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Does anyone have a transcript of the hilarious shit eating passage with Brigadier Pudding in Gravity's Rainbow or at least a scan from the book? I can't seem to find it anywhere. If you also know any scenes similar to this from other novels, posting is highly encouraged
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Tell me /lit/, do you think Edgar Allan Poe is overrated? I'm surprised I have not seen much talk about him on this board.
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So /lit/, I want to read the Bible. I'm not a religious person, I just want to read the book that has had such an incredible impact on society and culture for centuries. The problem is: what translation do I read? I've always thought a King James translation would be best, but what's your thoughts on the matter? I'd say about anything is better than a New Living kids study bible or something. Thanks guys.
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Just read The Power of Myth. It was really brief but it got me interested and hungry for more. What should I read next by Joseph Campbell? He talks a lot about following your bliss, well, how does one finds one's bliss? Lets say one is completely lost as to what path to take in life, which of his works can help one discovers a path? Any Campbell discussion is welcomed in this thread.
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I"M NOT TRYING TO BE AN ASSHOLE. I'M NOT TRYING TO GET THE BANHAMMER. I KNOW /lit/ HATES THIS CHICK. I DON'T LIKE OBJECTIVISM EITHER. I just want to ask a question: why the hate? Why does /lit/ single this girl out? Why is she the only person on the absolute shit tier on this board? I'm honestly curious. I'm not gonna defend her. I just really want to know.
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So I've been putting off reading russian classics for the longest time. Now I think I'm old enough, want to dwelve into it, but I don't feel like rushing nor reading contemporary stuff.. What would be the best order to read russian literature while appreciating the evolution of the subjects and the presentation of motifs?
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Thoughts on The Divine Comedy?
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How can homos be fond of christianity if God sends all fags to hell? Do they just choose to ignore that part?
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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? In you, The sun always took A year or two To fully Rise.
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David and Goliath is a huge hit. Has anyone read it?
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If people say that dying is like going to sleep, then do you dream when you're dead? pls respond
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>you can't critique x because you haven't done anything better yourself There's a logical fallacy in here but what is it called?
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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?
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'sup, twinkie munchers. I want to seriously discuss the rhythm of Tai Pei. I find it so brilliantly changing that it must be intentional craftsmanship from Tao. He changes the structure so the reading appears more precipitous or parsimonious depending on the stage of the novel. What are your thoughts about it?
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Are there any good fiction books written in present tense?
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Hello, I haven't visited /lit/ in months, so forgive me if I've unknowingly made a thread about something which has (probably) been discussed with some regularity. How did you like Morrissey's autobiography? I'm a few pages in and would like to know your thoughts?
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Books next to your bed(or on your desk). Criticize each other, and give advice about what to read next.
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I cant find this cunt anywhere. Is there anyone who can provide me with a digital copy of either Bidermann's Cenodoxus or Ludi Theatrales? Ive had absolutely no luck finding a physical, english copy elsewhere.
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In this moment, I am euphoric. Not because of any phony god's blessing. But because, I am enlightened by my Being there as the there of Being in which Being makes my Being unconcealed through its own concealment.
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Is The Heir series, worth reading/any good in any /lit/ browsers opinion? Any series similar to it or anything?

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