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De Sade

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/lit/? Are any books of De Sade actually worth reading?
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ITT: Least favorite authors
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I've been trying for over a month to get through this book, and I just can't. The English translation is horrendous. Regardless, many people tell me that the final chapters of the book make the journey to get there worth it. Is it? Or should I just move on?
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Does /lit/ crack the spine of a new book?
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hey /lit/, i'm looking for some good horror recommendations i love horror movies and get easily spooked, but i've always been a bit snobby/pretentious about books and stuck to more 'highbrow' /lit/core what can you recommend me that will give me the willies? ghosts are a big plus in terms of things that scare me but any sort of horror is welcome

keep that lowbrow DFW/JF shit out

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guys let's finish the debate. who is the best living author, Dean Koontz or Janet Evanovich? Can't wait for 21!!!
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i hope someone can help me out with this. i'm trying to define a concept, but can't find the word for it. it's basically the same idea as duality, but involving more than two aspects. for example, you'd refer to the "duality" of someone's personality by saying that they are both greedy AND compassionate. but what word would you use to describe the same scenario using more than two characteristics? Plurality? Multiplicity? Multality? i can't figure it out... >inb4 read a book i tried looking it up several ways, but the words i find (see above) don't quite seem to fit right... anybody?
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Retard here How do I know stuff?
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What are the best books about art?
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What is /lit favorite philosophy book? Pic not related.
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hi, /lit/. first time posting here. if I posted a short story I wrote today, could I get some constructive criticism for it?
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anyone got crazy trippy book covers like this one? Post them if you got them.

50 Incredibly Tough Books for Extreme Readers

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>And let’s face the facts: some books are only for the toughest readers on the block, your Sylvester Stallones of literature, as it were. So for those of you who count yourself tough, here’s a list of books for you: some absurdly long, some notoriously difficult, some with intense or upsetting subject matter but blindingly brilliant prose, some packed into formations that require extra effort or mind expansion, and some that fit into none of those categories, but are definitely for tough girls (or guys) only. This list is limited to works of fiction, so straightforward philosophy is out, and a single book per author, so you’ll see Finnegans Wake (obviously) but not Ulysses. Don’t worry, the Ulysses is implied. http://flavorwire.com/423424/50-incredibly-tough-books-for-extreme-readers/

Short story, what do you guys think?

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Donkey Dung is Grass There was crap on the floor. It was donkey crap, the excrement of an animal that never seems to learn. My friend, Hein, had a bunch of people over at his ranch in order to show them his pigs and chickens. I wasn’t really a guest; rather, I had been living with them for the last two weeks, so I guess you could say I was a resident for the time being. We were busy walking down the fine-grained path, almost slipping down to where all the swine, hens and cocks were being tended to. The swine tended to be noisy, and the hens said what they had to say from time to time. The worst noise was coming from ahead of me, the people whom Hein had invited. They were chattering about how extensively and positively pumped they would be to see all these disgusting farm animals. They probably didn’t even think these things were made of meat by the way they were making them sound all personified and such. We reached the animated sacks of protein and Hein went along with and handed everyone some corn to feed whatever they wanted to. He had a smile on his face as he looked at his pigs, each named after some philosopher. Kant, Nietzsche, Hegel, they were all there. He had a smile because he loved them. I had a smile when I looked at each of these kids, each named after their hillbilly grandparent. Margaret, Teresa, Felix, they were all there. I was smiling because they were standing in savannah colored poop, that from the aforementioned donkey. I reached down and put it in my mouth, called out to the others, and told them “It is nothing but dried grass anyway.”
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Do you enjoy his work?
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Pragmatist are people who realize that to make to make the idealism that other people have work, we need to work on ourselves before we can order chaotic and swift changes on society. tl; dr idealist are trying to achieve percect communism via capitalism. > TFW society thinks greatness can be achieved without hard work. > tfw no snowflake feels responsible in an avalanche
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What do the various philosophers say I have to do to be happy? I'm having an existential crisis. Help me, /lit/. You're my only hope.
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Is there anything I can read to help me understand people better? Something that could give me a new perspective on social interaction? I've become someone of a misanthrope and i'd like to do away with my "me vs. them" mentality, or at least better understand. Preferably fiction, but anything works. pic unrelated
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Picture of Dorian Gray Main Street Which of these do I read next?
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I've been looking for a specific translation of the Iliad, and the wikipedia page that supposedly lists them all doesn't have it. I'm beginning to think it might not exist. I can't seem to figure out who the translator is, all I know is this version of the first line: "Sing, O muse, of the rage of Achilles, son of Peleus, that brought countless ills upon the Achaeans. Many a brave soul it sent hurrying to Hades; many a hero did it leave prey to dogs and vultures ..." Everything I find is different from this. Google isn't doing me much good.

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