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/lit/, what is it about the Catcher in the Rye that makes it different from other YA fiction? Its usually treated in a different way than other YA fiction, mainly that its tolerated at all. Also, im not asking for justifications for past and present acclaim for Catcher compared to other YA, such as "It was the first of its kind" and "People get to it before other YA works". Im asking for your own personal reasons.
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Does /lit/ like Julius Evola?
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>An empirical test of ideas proposed by Martin Heidegger shows the great German philosopher to be correct: Everyday tools really do become part of ourselves. >The findings come from a deceptively simple study of people using a computer mouse rigged to malfunction. The resulting disruption in attention wasn’t superficial. It seemingly extended to the very roots of cognition. >“The person and the various parts of their brain and the mouse and the monitor are so tightly intertwined that they’re just one thing,” said Anthony Chemero, a cognitive scientist at Franklin & Marshall College. “The tool isn’t separate from you. It’s part of you.” So the concepts of Equipment [das Zeug] and Ready-to-hand [Zuhandenheit] has been "scientifically proven" using the methods of modern science which solely operate on the basis of Present-at-hand [Vorhandenheit]. This came what, 80+ years after Being and Time was written. Why then do people put so much faith in science when philosophy itself is a purer and more effective method for gaining knowledge ?
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Hey I just read this book and I was just wondering what lit thought about it. I thought it was neat, but some of the facts were off. Overall, it was a great read though.
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Are there any resources that just have tonnes of crosswords taken from newspapers (or wherever) that you can download free? I felt like /lit/ would be the best place to ask.
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This might be a silly thread, but fuck it. I was wondering, when you have the need of reading on your PC, what do you do to make it a better experience? I hate reading on my screen but right now I have to spend a lot of time doing it because I'm poor and I'm reading a lot of articles and books for my thesis. I'm not talking about distraction, I know that can be handled by turning off wifi.
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Hey /lit/ I'm writing a personal narrative for my english class. I'm writing about my first time flying an airplane. I'm stuck on page 2 and need some help.
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can I get recommendations for work akin to this? i fell in love with the Bas-Lag trilogy.
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What IRC client do you use to access #bookz? X-Chat went gay on me and wants me to pay for it.
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I have a dream constantly where I spy on random houses in my town and wait for the family to leave, or I'll set up surveillance and learn their daily habits, then when no one's home I go and pick the locks, and go steal their children's toys and video games. But the dad always returns before I get back and I end up murdering him, he murders me, or we fight, or I have to frantically escape the house. But every dream is uncomfortable and ends up horrible. Why does this happen, /lit/? Interpret my dream

Naked Lunch

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WHAT. THE. FUCK.
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Why is translated Russian literature such a burden to read? > Wooden or too flowery prose > Poor flow > Plenty of thick text that says very little > Very hard to make a distinction between background fluff and more important stuff It's both prose and history. Really. What's up with that shit?
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>Why I Hate Atlas Shrugged with a White-Hot Passion >1. Atlas Shrugged is a novel of ideas. The plot exists only so that Ayn Rand can lay out her set of philosophical beliefs. So it’s the kind of book that makes you feel smart because you “get it,” but the story itself is paper-thin and is carefully constructed to explain and celebrate Rand’s objectivism. I have an inherent problem with novels of ideas, because I think they fail to do most of what is interesting and useful about fiction, but I particularly dislike them when the ideas are bad ideas.
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Do we, as a society, place too much value on "non-vocational" knowledge? is it really important for people to learn history, philosophy and the arts well at school or learn them at all? What arguments do we have to keep stuff like that on the curriculum when faced with the usual "it's not important in the real world"/"it doesn't make money or helps the economy" accusations? Let me clarify, I'm not against teaching the humanities. Knowledge is knowledge. But assuming most of you aren't as well, I'd like to know your angle. I'm frankly sick of repeating the "learning history to not repeat it" bit again and again.

Gonzo, or something?

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Zizek. 10/10 http://youtu.be/AInfL9PiGHI?t=23m27s
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Hey c/lit/s, I'm a 2nd year film student and the thing I love the most is doing accurate and good film adaptations of good stories. I'm looking for my next project and thought I'd ask you guys what are your favorite short stories so I could check them out and see if I can adapt them well. Pic related, it's my personal favorite collection of short stories, but feel free to write any genre you love.
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disturbing 'book' about space, gender, and it is like coming through inappropriate transmissions, never anything really specified.. constantly not knowing anything. www.hikeglio.tumblr.com
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Kristen Stewart will star in the latest movie adaptation of George Orwell’s “1984,” a casting choice that will surely frustrate moviegoers and Orwell fans everywhere. The film is called “Equals,” and per AP it’s a “futuristic love story” — which is one way, if perhaps not the best way, to describe Orwell’s dystopian classic about a world where one’s internal thoughts are known and punished by an omnipresent government. Even the name is driving me crazy...
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My contemporary political thought professor seems like a /lit/ guy. Are any of you professors?
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I'm reading Du côté de chez Swann and so far I find it slow and boring. I know that the book has three parts and in the second part (Un amour de Swann) they say that there is more "action". Should I continue to read it or the second part (and the rest of the series) is like the first part of the book? P.S I'm reading it in French maybe it seems that it is slow because there are some words that I don't know (my french is good thouhg).






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