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What's it called when the narrator speaks aside to the reader? An entire novel and then suddenly "and for you, dear reader, I saved the best for last" or something along those lines.
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Hey /lit/, I'm looking for a specific type of novel I want to read a novel that is incredibly sad and depressing I want a book that relentlessly abuses its readers and never let's them catch a break from tragedy and despair a book that will give you a glimmer of hope only to mercilessly crush it later I want the type of tragic book that will stick with me long after I've read it Got any recommendations?

Chess is /lit/

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I go out for an hour and when I get back the latest chess thread (not created by me) is gone. This can't go on. >inb4 chess fits better on /tg/ go look at /tg/ and tell me anything fits on /tg >inb4 go/shogi/mahjong is superior desu There is a place for you guys >>>/jp/ >inb4 chess isn't literature High level chess games are dialogues between two insanely skilled artists, which are recorded, published, and read and enjoyed by millions of people around the world. It's literature that transcends language. The course of the game itself can contain many allusions to games of the past and together they make up an encompassing historical text. Then there's the players, who are characters in themselves, and their often strained interpersonal relationships and socio-political contexts . There are more books written on chess and chessplayers than on all other games and sports combined. Chess can stand up to any definition of 'literature' that you want to throw at it. Dear mod, if you're butthurt because you can't play chess, I'll be happy to teach you
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how did this abortion of a sequel ever make it to print? the dialogue was fucking terrible and there was a new plot hole every other page. I am seriously upset. Hyperion was just so good, and then to read THAT immediately after...fuck. I don't even want to read the other two now
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Why do so many edgy teenagers act as if eastern philosophy is superior to western philosophy? A simple glance at both our knowledge bases and culture will show you that western ideas have also been superior, or our art more complex. Going off that alone, what's the chance that eastern philosophy is somehow the odd exception to this rule? The reason this issue arose I think is because easterners indirectly came to the same conclusions westerners did, but only through their own laziness. They're effectively the smart ass in the back of the class who murmurs smugly that something won't work out, while the western philosopher is the engineer at the front, working out exactly why it won't work - there's the difference, you can see how the confusion arises. That's why people mistakenly think "eastern philosophy realised this 2000 years ago!". Now you can tell them they're wrong.
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Am I the only person that enjoyed this one as much as the rest of the books?
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>writing essay >3 pages in >realize I have no fucking idea what I've been writing about for the past 3 pages >essay makes no sense >turn it in anyways god damnit
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itt: Moments in literature that made you laugh that probably aren't appropriate to laugh at if they happened irl Slaughterhouse-Five Billy's wife hears he was in a plane crash and drives to the hospital, along the way she gets into a car accident but keeps driving, reaches the hospital but dies of carbon monoxide poisoning from the broken exhaust.
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hello /lit/ I know I shouldn't start recommendation threads but I felt you were the people to ask I am interested in reading the Epic of Gilgamesh what translation would be best in your opinion.
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Hey do you know about another site like celtx.com ? pic not related
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Is there symbolism in this? If so, what is it? If not, what is it talking about? "This cosmic dance? of bursting decadence and withheld permissions twists all our arms collectively. But, if sweetness can win, and it can, then I'll still be here tomorrow to high-five you yesterday, my friend. Peace..."
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I'm looking for some good audiobooks, /lit/. I have a strong preference for non-fiction for this (I prefer to sit down and read a novel/fiction) to listen to on the go.
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Any of you moderately into religious text?? I'm doing an essay on what the "American Religion" is now, and how/by what it is defined. Also supposed to be a theoretical comparison between a couple of works, Carl F. Starkloff's "The People of the Center of the Earth: American Indian Religion and Christianity," Brett E. Carroll's "Religion in America," and Charles H. Lippy's "American Religion." I am trying to find a way to explain how the formation and evolution of Christianity in the Americas (from Puritanism till now) helped create what we know as religious history in the Americas today. The theoretical comparison part isn't as important as the "define American Religion" part. I'm about 3 pages in but now feel drained of all religious knowledge. Soooo anyone have any suggestions? What is American religion to you? I'll be on this thread if anyone wants to have some conversation, or just share thoughts. Any help would be appreciated.
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sup /lit/ so i do some improv in my hometown and im decent at it...a guy i know wants me to write for some pilot he's doing or something..he said it will be a paid position (not much, independent) i said yes because it's an opportunity but i've never written anything really. anyone have any experience in writers rooms? any advice someone can give me i'm nervous
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Anybody read any of the humblebundle books? Are they any good?
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>google your favorite word >all related searches >egregious meaning >egregious definition >egregious behavior >egregious pronunciation >egregious in a sentence >egregious synonym >pronounce egregious >egregious etymology
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If you're a great writer, you have two options: >Become a singer-songwriter and make millions of dollars saying yeah yeah yeah >be a poet and starve to death on a diet of cheap red wine and shabby women. None of you can write for shit, but imagine if you had this choice, and you had talent. What would you choose?
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I've name the protagonist of my short story Sergius. He looks like this. Is that distracting or would you be able to absorb that name with little effort?
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Is Foucault left wing or right wing?
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I was hopping /lit/ would review a story im writing, I will take any suggestions, recommendations and opinions about it. http://figment.com/books/445867-A-Brand-New-Day-






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