Are there any works that are morally ambiguous or sympathetic when it comes to pedophilia?
I happened to glimpse from the bathroom, through a chance
combination of mirror aslant and door ajar, a look on her face . . . that
look I cannot exactly describe . . . an expression of helplessness so
perfect that it seemed to grade into one of rather comfortable inanity just
because this was the very limit of injustice and frustration--and every
limit presupposes something beyond it--hence the neutral illumination. And
when you bear in mind that these were the raised eyebrows and parted lips of
a child, you may better appreciate what depths of calculated carnality, what
reflected despair, restrained me from falling at her dear feet and
dissolving in human tears, and sacrificing my jealousy to whatever pleasure
Lolita might hope to derive from mixing with dirty and dangerous children in
an outside world that was real to her.
HH is a horrible person who stole lolita's childhood and innocence
At every step of the novel he is just consumed by his lust, and when she gets old enough he simply doesn't find her attractive anymore. He even calls the other children "dirty and dangerous" when in fact he is the source of the danger and all of the hurt in her life. oh also kill yourself pedo scum
ITT: anime book covers
Gassposting became a meme, so The Tunnel is in place.
Gaddis is getting daily threads, so he's fit.
Women and Men is thick, long and as hard to read as it is to find.
And 2666 is basicly the South-American replacement for Infinite Jest. It has been considered for multiple trilogy-pretenders.
It's not anglo-based, it's hard, obscure (except for 2666), it's talked about here, it's alive.
Face it. They deserve it.
Ignore the other thread up now, it's an imperfect draft, but an inspiration in the search...
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>Trying to decide the name for my main character
I've been at this for 2 hours and I just can't, it feels like such a massive decision, and I'll have to do this for every character.
How do you guys decide on one?
What are some good books about socialism or communism?
Where to start with Yukio Mishima?
What tablet does /lit/ recommend/use for reading downloaded books, including pdfs? Don't think I'd be using it for anything else.
So at some point you have to admit to yourself that storing volumes of moldy paper up to the ceiling is less efficient than a flash drive. I too, like you, once preferred books in a physical form, but it really just doesn't do you any good.
/g/ get out. Buy a kindle, the product specifically designed for this purpose. You can upload files to it.
Google's algorithm wrote some "poetry"
i went to the store to buy some groceries.
i store to buy some groceries.
i were to buy any groceries.
horses are to buy any groceries.
horses are to buy any animal.
horses the favorite any animal.
horses the favorite favorite animal.
horses are my favorite animal.
Can I get a lovecraftian description of kim kardashian please.
sup, post what you've read in 2016
Why We Can't Wait
Sir Gawain & the Green Knight
Things Fall Apart
The Marquise of O + Michael Kohlhaas
King Lear (again)
The Way Through Doors
currently: Twelfth Night + Gargantua & Pantagruel
new to /lit
can we have a bad writing thread?
i love seeing these
starting with two OC pieces from different people
the empty spaces are supposed to be where images lie
When I write I feel like anything is possible. The way words can shape such mesmerizing stories amazes me. Also the feeling of having written something good is unlike any other.
>Why do you write?
start with 2666 or Savage Detectives?
When AI can write competent novels literature will die, correct?
why did he stop writing by the time he was 21?