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So I really enjoy historical fiction novels that are also packed full of actual history alongside the fictional story. (Think James Michener's Alaska, and the like) I've never seen a book like this set in Norway/Scandinavian region. Anyone have a good suggestion?
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George sat in front of the monitor, studying the green words with his tireless eyes; Sentience…Preservation…Manipulation…Inspiration…and Unity. He tried to see them as a whole, each designation made to play some part in humanity’s fate…but the longer he stared at the sequence, the more certain he felt that something was missing. The monitor emitted a pale green glow, casting his face in a limey illumination that was eerie in the choking darkness of his quarters. He was bent over his keyprompter, resting his chin on his hands, and his elbows on his knees. The ridge of his nose furrowed as he read over the designations once more. But no; it was incomplete, no matter what the others believed. “Cal, shut the sequence down.” “Yes, George.” The letters on the monitor died, and the living quarters plunged into near blackness. Now the only illumination came from the stars beyond the viewport, those countless worlds of gas and barren rock that almost seemed alive when reflecting enough twinkling white light. George leaned back in his chair, gazing at them through the holofield, the invisible barrier that thanklessly kept the precious air inside his quarters safe from the cold vacuum of outer space. Thank you, holofield.
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How do I into muslim and jewish theology? I'm set for years with Christianity so no recommendations needed there, but I'm pretty clueless with other monotheistic traditions.
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Someone please come back to the /lit/ IRC on Rizon #/lit/writers Thank you~
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Hey /lit/, uneducated pleb here, I just got turned on to stoicism when my friend sent me the Enchiridion, is there any other similar literature worth getting in to?
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Favourite poem by Plath? Also, general discussion!
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What is the significance of the constant flashbacks of vacations on Less than Zero?
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Worth it? Need something new to read, and this has been suggested multiple times.
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So, I just finished book 5 of the Iliad. Is it going to get any better? Because right now it's just lists of people killing other people and gods being really petty with each other.
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>you will never be a respected author :(
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Does anyone else wish they existed as part of an abstract, collective of learning and rational thought? In other words, minds just floating around in some quasi-material space, learning and thinking about shit. >inb4 professional quote maker
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This is still my favourite series since being a kid. Am I a pleb?
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Hey /lit/ I've come to ask you what literature, book, movie, or even a short story that shows true love. Enough of the so-called love we see on mainstream media like the romantic movies and the like.
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What is your thoughts on Don Qoixote? Wikipedia says it is "best literary work ever written" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don_Quixote
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Can anyone recommend me some music to listen to while I read? Also reading music recommendation thread.
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What happened to art that we know longer approach it from an artistic standpoint but a consumerist one, where we see it purely for its potential entertainment value?
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>you'll never play Dungeons and Dragons at the Eagle and Child >you'll never ask Tolkien the finer points of his mythology over a pint >you'll never debate the existence of God with Lewis while puffing away on your pipe >you'll never stagger into your room in Oxford after a night out with the lads >you'll never be an Inkling I didn't ask for these feels...
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Why do we read so many works of people from centuries ago? Have people become bad at writing? Why are we not celebrating the prose and poetry geniuses of our time instead of burying ourselves in what has already passed?
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Why is feminist literature so non.demanding and low-level, /lit/?
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Prostitution has a great place in literary and artistic tradition. Why is there such a stigma around prostitution?
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