Why the fuck is the warosu archive gone?
Just then something long, round, limp and black fell upon her shoulders and slithered to the floor beside her. A great terror took hold of her. It softened her knees and dried her mouth so that it was a full minute before she could cry out or move. Then she saw that it was the big bull whip her husband liked to carry when he drove.
What book should I start with to get into deleuze/guattari ?
Just start with capitalism and Schizophrenia and I think it can be enjoyed even without reading the huge list of titles referenced. It would be interesting at least. Tough at the beginning but once you get ahold of their style you'll love it I'm sure.
I read "The Giver" and really enjoyed it.
(Keep in mind i have not read a full book in 3 years)
Any books that are similar?
I can't read books unless I'm either in bed or sitting in a bus. As long as there's absolutely nothing else to do, I will read books. But as long as there's something else to do, sitting down and reading becomes impossible - my mind wanders and I keep thinking of doing something else, and consequently have to re-read every sentence 5 times.
Does anybody have the same problem? How to fix it?
>dfw i realize that deconstructing arguments with fallacies is itself inherently fallacious
feelsgoodman I can say whatever I want now and no one can stop my. My english professor is SO PISSED
>My english professor
How does it feel to know that you aren't even real, you faggot? If you were born after 1989, you LITERALLY don't exist and you're only a figment of my imagination projected from my mind to keep me from going crazy.
Have you read it? What did you think of it? I found myself having to flip to the index almost every page to remember names and terms. Overall I found most of it to be pretty intriguing.
I'm considering buying a mechanical keyboard. I don't game at all, I mostly plan on using it for typing. I do a fair amount of writing and my laptop keyboard is starting to become very annoying.
Any writers out there that have experiences with mechanical keyboards? Are they worth getting for primarily typing over conventional desktop keyboards or are they primarily for gamers?
When I was a college freshman, I brought an IBM Model M to school with me for writing. I love using mechanical keyboards, but hooking up that monster to my laptop wasn't worth it really. I'd say mechanical keyboards are preferable for writing overall though. I definitely wouldn't buy a new expensive one though. You can pick up really nice vintage ones (that are built like tanks) on ebay relatively cheap.
Any opinions on Signet classics? They are are 3€ here and I cant find anything on the net, except that they used to be a branch of Penguin. Are they simplified versions of classics?
signet classics does a great job with shakespeare
convenient size, good font, good annotation, and they hold up just fine over multiple re-readings—my copy of the sonnets has been thoroughly beaten and it's still fine.e.
there's no better option for shakespeare if you're just starting out. grab ten or twenty of them, and whenever you don't know what to read just pick up one at random. You should be able to read a full play in a day without any rush. if you take transit you can just carry it with you in your pocket and read it on the bus or...
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For you writers out there, What tools do you use for writing and stuff. I'm currently looking into journalism and am curious as to what tools you might use or are useful to an amateur like myself.
I carve huge slabs of rock, lay a sheet of homemade papyrus over them and gently rub charcoal over them. The biggest hassle is cutting down the trees for the charcoal because I live in the city. I have to take the train with big piles of charcoal in the front of my shirt.
Hey /lit/ I've been getting into books and shit lately and I want some recommendations I really love salinger and hemingway atm and Like poetry about nature and shit robert frost and what not so please recommend me stuff
Art Philosophy books
/ic/ is out to lunch
Someone describe l'appel du vide or falling to your death in 300 lines of pseudo-intellectual crap to me, please.
Is this book worth a read? I saw my mom has it in her shelf.