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Hey /lit/. First time posting on this board, just need some quick help, sorry if this is frowned upon. I'm writing a paper, and I don't fully understand the final stanza of this Sappho poem. If anyone could provide some insight, it would be greatly appreciated. (Tried Google, couldn't find anything.) He looks to me to be in heaven, that man who sits across from you and listens near you to your soft speaking, your laughing lovely: that, I vow, makes the heart leap in my breast; for watching you a moment, speech fails me, my tongue is paralysed, at once a light fire runs beneath my skin, my eyes are blinded, and my ears are drumming, the sweat pours down me, and I shake all over, sallower than grass: I feel as if I'm not far off dying. But no thing is too hard to bear; for God can make the poor man rich, or bring to nothing heaven-high fortune.
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how do I find well-read friends that aren't total cunts? I swear, the moment most readers get the impression they're grasping at anything remotely interesting they become insufferable.
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a posteriori or a priori which one is better
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Is Peter Straub any good?
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I heard frankfurt school is... 228 posts and 0 image replies omitted. Click to view.
I heard frankfurt school is pretty entry level? What's the next step up?
Why is it that Homer reads... 6 posts and 0 image replies omitted. Click to view.
Why is it that Homer reads like one big run-on sentence? I don't mean this in a condescending way, I'm genuinely curious how he achieves the effect.
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Do you buy Judge Holden's explanation that he destroyed artifacts because nothing exists without his permission? Something about this explanation doesn't sit right to me. It's as if he's goading me on with some bullshit that sounds good but doesn't seem right; consider, for instance, the part where the judge tells the men about naturalism and laughs at them for being fools. Is the judge doing this to us with what he says at any part in the book? Maybe I'm overthinking it, but it seems like the judge just wants to destroy things, and it has no rational basis. Also, did anyone get the urge to reread this book after finishing it? I usually don't get the urge to but with this book I feel like I'm just missing so much that's embedded deeply in cryptic language.
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Why do radical feminists reject Marxist or socialist feminism? How can patriarchy control society on a higher level than capitalism?
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How are children so wonderful at expression? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9DhdTaw9qs
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Hey /lit/ I'm looking for an English translation of a book called "Con nuestros propios esfuerzos" or With our own efforts. I was hoping you guys would be able to help me out.
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So, /lit, what is your honest opinion on this phenomenon of the 20th century? It's declaired to be the biggest event in the previous century which had a huge influence on literature in general. Is Marina Tsvetaeva worth studying and writing a thesis on? >Much like me, you make your way forward, >Walking with downturned eyes. >Well, I too kept mine lowered. >Passer-by, stop here, please. >Read, when you've picked your nosegay >Of henbane and poppy flowers, >That I was once called Marina, >And discover how old I was. >Don't think that there's any grave here, >Or that I'll come and throw you out ... >I myself was too much given >To laughing when one ought not. >The blood hurtled to my complexion, >My curls wound in flourishes ... >I was, passer-by, I existed! >Passer-by, stop here, please. >And take, pluck a stem of wildness, >The fruit that comes with its fall -- >It's true that graveyard strawberries >Are the biggest and sweetest of all. >All I care is that you don't stand there, >Dolefully hanging your head. >Easily about me remember, >Easily about me forget. >How rays of pure light suffuse you! >A golden dust wraps you round ... >And don't let it confuse you, >My voice from under the ground.
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Tfw Hegelian dialectics finally makes sense.
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