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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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Is Foucault left wing or right wing?
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Hey /lit/, I looked up the word "nocturama" in webster's dictionary and got this as the definition. "a bundle of sticks or twigs, esp when bound together and used as fuel"

Notes from the Underground

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I just finished this book, and to be honest I don't get the point at all. The first half is nothing but incoherent ranting imo, and the second half I can't really understand either. Does anyone know what D. was going for, as far as "the point" of writing the book? Pic unrelated
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Anyone here read the Bhagavad-Gita? I probably butchered the spelling, but I just finished it today. I'd like to hear some opinions on it, if anyone's read it. I've got some half-baked opinions of my own, and I wouldn't mind sharing them, but I'd like to hear some other peoples' ideas first.
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So, /lit/, has anyone read Simulacra & Simulation by Baudrillard? I was so interested about the subject, but as soon as I started reading it, I remembered Orwell's essay 'Politics and the English Language'. This book seems to me filled with subjective nouns used as if they had only one widely accepted meaning and obscure metaphors and imagery which, instead of clarifying the ideas, merely add to the vagueness of the concepts. Maybe the book requires some background which I lack to be understood, but some passages seem to me as the worst possible examples of what Orwell wrote about words and phrases which have a vague, ambiguous meaning or are downright meaningless. Has anyone read this book and had the same impression?
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Anybody have a copy of Ed Macy's Apache, in .epub?
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Decent audio of Finnegans Wake, not too embellished. There are visuals, but they're nothing too distracting, I'd actually say that they add to the atmosphere, especially in the third act. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GggY4TEYbk
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Why did Nietzsche hate women? Why did he care to hate? Why did he care to write? Why didn't he practice a thing he preached?
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If something possesses the property of aseity (generally meaning non-contingent - see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aseity), is it "aseitic"? Aseitive? Aseitious? Would it be a verb or an adjective? Is it being "aseitic"? Described as "aseitic"?
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anyone know what "The Cyklonmannen" is about? everything I find about it is in swedish or about the record

/pol/ reading list

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/pol/ here. What do you all think of this? >>>/pol/5992596
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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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