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thread to make you think

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Let's make a thread of quotes to make you think
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So David Bowie's newest art exhibit included a list of his 100 favourite books. What do you think, /lit/, is David Bowie a patrician? http://www.openbooktoronto.com/news/special_feature_how_read_bowie
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Was Dr. Seuss a good writer?
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Can I get some good poems to read, something in the vein of the Beat Generation or Bukowski (although I have an understanding they don't fair well here)? Any time era is fine, sort of looking for poems with spiritual meanings and the typical stuff like love etc thank you much love
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>“Single women have a dreadful propensity for being poor, which is one very strong argument in favour of matrimony.” — Jane Austen, letter of March 13, 1816. Austen confirmed for rampant sexist.
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what is the best way to torrent ebooks and transfer them to a kindle also if u do torrent an ebook do all the features on the kindle still work for instance dictionary, how far progress and the like?
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What did /lit/ think of The Bell Jar? I liked it overal, and there were some god-tier prose in it as well. The plot itself did feel a bit poppish (especially near the end).

Who would like to co-write a story?

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Who would like to co-author a post apocalyptic story. The whole idea being it is told be many...


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The woman walks along the crowded sidewalk, though because she is late to a meeting her pace is brisk. or The woman walks along the crowded sidewalk, though because she is late to a meeting, her pace is brisk.

Who would like to crique?

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would anyone like to share their opinion or critique my intro: „I dont remember when or why it started, but I wanted to know, to understand who we are. Why we are we like this, and not something else.” Writer tips fedora to the movie Silent Souls (aka Buntlings). In writing this story, this memoir, this is exactly what I feel. I am in the grip of a time passed from my life. A time, that seems more like a full life in and of itself that has come to fruiting, to its inevitable end, like the trains of Cocteau, only to give way to something new. Like the wave speech in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, I stand on precipice looking back, or perhaps rather I soar like an eagle over what has been a strange and exciting time, in my life. I pick over my mindscape of hypertextual sexiness, with an little added insanity. I travel back in time, revisiting all kinds of highs, with more a sense of contentment then sadness. I am about to move on, and there is an underlying uncertainty pulsating beneath the surface. Perhaps it is my soul or unconscious soul. Perhaps it is just a realization, that at some point in your life, you break the pattern and just grow up, however dull that may sound. Off course, I am ready for this new adventure to begin, to emerge from the cocoon of great depths and highs, and I assure myself that finding meaning, pattern, and clarity is the Human thing to do. Especially when summing up a life so far that many would claim to have been outside the norms of anything dictated by society. I cannot put an exact day, or time when my quest for fulfillment and knowledge started, it is lost in time, and the recurring waves of drugs, women (and men), violence, adventure, with bouts of consensual normality that followed in between the wave patterns. In the end, it is ultimately my story, one not unlike Proust's Rememberance of things past. It is a story of total free association, not just in writing, but in how I choose to live life to the very access, and perhaps even over the ledge of normality.

I've read 2 McCarthy novels, still don't see the appeal.

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Both 4/10s. Neither was terrible, but certainly weak. All The Pretty Horses, and The Crossing. I have Cities of the Plains, which I will probably read, but not quite yet. Okay. Here's the challenge. Explain to me why McCarthy is excellent, without reference to Blood Meridian. Explain in terms of his works generally...if you can.
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>Reading pic related and my mom comes in asking what book it is. >"Oh, idk. Only the greatest and most important work of postmodern literature ever written, ever..." >"I thought that was James Joyce and Finnegans Wake" >women = retards.

GOD.Tier thread ONLY

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23yo.NEET. Heraclitus Aristotle Spinoza Schopenhauer Heidegger Foucault whose next.
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Final issue of Running Out Of Ink out now. Pay your respects /lit/ www.runningoutofink.com

Non-Fiction Thread

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Recommendations, discussions etc. Biographies, contemporary events. The usual thread,
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read this
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When can I call myself a writer?
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>New York Times reporting that Tom Clancy is dead
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Thoughts on Deadeye Dick? I'm thinking of reading it.

Novels Based On Screenplays

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So, I've realized I'm accidentally building a collection of novels based on movies. I've purchased some but have just found others. I've got 9 more besides this one and will post them in the next two pics. I'm not talking about novels that were turned into movies, I'm talking about movies that were turned into novels. I think this is interesting because it's the only way to experience the story non-electronically. If electricity and tech were to be removed, the only way we might know the story in some of these movies is by the novelization. I just got this one, Liquid Sky, yesterday and am pretty excited about it. I saw the move when it came out and thought it was pretty freaky for the time (early 80's, so I'm old). But the book of this cult movie has got to be pretty rare. This one doesn't appear to have been read, the spine isn't even broken. tl;dr Novels based on movies, do you have any?

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