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DAMN IT Neither "finishable" or "completable" are actual WORDS (which i now so desperately need a synonym for) and yet YOLO got into the dictionary - I BLAME ALL OF YOU FOR THIS.
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ITT: Words used in novels to describe main characters and what their real-life counterparts are >aloof = asshole
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What is /lit/s opinion on self publishing?
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What did you think of Norwegian wood ?
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Can you recommend me some short-ish love poems please?
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Please tell me the book is even better.
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Hey, /lit/. Do you have any recommendations when it comes to books about zen? I'm reading "Zen and psychoanalysis" right now, but I probably need some more basic knowledge.
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describe the novel or the author you would absolutely read?
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Is there an equivalent of the Loeb Classical Library for the Middle Ages? There's the I Tatti Renaissance Library for the Renaissance. I am not necessarily looking for old/middle English and modern English side by side- rather, a complete, well-bound collection of Medieval texts.
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I'm posting here because I'm referring to leaders in legend/literature rather than the actual historical leaders they're based upon. Would it be safe to say that Dietrich von Bern is a parallel to Charlemagne and King Arthur? Or would a better parallel be an early Holy Roman Emperor? I just want to be able associate most important European countries with their Arthurian parallels, if they have them. The problem is that only Britain and France seem to have their own 'Matters of'. If anybody would be able to associate similar legendary leaders to areas like Iberia, Scandinavia, and Eastern Europe, or any of the countries within those, I would appreciate it.
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This is an interesting idea. Johan Norberg is trying to prove that the free market can fund the creation of a book about the "revolution of freedom". It's about the idea that the famous 1% of the population isn't so powerful after all. If you want to contribute to the project: https://www.fundedbyme.com/en-us/campaign/3057/slutet-ar-nara-och-en-ny-borjan/#content What do you think about the idea?
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Who's your favorite hero from Iliad and why? Mine is Diomedes; it's a war machine ready to figh achaean and impels everyone toward the victory.
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How does /lit/ screen their potential flames? Usually once I get a girl's number I drop some bad puns to see if she has a sense of humour.
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Thoughts on John Green? I didn't expect to enjoy it, but The Fault in our Stars and Looking for Alaska turned out to be pretty good?
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opinions on this novel? I am started reading it right now. It's pretty hard to follow because of all the business jargon
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I read a excerpt from something someone said sometime. I forget who wrote/said it and the exact words of it. It is something like; "We long for comfort, we long for riches, we long for recognition. We neglect God. But at the end of our lives all we long for is God." Anybody familiar with this?
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/lit/, if you had to compare this novel to a movie, what would you compare it to?
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>back of the book contains a spoiler
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The ascertained nature of any real thing is always at first a nuisance to our natural fantasies - a wretched, pedantic, logic-chopping intruder upon a conversation which was getting on famously without it. - C.S. Lewis Espousing this theory in a contemporary popular setting would cause you to be called a hipster. Is this the way it has always been? Are plebs just gonna pleb? Or, are we less inclined to actually study things these days?
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I read "Industrial Society and Its Future" by Kaczynski and while I disaagre with it as a whole, I enjoyed entertaining some of his thoughts without accepting them. I admit I liked the left bashing in it too. So I'm looking for extremist manifestos/books and/or objective critiques on left/socialism/communism.






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