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Tasha's Brother Wincest story Discuss. Link to those not in the know https://jumpshare.com/b/Yx5JQp8LQO5TrlegPXMg
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>hi anon! you have so many books, please could you land me some?
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What is the best High Fantasy series and why is it A Song of Ice & Fire?
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What are some great books that don't get enough attention?
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Any films you consider superior to the books they were based upon? >pic related
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This and American Psycho are both amazing books. Are his others this good?
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hello adv, i want you to recommend me a fantasy book. it should contain a little bit of magic (please no demigods), sarcasm, fighting and maybe some love. it should play in the past without firearms. great example books i have read: joe abercrombie - first law patrick rothfuss - king killer chronicles peter v. brett - demon cycles james barclay - chronicles of the raven scott lynch - gentleman baster series pretty much everything from terry pratchett a song of ice and fire ... p.s. feel free to ask anything
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>mfw then a writer uses "lighted" instead of "lit"
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What are some well-known homoerotic works? Are there any classic homoerotic authors? I saw the Romance chart and it seemed to be only heterosexual romance. picture unrelated
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I'm reading Raising Steam. I know that Pratchett's got Alzheimer's, and that the writing he does is by dictation (I don't know if someone else does editing for him). Also, he's been writing for what, 40 years? So I know that something's changed in his style and his stories. But I'm not enjoying Discworld books as much as I did, and that's starting from Unseen Academicals (maybe before). It seems to me that everything is too easy for the main characters, there is practically no conflict, everything is smooth sailing (particularily for Moist Von Lipwig and Vimes). The biggest example for me, maybe because is what I've just read, is that Moist (after finding the railway workers dead) ups and kills several dwarves, and coming back to town is confronted by the Watch and all he gets is a pat on the back and a "good work son". I mean, there's all the jazz about everyone being people and the "no discrimination against anyone", and a dozen dead people is treated like a good thing. And all of this I feel is for the sake of giving the protagonist the smoothest way forward. I wanted to know if anyone has interpreted this in the same way, or if I'm just outgrowing Discworld. I think I'll go back to the first books after I'm done with Raising Steam, just to confirm.


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describe your great idea for a sujet we tell you where this has already been written
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Plebness aside, what do you think of this novel?

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I'm getting the impression, that there are a good amount of Portuguese lurkers, here on /lit/, but they aren't the average Portuguese lurker - which communicates through a memetic English dialect and can't barely string a sentence together without having to use buzzwords -, thus it puzzles me. Where are you from, compatriots? Why do you lurk this board? Are you studying literature? Maybe Arts? If you want to know: I'm doing a master's degree in Financial and Economical Law/Sciences.
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Any Christians that are taking college classes that challenge your established beliefs? Have you run into any difficulties or discouragement among friends, parents, or your church? Have you had any difficulties reconciling your faith with your studies? I'm doing a paper on this and would like to hear your perspectives.

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I thought the first third of this book was interesting, but ultimately, I was disappointed. Halfway through, the author tried to talk about studies regarding personality types and it was pretty obvious she was cherry-picking and lacking understanding in scientific material. It was just an embarrassing, cringeworthy mess full of half-understood scientific theories and tons of personal anecdotes because the author loved making the subject all about herself. It made me lose interest in the book even though the subject material is interesting to me. I know this thread will probably invite criticism and jokes about NEETS and neckbeards, but I'm serious - have you read other books about introversion or shyness? Do you have any to recommend? Which classics relate to the mind and feelings of quiet thinkers?
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Write the best first sentence to a novel that you can.
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Looking for some guidence. I have some Amazon gift cards and want to get the Raymond Chandler Marlowe novels. Do i go for Modern Library, Everyman's Library, Black Lizard, Library of America or Penguin?
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What are some verses in The Bible that are actually helpful to life? Stuff like: >God opposes the proud, but gives grace to the humble >The reward for humility and fear of the Lord is riches and honor and life. >I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing. >Cast your burden on the Lord, and he will sustain you; he will never permit the righteous to be moved. Stuff like that. No history of the Israelite people or religious law etc. Just wisdom please.
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/lit/ is call of the wild by jack london considered good literature? Or it's just a popular novel of it's time. >read it translated in mandarin chinese >hinking about reading it again in english
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Someone posted a thread last night starting with "Peace is a desire. War is a fact" Anyone have the entire paragraph the guy typed out? Pic unrelated

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