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"The nothing itself nothings" - M. Heidegger /lit/, pls explain
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Anyone have a digital copy of Our Band Could Be Your Life? Preferably in epub or mobi? Thanks.
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>comes from underprivileged background with English as a second language >gets accepted to a nice magnet middle school >teacher says to bring a book to class >brings Bunnicula >white kid comes over and asks to let him see it >white kids flips over book >gives me a look and says the book is only 3rd grade reading level >punches kid on face Okay, I didn't really punch him. It just made me feel terrible. The worst part is that I don't think he was even trying to insult me.
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Philosophers in bishi form. Also includes people like Jesus, which is pretty amusing. http://www.yamcha.jp/novel/philosophyGirl.html?n=30
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Can we get a time you made a literary joke/reference and it wen't over everyone's head thread going? >be at KFC >older guy says sarcastically >"how many shades of grey did they make this place out of?" >I reply as I'm walking out the door >"50, 50 shades of grey." he didn't get it. another time >working at pizzeria with this kid who is nineteen >telling me about how his and his fiancees parents don't like each other >I say >"like the Montegues and the Capulets from Romeo and Juliet" >he just said "what's that?"
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I want to begin a quest to de-pleb myself what is the first thing I should read and why? >in b4 read the sticky

Post Apocalyptic Literature

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Hello, /lit/ /b/tard here trying to expand my horizons. I'd like some recommendations for post-apocalyptic literature. Specifically things like Metro 2033, and other such books like that. Dirty, grungy, violent, and good.
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I fucking despise Meursault. I am also deeply curious of /lit/'s opinion on this book, please, tell me what you think.
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Does anyone have a PDF copy of "Sentence Composing for College: A Worktext on Sentence Variety and Maturity" I need it for my English college class tomorrow and the copy I bought from Amazon doesn't ship till later this week. I'm hoping some college students on /lit/ would have this...
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Has anyone read The Casual Vacancy yet? I'm truly interested to see the darker side of Rowling.
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Do you prefer reading or writing?
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anyone have a pdf version of The Cloud Atlas?
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Hello /fit/, I have a problem and I need your help. I don't understand what I read, I mean I don't understand what author of the book tried to say in that book. I love reading, I read mostly smart authors' books like Hermann Hesse, Kafka, Dostoyevsky, Camus and so on. But I don't understand them, what steps should I take? p.s. It's driving me crazy because I usually stick with smart people (in my opinion) and they talk about books, so I have to avoid those talks...
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Hey you, what's your opinion on John Green? "Looking for Alaska"? "Paper Towns"? "Abundance of Katherines"? "The Fault In Our Stars"? I, personally, love his style and Looking for Alaska is one of my all-time favourite books
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Can we please kick a thread of the greatest /lit/ meme?
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>2012 >TKAM isn't your favorite book

Help with the Imperfectionists!!!

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Hey bros, please help me out with this discussion question of The Imperfectionists! It would really make my day, I have SO much more stuff to do. I'm counting on you bros! :) Cheers! Another theme of the book is that human illusions persist in adulthood and that, to some extent, we need them. Rachman’s characters typically cling to a fantasy until jolted out of it (as happens to the corrections editor who believes that he and his old friend Jimmy are “gradations of the same man” until Jimmy visits and the editor realizes that they are “utterly different”). [Page 94] How well does Rachman develop this theme? Were you persuaded, for example, that the corrections editor would cling for so long to his fantasies about Jimmy’s writing talents? Or that the Paris correspondent could be so mistaken about his son?






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