ITT we post our handwriting and critique others.
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>2016 and writing by hand
here's my handwriting bro
Does this ever start to be less wordy, or at least with more direction? The imagery and dialogue are fantastic, but few and far between passages that contain references I don't think I'm understanding.
I loved V. and enjoyed Lot 49 but this book is making me feel pretty dumb so far.
>hasn't read Gravity's Rainbow before
>is either too stupid or too lazy to search online for a companion guide
>incorrect usage of the idiom "few and far between"
>is a "dumb" person by self-admission
Stop posting here please
>book you're currently reading
>what you think about it so far
Well, I just finished the Plague like an hour ago, so I'll comment on this anyway.
It was superbly written, but I'm a little confused as to the meaning.
Was he trying to say that the best way to live a "purposeful" life is to fight death?
He was quite heavy on the whole "you don't know what you have until it's gone" motif as well, I thought.
>So I walked back to my room and collapsed on the bottom bunk, thinking that if people were rain, I was drizzle and she was a hurricane
What did he mean by this?
>buy my books like a faggot
>re-discover #bookz after a few years
>read 3 books in about a month
>happy satisfied feeling at having all this knowledge at my disposal
>Gott ist Tod
It's time to tell the redditors to leave. I have seen the quality of posts decline significantly. /lit/ is progessively becoming shit again after /his/ cleared the idiots out. We can't have this. This is the last bastion of 'OK' literature discussion. Don't stand for it.
REDDIT GO HOME
I tried to post this on /pol/, but I figure this board is better if we're to have an actual conversation What do you think of these books? I got them for Christmas.
Ever joined one? A book club, that is? How was it? Pleb tier, patrician tier? Got laid?
two friends and I read Dhalgren ~75 pages a week, met once a week for an hour. It was great. Picked up on a lot of stuff I wouldn't have otherwise.
i did sleep with one of them around that time, but I don't think it had to do with the book club. she also kind of left me hanging.
I have one of those friend too, but we discuss any book being read or having been read. She never picked up a single book from the Lumières era, but she likes my funny maymay picture books! :')
What did Evola mean when he spoke of transcendence? I'm reading his work right now and I'm a bit stumped by this.
>read book called "less miserables"
>they become more miserable by the end of the book
hugo you lying sack of shit
What it says on the tin.
who is "next"?
just started my collection desu
MOM'S GONNA FREAK!!!