>he still watches porn
Is Ursula Le Guin worth reading?
Eh, tried getting into earthsea trilogy.
Was expecting more elderscrolls but got harry potter's precursor
A shame, the world being an archipelago instead of a generic fantasy climate seemed like makings for great lore
You have 30 seconds to refute Stirner's The Ego and His Own.
You can't. All your "counterarguments" are spooks.
I don't know whether this topic is relevant enough to /lit/, but might be interesting to discuss.
What does /lit/ use to help them read/write more and better?
I mainly use cigarettes, vape, coffee and tea. Pretty standard really.
Lately I have been trying out some kratom. Mostly white sumatra and green malay in portions of 4-6g with some redosing 1-2g after 1-2 hours. It works pretty well I must say. It has a slight opiate effect (so you feel warm and fuzzy) and at lower doses also a nice mental stimulating effect. Feels pretty good if you have to...
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I've tried most classes of drugs; some might give you inspiration for various sorts of writing but really the best way to go about it is >>7429484 but perhaps with the right mix of nootropics (not including modafinil) for you. Eating well is also important.
Any good books on rural life in the past? bonus if it's situated in a slavic country
About half and half farm and city
my favorite parts were Levin either hunting on his farm or mowing grain
How can I learn to read faster and better?
"4chan circumscribes a systemic, self-sustaining inter-reaction between diverse bodies and minds who, stripped of their ontic qualities, engage in a metadiscourse based on conceptual absurdity and culturally-transmitted, discrete units of information that take on the latent qualities of those through whom it is transmitted."
>tfw you'll always be a 5'9" limp wristed omega male dicklet
What are some good books about being a loser?
Books about science and/or farms. Preferably both.
Idek novels about farms, poems about farms. The science thing is secondary.
Farm lit general
Post your novel blurb here
It is true that most people think, but do not admit, that sperm tastes better in the afternoon. But one day, one brave free thinker forced an entire retirement home into doing a week long experiment that proved the matter ones and for all.
That's not what this book is about though. It's about hamburgers.
>he doesn't read at least 200 books are year
Are you even committed to the literary life?
Any other works with powerful Black Males in the lead?
>commit a serious crime
>get sent to prison for a long time, possibly even life
>spend that time reading
Is this how to live the true literary life?
It's up to the administration whether or not you get access to books or writing materials. If you commit a bad enough crime or if the warden just wants to fuck with you, you'll be stuck sitting in a concrete box for years with no reading materials at all. Some prisons don't even have libraries.
What is lit's view of the philosophical pessimist author Emil Cioran?
I've been getting into On the Heights of Despair- great book so far.
I want to get into Evola.
Where should I start? Any philosophers I should read beforehand?