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when will Western literature rise to the occasion?
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How can I become more intelligent, /lit/?
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/lit/ starter here, i.e pleb the general consensus i gather from lurking here is that this bitch is full of shit and a general hack, reasons seem to be "Objectivism" and that her fiction is a fedora magnet, please explain....
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As there is no board in 4chan about politics, I'm posting here. I'm a newbie-politics reader that is really interested in learnig more about politics. Especially about those who made a before and after, like capitalism, comunism and socialism. But I'm not really sure about what should I read. Some tell me Marx to understand job, but as I said, I'm unsure. So, lovely 4chan reader, what authors should I start to read to understand politics and economy? some of capitalism to understand the beggining of everything? Also, politics general thread.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIyW_t1u5Z4 >yfw the best female novelist since Woolf
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>War is bad There, I just saved you ~760 pages
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Why are the lyrics of this rock record so acclaimed? I've heard that it's one of the first rock albums to actually feature some decent poetry, but it seems pretty mediocre to me
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What's a good book to give to my brother on how to become a man? Thinking of something like Farewell to Arms.
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>These wings are V.-licious! What the fuck
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>the book has a new york times quote
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Any good ideas for Dubliners essay involving drinking and alcoholism as a theme.
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does anyone know where i can find the book written by /x/ ? i wanna be spooked or any good terrifying book in general. i need something thatll really change me
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How do you learn the correct way to write, and write fiction in general? Hopefully I do not pass off as an annoying anon, but I'd really like to know how to write engaging or even just readable narrative pieces, and while there are tons of different resources on the internet I find still kind of hard to find the right way to go about writing. There's the building inherent to the fiction itself, the rules to go about writing... What should I do /lit/? Is there a trustable and grindable resource out there where I can fine my skills - obviously not meaning schools and the like - ? I want to unpleb myself ;_;
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What does /lit/ think of Barthes?
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How do you become intellectually well-rounded? It seems like there's such a firehose of information that it's hard to know what to prioritize. Basically, how do you become someone who anyone can talk to about almost anything? I can take information in just fine but I rarely develop opinions of my own or an able to discuss/argue them verbally.

Fantasy and Sci Fi general #1 Will this work? edition

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So let's try this out. A general for fantasy and sci fi genre litterature. What are you currently reading? Recommendations? What 2014 books do you think should make the 2015 Hugo and Nebula nominee list? What books are you eagerly awaiting? What's on your to read list? I just finished the book of the new sun by Wolfe and it was hands down one of the best series of books I've ever read. I'm looking to read something a bit less complex before I start Urth of the new sun though. To the people who aren't intrested in fantasy/sci fi, please stay out of this thread and be thankful that we try to contain this to one thread instead of shitting up the rest of the catalogue with multiple threads for respective books/series.
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What does /lit/ use to write? Do you find that it has any impact on your writing style?
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After yesterday's humongous green text thread, I asked my publisher friend if he could publish an anonymous anthology of greentext. He said he would do it, so if its something people were seriously interested in putting together, this could feasibly happen. He said we can put it together in a zine format and if anyone wants to order a copy we can just charge cost and shipping. Considering that the literary format is so structured, this could even become a bi-monthly kind of thing if people were into the idea. We could collect and curate anonymous submissions, distributing copies as we see fit. I think it's a neat alternative (is TAR even a thing anymore?) and could be a fun project now that /lit/'s own magnum opus is complete.
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Hello /lit/. I need to read ANY book somehow related with Celts. (Celtic traditions, culture, folklore, mythology druids, prominent figures, scifi, real life - whatever) As you can see the theme is broad, so I'm having trouble finding a specific book to read. Maybe you guys can help me?
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