Haha oh wow
ITT: Favorite books not by cis white males.
(please use trigger warnings when necessary in this thread)
interested in critical/media theory. are any of these worth reading?
also critical theory general, i guess
what did you expect?
When you got the yams (What's the yams?)
The yam is the power that be
You can smell it when I'm walking down the street
(Oh yes we can, oh yes we can)
How would you personally define "Irony" /lit/?
can we have some fun
Where do i start with chinese literature?
Soul Mountain by Gao Xingjian.
In terms of tone, it's similar as experimental, absurdist work like Samuel Beckett.
If you want something more concrete, try Red Sorghum by Mo Yan, who resembles Kafka.
Tell me about Lord Byron, /lit/
Why was he an important figure for romanticism?
Why was he famous?
What do you think of this booklist, /lit/?
only read "how to win freinds and influence people" from whats compiled here but i would reccomend that its a very nice read, so if any of those are on par with that, cant be a terrible list although some titles are sort of "click bait" example, "i will teach you to be rich" write a book on how to get rich to get rich
Kahneman is great. Malkiel is pretty good. Taleb is okay but kind of a blowhard and I'm not really sure there's much in there you could use as investment advice. Sowell, Hazlitt and Schiff are hacks, avoid at all costs. Marx is...interesting. I will avoid passing judgment either way but I do not think you'll get any useful investment advice out of Capital.
Haven't read the rest.
WHY THE HELL A PEN WOULD RIDE A BIKE?
WHAT A STUPID COVER
All I can write is satire. But my favorite writer is DFW. I feel like I'm failing my master, what do I do?
could you rec me some books about being alone/ living a heremitic life?
Can anyone give me the essential Nationalism reading list?
Poems, Essays, Articles, Books.
How do you keep track of everything you've read?
Why would you want to do this? If the literature in question makes a large impact on me I will inevitably write something about it as I read it, or reference it in the things I'm writing at the time, otherwise what on earth is the point