Were these actually good or do I just remember it that way?
Damn. I got meme'd. How about this one?
>you will never raid a McDonald's with Dave
>you will never discuss you childhood, hopes, and failures with him late at night, hopped up on Coca-Cola
>you will never anxiously introduce yourself and your writing to him while both of you are trembling in abject anxiety over each other's first impression
>you will never talk about entertainment and art with Dave as you wait for lit qts to show up inside the Mall of America
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Does /lit/ have an opinion on him?
Is someone up to discuss this book? is one of my favorites to comeback everynow and then. why is Meitei the best character?
I have a English assignment where I have to read 17 of Walt Qhitman's poems. This book has essentially all of them, but I don't know which ones to read. Are there any essential or outstanding peoces of his work? Thanks.
Read the twelve of the 1855 edition (in that edition, not in the Deathbed one), plus Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking, Crossing Brooklyn River, and When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd.
There you have his best poems. The other 2 are on your choice.
U. P: up
I've read Libra and White Noise, but prefered Libra.
Which DeLillo should I read next?
Does my dad read cuck tier literature?
He goes into book stores and buys only from the popular/best selling ect section
Was Ulysses the first slice of life anime?
Its characters even match the genre archetypes. Leopold-chan is the sweet moe girl. Stephen-chan is the logical, unemotional one (with a soft side). Buck-chan is the boisterous joker. Molly-chan is the perverted girl who's always grabbing her friends' tits. Etc.
This book is just dying to be made into an anime about cute girls doing cute things.
God-tier books only ITT
>when you are slogging through a long book but don't want to put it down because you know that once you do, you will never pick it back up
What's her name, /lit/?
How do I deal with the fact that the Munchhausen trilemma exists and all philosophy is bullshit and all humanities / art / politics is narcissistic posturing?
Everything is such BS on a big pile of BS on a mountain of BS, it's all so hard to take. Everything boils down to BS or trivialities.
Axiomatic (possibly circular) consistent frameworks are completely okay - and truth is secondary to me in general. I say this as a theoretical physicist.
What you may want to ask is the use of things. E.g.
discusses a notion of action - things have value while you do them and if it makes your live better, why bother whether there are absolutes which can be known?
Ovid is the greatest storyteller of all time
What are some of the books to read in 20s to increase your intellectual prowess?
Is China Mieville a good writer?