly mimics generic bad writing. The experience of being high on morphine makes real life badly-written. Do I just have to pick another subject? Is it not possible?
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Anyone read this? Is it really the best novel of the past 10 years?
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Who's the greatest person alive in terms of artistic merit?

King Arthur

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Hey /lit/, I was wondering if there were any sites/videos/threads/anything that you knew of discussing the multiple different versions of King Arthur and how the characters, stories, and writing style were different. Specifically the Idylls of the King, Le Morte d'Arthur, and The Once and Future King. There has to had been some sort of article on this on some university website or something to that nature.
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does /lit/ have any good stories involving pretentious high school/college teachers? >be 18 >be senior in high school >not a huge reader but still more than most other kids in my school >english class, teacher is out >stuck up substitute teacher fresh out of college takes over >introduces herself >"yeah I'm reading Ulysses by James Joyce, you probably haven't heard of it, it's one of the hardest books in the English language" >roll eyes >big Indian guy who doesn't talk much at all blurts out >"I READ THAT BOOK WHEN I WAS IN SECOND GRADE" >entire class bursts out laughing >"um, are you sure? Ulysses? by James Joyce?" >she argues with him about it for almost half the class >finally she takes it out of her bag >"this book? you read this book in second grade?" >he flips through it >"oh no, I read a biography on Ulysses S. Grant" pic sort of related, kind of looks like him. he was my hero.
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I just finished The Grapes of Wrath and i'm not understanding the ending, was Rose of Sharon going to die with the old man? Is their some sort of deeper meaning? Good book though i really liked it.

Creative Writing

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Does /lit/ want to write a paper? It's an assignment on characterization; the character has five treasures, a ticket stub, cassette, shell, and a baby photo. I have to integrate these into the story as something that holds sentimental value for the character and explain how they were found.

for reasons passing understanding

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what does /lit/ think of Aaron Sorkin, pretentious liberal windbag or earnest god of screenwriting?

The Hipsters

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hey /lit/, anon just recently acquired what he believes to be a first edition copy of "The Hipsters" by Ted Joans. Pic related, it's the cover. The inside says nothing but the typical copyright/publishing information with the year "1961" Also, the pages have no numbers. So, is it worth anything?
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Why are so many Fantasy writers fat and creepy neckbeards?
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/lit/, I feel comfortable enough writing characters, settings, plots, clinches and climaxes, etc, but I always feel strange when thinking over the message of the story. Myself, im pretty mixed philosophically, I dont know if I could defiantly push or argue one philosophy over another, so really the only message I can push is "oh know I dont know what I believe", which I obviously wont do. That isnt to say that my characters dont know what they believe in. So /lit/, how do you feel about this when writing? Do you think of a message first then build a story around it, or write a story and find a message along the way? Can you push a message you dont believe in? How comfortable are you in being subtle with your messages?

/lit/ writes a letter to J K Rowling

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Here is our letter to Stephen King from a while ago: http://pastebin.com/UNyGfkWT I'm still waiting to hear back from him. Today we're writing a letter to J K Rowling. The rule is you're only allowed to post ONE sentence. Dear J K Rowling,
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So look I just got finished writing this story. Took me about 30 minutes to come up with and put into words for rough summary. Am I worthy of joining lit?

Story Ideas Thread

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Fuck you guys we're having one. >work-place comedy >newly dead person wakes up in office building >it's Hell >put to work as an accountant >in hell each accountant is given "clients" to manage, basically running the numbers to try to get more souls into hell >just like real accountants they try to find loopholes and shortcuts to make the numbers work >submit reports to the system that manages entrance to both Heaven and Hell, competing with Heaven's accountants for souls >boss, the Devil, is like a mix of James Woods and Steve Carrell's character from the Office >have things like casual fridays, office parties, etc >have things like torture when goals aren't met >MC decides to start screwing with the numbers to try to keep people out of Hell >does so much good by keeping people out of Hell he is summoned to Heaven >God tells him he has earned a place in heaven >MC realizes he can do more good by screwing things up in hell >tells God "Go fuck yourself" to get sent back to hell >God smiles knowingly and winks

Being Singular Plural

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Just finished this. Those of you who have read it, what did you think?
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/lit/, do you think God is actually dead? Was Nietzsche right? Actually, I didn't really understand what "the death of the God" shoul mean for us.

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