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john montague

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what does \lit\ think of john montague. Is his poetry articulate, c'mon let hear what you have to say.How does he make you feel?
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What's your favorite book from the past 10 years?
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TWIGGY IS A CUCKOLD FAGGOT
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>he takes posting on an Indonesian cartoon image board seriously
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is it possible to write a book with a group of people? i actually want an excuse to be with a group of new people. but i might make good use of it.
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>I'm missing a cover for my story. >I'd like some help. >Also feel free to ask questions. What if the world hasn't become to what it is today? What if the great empires of the ancient world still existed? Such a thing can't exist, but their progression could've stayed. This is what happened in the setting. The great empires became united superpowers that hold tremendous power to this very day. But when it comes to the cold north of Asia such alliances wouldn't be interested in such terrains especially with the barbaric tribes that lurk there. Shortly before the Roman Empire's inevitable collapse, close to half of its population broke off, allying themselves with the Greek, Brits, Scots and Gaul's, forming the coalition of Hydro. The Semites, hemi tics, and other collective African tribes were united after the great conquest of Carthage of land, is now ruled under the word of Baal, and ruthless dynasties. The superpower is more progressive in creation food and health. Yet lacks extreme human rights, both genders. They are called in the maps written by Hydronians as Petra. In the east the empire of china didn't give up, they were united with Japan, and conquered the rest of Asia. And now is in constant political movement between the Chin Dynasty and the Japanese dynasty, both are ruthless and cruel. Yet their technology is more developing than any other superpower. But what happened with America you ask? Will that you'll find out. Today is the 17th century, as a result of many competitions among the superpowers. Technology has become more advanced with the low decline of population. In the city Fondorum of hydro a long heritage of librarians holding the name of Daniel is known for running the greatest academy the world has ever achieved. And the oldest there is. Existing for more than a dozen generations. Unfortunately for the current dynasty, they don't know they're the last to be in power in Hydro.
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Do english translation of Siger of Brabant exist, and if so where can I find them? French versions would be fine if that is all there are, I just really need to take a look at some primary texts.

Alfredo Ballí Treviño was the inspiration for Hannibal Lector?

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Recently re-read the Hannibal Lector series and wanted to read up on as much information on it as I could (really good series!). Came across an article that stated its actually based on a real life murderer!? Alfredo Ballí Treviño https://www.themedicalbag.com/despicabledoctor/the-real-life-hannibal-lecter-was-a-scary-dude-too
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http://www.theguardian.com/books/series/digestedread These are short parodies of books. Some of these are really funny.
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>And to urge another argument of a parallel nature: if Christianity were once abolished, how could the Freethinkers, the strong reasoners, and the men of profound learning be able to find another subject so calculated in all points whereon to display their abilities? What wonderful productions of wit should we be deprived of from those whose genius, by continual practice, hath been wholly turned upon raillery and invectives against religion, and would therefore never be able to shine or distinguish themselves upon any other subject? We are daily complaining of the great decline of wit among as, and would we take away the greatest, perhaps the only topic left?
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I need help with citing. Plus, I don't know how to transition. For example: >The Song of Roland >The Song of Roland or Le Chanson de Roland in French was a minstrel carried into an epic poem during the Carolingian era. It is attributed to Tudor, a Norman who wrote it circa 1100 in the Norman French language. Tudor a common name at the time, and it is mentioned at the end of the manuscript, but nothing about the author is known for certain. The manuscript was found a century later and glorifies events from the 8th century – Charlemagne’s battle against the Basques of northern Iberia, but was reinterpreted into a crusade against Islam (Encyclopedia Britannica). >For that reason I have looked at the background of other works for a look into the voice of the story. One of the most powerful poems of the book of Exeter, Deor's Lament, describes the coming and passing of individual Anglo-Saxon and Lombard pre-Carolingian figures—early Germanic conquerors—and foretells constant change and succession. The main importance of Deor's Lament in contrast to the Song of Roland is a record of pre-Norman Britain. It is an insight into the people who spoke before the advent of Anglo-French and after the withdrawal of the Roman Empire at the hands of these people, Saxon and Angles, who, like the Franks, were chosen to defend the people from the Vikings and marauders and began developing culture which would merge with the French at the hands of William the Conqueror. This story shows a different outlook and less importance is attributed to the changes, with language spoken in terms of Pagan mythology (Slade). The Slade citation doesn't say what I said in the full sentence. It shows how pagan Deor was, and I have added in the sentence my conclusions about this. Does this make sense?
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What's the most comfy book you've ever read, /lit? For me it's LOTR: fellowship of the ring
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How much am i supposed to abstract my maxim m80s? He was never clear on how much context to use.
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I can't know nuffin The novel
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I know this is not the best place to ask about archaeology, but I can't think of any better board, so I'm bringing it to /lit/. I really want to get into Gordon Childe's(His ideas may be considered archaic by some, but that's no reason not to read such an influental archaeologist) works. Where should I start?

PPC (or Petits Propos Culinaires)

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Hey /lit/ As a food writer, I frequently find references to PPC, or Petits Propos Culinaires, a journal that's been published since 1980. I became really interested in making a subscription, and certainly will. But I also wanted to check the previous numbers, and those are sold by Prospect Books at 5~7 pounds each, plus shipping. There are more than 100 editions. I really can't afford for more than a subscription right now. So, /lit/ does someone here have a copy of a previous number and would scan it, or knows where I can find scans? (I write this after a lot of searching). Sorry for the bad English, not my native language.
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Opinions, of this awesome trilogy
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http://www.suicidenote.info/ebook/suicide_note.pdf Have you read any or all of this? Pic unrelated
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What would Beethoven's favorite book be?
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