/lit/'s opinion on Toni Morrison?
Question: any well known autistic writers that are actually good?
Hard-mode: Except dead writers
> tfw I cant say OP because youre not actually good or well known
What kind of pen/pencil do you use for writing on your books?
I'm interested in literary theory and criticism.
What books do you guys recommend on this subject?
Why are his books so fucking expensive?
The last forty pages of this book were insane. Have any of you guys read this series?
I think I read the first one a loooong time ago
All I remember is him and naked gold smugglers on a spinny space ship
The Martians were really tall and liked hunting fish
And something about there being no word for evil in the Martian language, so they said crooked instead lol
Tell me this isn't like Harry Potter.
Is it any good? Help me please. It's one of the few translated books of fantasy to my language.
>when you can tell the author used a thesaurus and none of the big words actually make any fucking sense in context
Your thoughts on this?
>The video game Mother 3 was influenced by The Notebook's major themes. Main characters Lucas and Claus are named after the book's narrators. The game's designer, Shigesato Itoi, a published author in his own right, compared the novel favorably to an RPG.
A great trilogy. Hungarians have some great literature. For example, Lazlo Krasznahorkai is one of the best writters today.
The first book was really good, very didactic in a way.
The second book is the one most packed with affects, I remember crying while I read it. Only a few books managed to do this. What is it that Kafka said- "An axe for the frozen sea in us.."?
The third one was the strangest one, the most "postmodern, if you will.
looking for the islamic recommended reading. It was a green info chart
why are you guys so afraid to read this
What can I, as a young slavshit, do to achieve the same eloquence of prose a professional English writer disposes of?
I've taken to reading as much as I can and plan on writing intensively, but as of now I mostly end up procrastinated instead of doing that.
>inb4 just write in your own language
I'm shitter with my mother tongue than English and I fail to see how bothering with remastering it will be worth it since only five people would get to read my book if I published it here.
is it worth my time as a superhero junkie/capefan or should I not bother with it?
Post Quality Joke Books
Is this just a meme or is it worth the read?
Nonetheless, I can imagine intelligent people discussing the intellectual validity of this book on the basis of how the conclusions in this book were drawn. Personally I haven't read it but I know it causes a lot of butthurt on /lit/ and /pol/ but I have yet to hear a good argument on why the results and conclusions of 'The Bell Curve' were wrong.