I feel as though I have lost some part of my memory or mind through chemical trauma.
I have felt this for no more than a year. I have been reading with little focus a few classics here and there, but nothing seemed to stimulate my mind, until last night when I returned to a book I enjoyed when first I read it, The Recognitions.
I remembered then, the feeling of surmounting a challenging novel, picking apart dense sentences, letting the words rush over me, pushing through my mental ceiling, finally honing my blunted brains.
So I ask you, as a friend, what...
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What are some of your favorite Irish works, /lit/? Any favorites outside of Joyce? Has anyone ever studied Gaelic? Also post recommendations about your favorite book from Eire.
thomas pynchon or douglass adams?
how do you organize your thoughts?
What is the literature equivalent of the TDKR opening scene ?
Draco climbed on top of me and we started to make out keenly against a tree. He took of my top and I took of his clothes. I even took of my bra. Then he put his thingie into my you-know-what and we did it for the first time.
Is it ironic or autistic?
okay goodreads, very funny
I'm a total pleb and my job involves driving around for 60 hours a week, can /lit/ recommend any audiobooks that would be satisfying and intriguing to listen to?
275 pages in, when does it get good?
I have been shitposting on /lit/ for 20 hours straight ama
How many of you actually read this? What do you think about it?
Do you think he actually reads a book a day?
I've finished with the Greeks, where do I go now in my pursuits of philosophy?
Is the r/philosophy reading list reliable? Yeah, yeah, I know reddit-this and meme-that, but is it reliable though?
>he thinks he's "finished" with the greeks
This desu. You could spend a life on Plato alone.
What are your interests? You could hop straight to Descartes or Hume if you will. Maybe you'd enjoy reading some Romans, such as the Stoics or Lucretius. The Platonists are another option, as are the philosophers of Christianity.
Ayy up guys. I know /lit/ doesnt really do SQT's but I have a couple so we might as well do this.
1. can you share your favourites sonnets? especially keats and shakespeare and maybe tell us why you like it?
2. After TLP and PI, is there anywhere left to go with Wittgenstein? I hear he has other posthumous works but not sure which editions are authoritative. Any help?