>tfw your one fifteen-minute period of oceanic feeling per decade is undermined by the knowledge that it will end as soon as your brain chemistry notices its error and realigns to re-miserable you
QUICK, WHAT DO I READ IF I WANT TO MEET THE LOGOS AND/OR JOIN WITH THE INFINITE IN THE NEXT 2600 SECONDS
Best characters in literature?
Pic related: mine is Judge Holden
Was the rape part just one of her fantasies?
>Now I am a teacher and I get my pleasure from administering the punishment. The boys I teach are between ten and fourteen. I regularly take one to my room where I administer the whip and cane, having ordered him to strip naked. I enjoy punishing him but I enjoy it most when I see him getting an erection. I wear provocative clothes and I enjoy embarrassing him when he gets the erection.
>I have never punished a girl, mainly because I never had the opportunity to do so. But I often daydream about it. I imagine her being...
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Just got this /lit/. Whaddaya think ?
Alright /lit/ - Submissions thread
What have you sent out and currently awaiting acceptance or rejection? Any recently published?
currently have 32 poems and 1 manuscript sent to a total number of 20 different publishers
2 poems have recently been published of those submissions, followed by 8 rejections.
Looking forward to hearing how everyone else is dragging along!
Through the writing? Unfortunately, not from the 2 poems thus far, just copy of printed material.
There were a few sent out to actual paying gigs.
Hoewbeit, in general, yes, one must strut that ass to keep up with the world.
Is Jesus a meek (because of his own awareness of his role under Destiny/God) of version of Achilles?
This novel written by him i'd say is one of the best ones that Crowley has in he name *SPOILER* it talks about from the time he came back from the war and his addiction to drugs started to come about simply because he was escaping reality.
> yes he was a occultist
>Is he an occultist because he was a druggie?
>Is he a druggie because he was an occultist?
back to /x/ familam. Crowley was a dopehead, and only impresses on sheeplets and other dopeheads.
>muh edgy egoism
BTFO by Stirner
Which one do I start with and why?
Bonus question: Which one's your favorite?
Whats your favorite written action scene? What do you think is the best example of an interesting one? I'm talking about shootouts, fights or whatever comes to your mind. Examples would be greatly appreciated.
My memory isn't very good so my favorite is usually something I just read.
Right now the dual scene in a hero of our time is my favorite action scene. My heart was pounding the whole time (could be partially due to the coffee).
Are narratives of masculinity defined by who is fucking the ladies?
Looking to discussing this with someone because it kind of rocked me.
What are your thoughts on it?
Thanks man. What's keeping you from reading it? I recently bought it off Amazon and I kind of plunged into it. If you are afraid you'll need to know Wittgenstein before you read it, I didn't find it hard to follow through and I haven't read a page of W's in my life. I'm certain some stuff went over my head, but it was still really enjoyable.
Definitely check it out.
Say you accept the sisyphean nature of existence, like Camus describes it. Is there an opposite reaction to the "happy Sisyphus"?
I mean, it sounds absurd (kek) to happily stroll along when the Absurd strikes you with shit just like if it stroked you with the good things. Maybe I understood it wrong but I read it as accepting the bullshit and not fighting back. Help a friend to try and understand better existentialism, I've been struggling with it for a while.
>i read it as accepting the bullshit and not fighting back
it's more acknowledging the inherent absurdity of the world and, more importantly, recognizing that it is immeasurably larger than you. "Fighting back" is a foolish response against an infinite system that doesn't acknowledge you.
looking for something that'll blow my hair back
Is Millennial Woes /lit/, /lit/? What would you call people who are /lit/ but have never actually read a book?
Millennial wews is a chainsmoking NEET who somehow manages to white knight women while being literally gay
He has no right to espouse traditionalist views given he's a massive degenerate
>/lit/ has shifted from a DFW board to a Pynchon board