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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.

The 90-Day Novel

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It is a very good book, but I can't find it on the internets. It's wrong. But maybe I'm just bad in searching? Guys, help me find it in pdf, fb2, whatever. Thx for attention. I hope it's fine to create a thread for investigations like this?
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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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What are some good books about France during WWII? I'll take anything from Pre-WWII buildup to the actual Battle of France to the French Resistance during the occupation.
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ITT: books you disliked so much you didnt finish
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I'm about to start reading Purgatorio in my mythology class and I'm wondering, would it be worth it to read Paradiso afterwards, I've been told that it's a beautiful meditation on God, and that it's boring as shit...
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>tfw people who hate faggot walrus mostly do so in the basis that "he's for hipsters" >tfw hating something because it's popular or not among certain cliques is the universal defition of hipster
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I saw a chart with the different tiers of fantasy series on here a while ago. Does anyone have it because I forgot to save it but would like to consult it. Thanks in advanced.
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Hey, /lit/. First time on this board, been on 4chan for over 5 years now but still. Does /lit/ appreciate OC stories written by anons?

Fireman's Blog

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Hi lit. Today we will be digitizing, among other things, these three items, 2 by Ezra Pound and one by Edgar A. Poe. The Poe was printed in 1851, 2nd edition, and was dedicated to the "US Corps of Cadets". The "Exultations of Ezra Pound" was printed in 1909 in London and was once owned by someone named William S Williams. "Personae" is also 1909, same printer. Also today we'll be looking at yet another camera system to photograph books in a demo by a potential vendor. We also will be imaging 2 manuscripts, one manuscript collection, and continue working on a collection of several hundred volumes on the care of horses. So, that's what's going on here today. I'll post other interesting things as they arise.
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That feel when I have a penpal who I write 2000+ words to every week or so, and who emails back letters of the same length.
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what does /lit/ think of my to-do list? TO DO SCHOOL: ENG202Y1 British Literature (Medieval to Romantic): - Wife of Bath (CT) - SONNET ANALYSIS PARAGRAPH IN TUTORIAL 10th - WARNING: FEB 27th Presentation on The Rime of the Ancient Mariner ENG250Y1 (American Literature) - Emerson (self reliance) & Whitman (song of myself) - TEST OCTOBER 10 ON WHITMAN ENG201Y1 (Reading Poetry) - Study Handout, read sonnets, read and scan poems on tutorial sheet (30 mins) - Memorize schemes and tropes PHL201H1 (Philosophy) - ASSIGNMENT: Meno rewrite! (2 – 2.5 hours) Due Wednesday - Descartes Med 1&2 and Nietzsche reading (2 – 3 hours) - Hume 1975 IV & V. Problem of induction - Borges PERSONAL: - Music & Drum Exercises - Schedule Driving Lessons


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I'm now reading the Concept of Anxiety and have to say I'm really disappointed. Everything is overly dogmatic and based on christianity. Some concepts are weird like that shame is always linked to sexuality or just outdated like that women appreciate beauty more than men. It's pretty well written and all, but everything in this book is so outdated and anxiety is much better explained now from a cultural and darwinian point of view that I'm thinking of stopping reading, I've read half so far. What do you think about this book or Kierkegaard in general? Are his other books more relevant today?
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Is Satan the protagonist/anti-hero of Paradise Lost? Why, or why not?
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So is young libertarianism now as hipster as young marxism was in the 60s?
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/lit/, I want to understand Zizek. Violence and First as Tragedy, Then as Farce were mostly fine, but I'm not absorbing large chunks of this. Can you recommend me an introduction to Hegel, or something?


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This is just my musing.. and I am having some trouble understanding a few details. I enjoy a selection of Oscar Wildes works and since he was deemed an atheist, decided to do some background research. From what I gathered aestheticism was a means to refine ones life, and we should take the works not as a social or moral lecture, but in order to enhance our own character. this seems to me not 'art for arts sake'... so what is the deal with Oscar? Was his depiction of hedonism the true form of aestheticism, and if so, why does he warn us about it through dorian gray... i see that story not as an aesthetic one, but a warning against it embracing it wholly. basically, what are the limitations and purpose behind this movement?
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Post bibliophilia please
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anyone know what "The Cyklonmannen" is about? everything I find about it is in swedish or about the record

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