Whats /lit/'s opinion of tim rogers ?
I think it's pretty cool.
Hey /lit/, look at this cover - it is an old Hungarian edition of Singer's novel 'The Slave'.
Don't you think that the jew's face is simply marvelous? I mean, it looks like as if the drawer wanted to make a toptier meme content.
Also, opinions on Singer? I'm reading now Satan In Goray, and its bretty gud, plus super dank, because in the Hungarian translation the rabbi's name is spelled Benis, kek.
Is this book /lit/?
More importantly, is it good?
Ok so this might be a retarded question but I can't find the answer anywhere.. Should I read the books of In Search Of Lost time in one go(without reading anything else inbetween) or is it okay if for example i'd read another novel inbetween to parts.. also how hard would it be to read it for a 20 year old?
Why does /lit/ hate this guy?
What are some great books written AND set in 2005 or later?
I'm so tired of reading about the early to mid 20th century.
Post a page in a book that contains the book's name. Others guess the book
Redwall thread? Redwall thread.
I'm not the only one who was turned furry by this series, am I?
There's a lot of talk on here about Marxism and Cultural Marxism.
I don't really know anything about Marxism past the basics. Should I read Das Kapital or is there something else I should read to get a grasp on what Marxism is all about?
Or should I just skip learning about it all together?
Cultural Marxism is a 99% conspiratorial reading of The Frankfurt School by uneducated monkeys who truly believe that generational mass conspiracies can exist in a species as prone to gossip as this one.
As far as readings in Marxism, oxfordbibliographies will give you numerous well received peer reviewed texts.
A friendly reminder to take the leap, my dear anons. Yours truly, Soren.
Am I missing some sort of value in Daniil Kharms' writing? I'm about halfway through Today I Wrote Nothing, and I don't hate it but I'm not sure I get it either. I've heard he's a big influence on George Saunders, and I like Saunders a lot but Kharms just leaves me confused.
I haven't been on /lit/ for a while, why do we hate Joyce now?
Is it a problem if your book has too many female characters in it?
I'm about 330 pages in. 250 more to go. I'm liking it so far, it's quite good, but I've heard East of Eden destroys this. What do you think about it?
grapes of wrath is pretty badass. but yeah...east of eden is Steinbeck's best imo. definitely has the best ending of the 5-6 or so books I've read by him.
you really need to hear woody Guthrie's "dust bowl ballads" in the background while reading grapes.
although I won't spoil the ending for grapes...the ending was pretty badass and satisfying as well.
Books similar to Neuromancer?