Traditionalist / Conservative / Reactionary Literature III: Eurofag New Rightist Edition
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Our three-thread long discussion of traditionalist / conservative / reactionary literature continued.
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Some recent authors discussed:
>Robert A. Heinlein
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Share your poetry, /lit/.
I dug your deepest crevices,
Yearning to find a light.
But all that wavered
Were flickers - silent and fast
As the night.
I searched your eyes
For a truth of some kind,
Yet all I ever found
Were the hidiest of lies.
And so I quarrel myself,
In this dreadful indecision:
What will be left of me,
When I finally discover
What I've been longing
For so many years to see?
The sun always took
A year or two
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Just read the my first dig into Salinger since finishing Catcher many years ago. Well, only read Riase High the Roof Beam, Carpenters so far.
I enjoyed it, I'm too amazing at describing what I like about a book, but I guess it just felt like a story of genuine observations. Can't much remember Catcher now to do a comparison.
Started Seymour, recently the writing seems a whole a lot thicker and more difficult to work through.
Anyways, I dunno, just sharing my thoughts. Guess to add a question for replies, I've heard that there are a few Salinger works that were published, but never collected in the currently printed books. Any idea how I find these stories?