How does one read extensively without compromising proper posture? I keep lurching into forward neck and that isn't right.
Shit lit. I ordered this here book, but someone told me that it requires knowledge of greek philosophers and I won't get anything in it :( What the fuck, why would someone write a book like this? That's so stupid.
Critique the last book you read without using the letter 'e'.
Because I demand it son. Now hurry up, I don't have a lot of time.
What are some good books about collectivism, or at least ones that highlight the irrationality of individualists/authoritarians?
Has anybody read this version of Mein Kampf? Is it good? Some editions are ruined with huge amounts of analysis and editors comments.
I'd like to know if this comes any close to the original and if it would be worth reading.
ITT: /lit/-approved books
Based Rand btfo'ing collectivist statist fascists.
Individual > Society tbqh
ITT: Books you think only you've read, that are good/worth the read. Starting with a friends book on amazon.
What do you think of Oscar Wilde, anon?
What percentage of the cover price actually goes to the writer? Or is it a one time pay not related to how good the book performs on the market?
Some days I feel like I'm just a character in a Pynchon book
Anybody catch my drift?
>You can never despise a country once you enjoy its literature.
Do you think there is any truth to this statement?
No. In fact it's the opposite when the only good literature is from a previous age. Countries that have gone through revolutions and 'cleansed' themselves of authors, are worth despising.
I just found out I'm mentally retarded.
I read at 147 words per minute. Apperently average is 230(+/-30).
Should I just kill myself?
As for my test, this 1814 word article that I picked at random took me 12:20 to read:
It's not even particularly difficult to read.
I honestly think Socrates death sentence was the highlight of greek philosophy. That narcissistic dialectical motherfucker is so unbearable. Did he contribute anything to philosophy? look at his smug face.
greeks, dont fall for the meme
What does /lit/ think of niggress book?
I was hoping I would enjoy it but I thought it was one of the worst books I've ever read. It has no redeeming qualities save for the unique description of a black community in its time and place.
i dont read books by people whose names start with the letter z
Need to write a short story for an exam but have no ideas any help?