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>thundersqueak, my blunder squeak, my give in but don't go under squeak
Better than expected.
So /lit/, what is the greatest poem, play, and novel of all time.
The big three.
how many hours a day do you think good authors spend writing
are there any books where there are tons of non sequitur and it almost feels like looking inside the mind of a schizo?
Henri Michaux very much. But it seems that "A Certain Plume" is not even available in English. Very unfortunate.
Daniil Kharms is similar.
ps: What the hell is that in the upper right corner of OP pic?
Everyone except for Pierre and Boris are blowhards.
Mary is best character
Sonya second best
Mary x Sonya slashfiction when
Is Atlas Shrugged a good read?
I am reading it rn. I dont understand why people think of of it as a meme book. Its quite a read holding my attention so far. At least much better than my two previous reads which was the Republic and the War of The Worlds.
Read it desu, you will read it sooner or later, so do it sooner
You are locked in a padded cell with an author of your choice for a week
Who is it and what things do you do together
I'm half way in and I'm loving it.
I'm trying not to be an MRA and understand where liberals/social marxists are coming from.
Are there any good feminist books? I'm trying to seriously challenge my beliefs.
Since liberals dominate the academic community, surely they have some good literature to explain their viewpoints.
You can't tell me they all get their information from tumblr and Laci Green.
Any English majors here
what are you doing career wise?
Man, every time I read something by Bertcuck Rustled, it's just a comedy goldmine.
Why doesn't he branch out of YA?
For one, YA is extraordinarily profitable. John Green probably has an eight figure net worth, at least, thanks to all the YA he's written.
Second, what >>7857904 said. He's fairly limited. He writes good teenagers, but he can't fathom adults. He can't fathom actual children, either. Notice how all the children in John Greene books are unbearable. All he can write is smarter-than-average teenagers. This is because Greene himself essentially has the mind and the makeup of a smarter-than-average teenager. He's very clever and witty, but he's not really an adult. He can only write what he knows, and he doesn't really know anything more than YA. When I say 'know,' I'm using it in a very fundamental way.
Do we have a chart for essential texts (books, essays) for climate change? If not, can we make one? I have legitimately no idea where to start.
>Not taking notes
>taking basic shit level notes
>acting like this is something you invented
How to adapt a midwestern accent /lit/?
I'm tired of sounding like a retard when speaking english with my awful euro accent
You should be trying for based transatlantic, fuck midwestern, its boring.
Is military history literature's comfiest and most hidden treasure?
SGM Eric Haney wrote a book about his time in a counter-terror unit that while being alternating flavors of hilarious and sad, remains through and through 'comfy'.