Can anyone recommended me a paperback edition of Moby Dick that has good footnotes and a cover that's not fuckin' ugly?
The last book I really enjoyed reading
Let's talk about Wuthering Heighs /lit/
Katy is such a fucking bitch tho.
I want my perfect blonde family but still my some gypsie cock on the size. The shit she does to her husband is fucking unreal. savage even
I do enjoy the ghost stuff too, I think Em had a special sense and it shows in the way she writes about that stuff, like a natural intuition about it, like probably helps she was such a fucking autist aswell
worth reading y/n
Does anyone have a .pdf of this they can share? I can't find one anywhere online. I have the Joyce one if you want something in return, or a shitload of philosophy stuff.
Have the physical copy but no pdf unfortunately. Will help you look after dinner.
Fil de critique de textes en français.
mais une fois le but atteint, notre monde à changé. radicalement. tout ce qui allait de soi, il fallait maintenant le maintenir avec un effort qui nous consumait, qui nous laissait épuisés et donc incapables de faire tout ce nous faisions si aisément auparavant... ou si l'on se donnait la force de le forcer, le résultat n’était guère proche de ce qui nous avait toujours fait remarquer, et le coût pour notre personne ne nous permettait de le faire souvent. du coup, on s'est demandé si l'on était prêts à nous en consacrer d'une manière si intense,...
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Who is America's greatest living author?
What are the best Shakespeare works to read?
I really enjoyed Macbeth.
anyone else like the thought/appearance of reading more than reading itself?
I only read in public when I'm sitting in the hallway waiting for class to start and I'm so easily embarassed by everything I read such that the cover is not visible. Incidentally, reading with the book in my lap where the cover cannot be seen is the comfiest way for me to read, but still.
What should I read first?
hey lit im fresh out of high school, 18 and have been getting back into reading. i stopped at age 9 where i mostly read harry potter, then picked it back up at 16 with dostoevsky, gogol, pushkin. i didnt have a "YA bridge", hope that doesnt matter. anyway, are there any other related authors worth reading? pref. slavic. my other favorites right now are kafka and woolf
Discussion relating to J.R.R Tolkien and his books. Am I the only one who found the Lord of the Rings to be incredibly boring?
>there will never be a fantasy series like LoTR again
I especially hate writers bringing up real life medieval Europe as their basis for their shithole of a medieval world. There are only a few who really feels like a fantasy world, like Earthsea for example. And God help if they go into medieval politics.
>when you were a 'writer' in ninth grade and thought it would be deep to include song lyrics from cheesy 80's songs in everything you wrote
Lit cringe thread
the beginning of this year when i read infinite jest
i remember sitting in queen elizabeth park and reading it alone on a hill while a bunch of asian families played around me
that was a p cringey part of my life and it was this year
why do non-slavs bother reading this book?
worse yet why do non-slavs pretend to understand it?
what does lit think of emil cioran
What's /lit/'s impression of Herman Melville and his oh-so-famous book?