Gimme the best translation of the Holy Koran (pbui)
>i love literature, but poetry is lame
the /lit/ equivalent of
>i like all music, except country and rap
What are the essential latin american books?
Pedro Paramo- Rulfo
One hundred years of solitude - Márquez
Amulet - Bolaño
Hello /lit/ first time here. Picked the Foundation Trilogy at my library, just finished Foundation, I found it a good read. If you've read it, what do you guys think of it?
the entire idea of historical mathematics influenced my own worldview right up to the present day. It's a fascinating way of thinking about the world, even if it's not true. A good "if it were this way then..." kind of scenario to bounce other ideas off.
What does /lit/ think about Penguin deluxe editions?
>ITT: We take pleb-tier pop lit and pick it apart for substance
>Warosu archive goes down
>4chan.be goes down
/lit/ is never going to get a stable archive
In what order should I read his works?
I've only read Demian so far.
Any fans of this madman out here? I just finished reading Heartsnatcher and loved the shit out of it. Any of his other works worth checking out? Any authors similar to him?
What is your opinion of this man?
One of the great essayists of the English language. His Father Brown stories are also quite good, and are the ones that started the subgenre of the "priest detective". Haven't read his novels but want to. Which one should I start with?
any way to write for a lit magazine / website?
What's the exact point where everything went so wrong ?
ITT: Write a short story about DFW, any length, any format
his magnum opus stinks like a baby's deuce
the only thing he ever did right was use his noose
/lit/ humor thread
If you listen to him speak, you can hear his fake british accent