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Ernst Junger

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I cant find any PDF or EPUB versions of Ernst Junger's works online. I haven't read any of his stuff yet but it seems good. Specifically, I'm looking for Eumeswil, The Storm of Steel, Alladin's Problem, and On the Marble Cliffs.
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Is there anything objective within philosophy? It seems like every thread about philosophy boils down to whose side are you on. And from all I can tell, that is determined by which author's argument you agree with. Is there any objective way in determining if one philosophy is superior to another? Also, because I don't want to create 2 threads, is pic related a good starting point?
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So I have to write an interpretation of a pericope from one of the gospels, but I can't for the life of me decide which one I should take. This is my question to you. Is there any part of any of the gospels that you feel are of extra interest? That is filled with symbolism. That is brimming with wisdom. That has been wrongly interpreted throughout the centuries. That shows how good/evil Jesus was(this is for all the fedora and crucifix tippers out there). What pericope do you think I should look into?
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What's the literary equivalent of vaporwave except for REI's writings? I want to read these feels in addition to hearing them.
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Why does fiction with Frankenstein's Monster playing a role in it almost always refer to him as simply "Frankenstein"? Is it just because he wasn't given any other name and Victor Jr. doesn't sound intimidating enough? Or is it just because people think this IS Frankenstein and are too stupid to realize that he has no name other than "monster" and that his creator is Victor Frankenstein?
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Hello, /lit/, I have only read 10 books so far this year, compared to 52 books in 2010, 48 in 2011 and 26 in 2012. I want to read one book a day until the end of the year (so as to have read at least 20 books). Do you have recommendations of great novels of 100-200 pages that could be read within a day?
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Does anyone else happening to be browsing /lit/ right now have problems with attention span when it comes to novels? I can read articles, magezines, blog posts, chans, all sorts of things without losing my patience or getting bored... but I can't ever read more than a few pages out of a novel at a time before growing incredibly antsy and feeling like I absolutely HAVE to get up and do something else. And it's not this way with movies or games either. Just books. Even many short stories can't keep me long before I start feeling like I need to get up and walk around the house. I've considered Adult A.D.D. but since this only really applies to novels I don't think that's it. Does anyone else have this problem or have any reasonable explanation for it? Image mostly unrelated.
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Does /lit/ read video game related literature? This came in the mail today, 100 pages in, enjoying it immensely.
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Hello /lit/. I don't read much but I'd like to begin assembling a personal library. I plan on buying at least one new book with every paycheck I get. Could you guys recommend me some works to get me started?
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What software do you use to write?

House of Leaves

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Anybody read this? 300pgs in and loving it.

I've read The Pale King 3 times. Ask me anything.

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But not really, because we don't 'do' that here. Very good book though. Seemed painfully average the first time, half good chapters and half bad, now I consider it a very good read. So many well-written sections. Wallace through and through. Interesting ideas, well thought out characters, and non-linear and disparate. I know most of /lit/ has read this, but why don't more people enjoy it? Do you have to read it at least twice to enjoy it a lot?
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are there any books ?
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>dat Tradition and the Individual Talent Been boning up on my essays on poetics. This is the best essay I've read so far. Criticisms? Extensions? What are your favorites, /lit/?
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What's your favorite SF book? Also, is this Heinlein's best work?
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Hey /lit/ I'm writing an essay on The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoevsky. I'm planning to write my essay on the philosophy of the fear of death. Is there any advice you guys can give me for tomorrow? Any specific information, etc..

Fantasy thread

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Can we get a fantasy thread going? preferably high fantasy but low fantasy is acceptable.
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What does /lit/ think of the other Murakami? I've read Audition, In the Miso Soup, and Almost Transparent Blue, and enjoyed all of them, especially Almost Transparent Blue. I'm currently working my way through From the Fatherland, With Love. It's a full-blown political thriller, which is a bit different for him—enjoying it so far.

Deleuze and Guattari - Anti-Oedipus

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Does anyone here who has read a lot of Deleuze care to comment about his ridiculous writing style? I'm about 100 pages into Anti-Oedipus and while I find the contents interesting the style of his prose is almost unbearable... First of all, the endless use of analogies and poetic imagery to illustrate abstract concepts is just way too distracting and superfluous. It's like Lacan but ten times as bad. Second of all, why do they keep on bringing up examples from novels, poems, or other books, even when they could have made their point perfectly well without them? It's exhausting to read through, and just feels like a masturbatory reiteration or repetition of what they just said. This book could easily be 50% of its current length and still say the same things...
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Does anyone is reading fanfiction ?

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