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Is "harbour a guess" an actual phrase? Or have I just made it up? ie. I'll harbour a guess at (prediction)
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Japanese insurance adjuster Do you still believe?
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Hey /lit/ just finished my paper comparing ethical theories on Hobbes and Aristotle. Would love some feed back. If not enjoy Ms. Newsom's ass. http://www.scribd.com/doc/110275044/Hobbes?secret_password=1fb02cehzehl83nhvfkm
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Since this is /lit/, let me ask you this: A Muslim friend of mine is repeatedly telling me about the Quran being a linguistic miracle and shit. I read it in English and didn't like it, and I told him that I didn't find it as miraculous as he thought. He told me that it only works in its original Arabic, and that the Quran challenges the disbelievers in providing a book as good as it (and that people had been failing to achieve this for centuries). What are your thoughts?
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Are there any good books about spanking?
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>books >2012
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What role do forces of nature such as wind and sun play in Santiago's journey? yeah, it's a lit essay, but I'm stuck and I have nowhere to start
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>doing research for a novel >have to find out what a badger penis looks like >the only pictures of badger penises are on bestiality websites this is such a strange, strange feel.
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Anyone else here have a Tumblr? I just made one but my feed is empty and the discover thing sucks. I know a few of you write poetry and stuff, so I assume you post it there too. Any other interested people to follow (published writers etc) would be cool too.
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So, I just finished Infinite Jest. Really strong emotional pulls, some moments of out loud laughter, some moments of boredom and wishing DFW would just get on with the plot. Good: Every moment with Gately. Did he die at the end? Seemed like it. I also loved the character of Himself. The extended footnote about all of his movies was hilarious. Bad: The goofy names got old pretty quick. I started to hate the sections when it left the drug house and went to the tennis academy. That is until the very end when Hal realized his plight. His first person narrations of the last 50 pages or so were good.

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Please can someone help me? I need to know how Macbeth and Banquo's relationship changes between Act 1 Scene 1 and Act 3 Scene 1.
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Hey /lit/ -maybe someone can help me out. I remember reading a longer short story by Yukio Mishima that was part of an anthology of various authors. I read it in translation (I don't read Japanese). The story looked very autobiographical. It was about a young aspiring poet realizing he wasn't actually a poet. It ends with the image of a baseball game (interesting, as the Japanese had only begun playing the American game at that point) and a ball being hit out of the park. Does anyone know this story and where to get it? I haven't seen it anywhere since I read it in a library years ago.
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Been working on a short story, off and on, in the vague style of Donald Barthelme. -- The interviewee wore shoes made of canvas and rubber. The interviewer said that the shoes were inappropriate. The interviewee responded that it was the best he could do on such short notice."What are your skills?" asked the interviewer. "What skills do you require?" replied the interviewee. "The skills we require are relative to the position we wish to place you in. This is why we ask you." "My skills are wide and varied," said the interviewee. "I am capable, for example, of speaking in the utmost vagaries, and the utmost specifics." "Provide an example, please." "Of which? Vagaries, or specifics?" "You decide." The interviewee cleared his throat. "The circumstance or situation has, or has not, necessitated action or inaction which may or may not have an impact on the other." "Very good. Very vague." "Thank you." "Can you operate a lathe?" "I cannot." The interviewer made a mark on a notepad with a blue pen. "I can, however, operate a jigsaw with precision." "What programming languages do you know?" "Pascal, B, COBOL, 6502 Assembler, Moo, and Brainfuck." "Our coding is performed in ADA." "I can adapt." The interviewer made a remarkably cryptic mark on a notepad with a red pen.
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hey /lit/ do you have any sources of "free" audio books?
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>Talking about novel with friends >"She" comes up and overhears the conversation >Believes we're talking about the movie >"She" hasn't read a single thing since high school >Remark on a particular scene within the book >"She" claims she didn't remember when MovieStarX did that >Everyone rolls eyes
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Probably the best book I've ever read. What are some other books like Native Son?
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Quick question, what was the band that Patrick Bateman was listening to when he was burning the homeless man? I thought it was "the new Talking Heads album" but I've been looking through my ebook and I can't find the scene at all
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What was the first 'proper' book of literature you read, and how old were you when you read it? Pic related for me, I was 13.
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What exactly don't you like about Tao Lin's writing? I find his prose to be hilarious and well crafted. To be able to write so terribly is his schtick. I could understand a criticism being that this has been done before, but it seems like you guys simply don't get him. You don't understand his writing and thus aren't able to give a real criticism.
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What's my ideology called if I think that everyone alive should do whatever they feel like at any given moment? Say for instance a man wanted to murder me, he should do so. I personally do not want to murder anyone, so I won't. What is this called?






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