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I'm sure this has been answered before but. Why didn't they just fly the eagles to the volcano and drop the ring in? Pic unrelated.
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Hey lit What do you think of translations as an art form? I just found out that Javier Marías, my favorite Spanish contemporary author, translated Tristam Shandy to Spanish, my original language, and I'm thorn between reading the original or the translation. If its really good I'll probably end up reading both, but still, I'm curious as to which one to read first. Thoughts? Have you ever read a translated book for the sake of the translation and not the book itself?
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Hey, /lit/. Have to write an essay on a feminist play A Dolls House. Supposed to pick a scene, then ask the audience a question about one of the themes in the scene. However i can't ask out-right and have to imply the question by changing something about the production like acting style, atmosphere, clothing, etc. Any ideas?
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Can you imagine Patrick Bateman making an appearance on jeopardy? Kek.
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What's a good book about koalas?
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i present to you the queen of /lit/. She's my girlfriend, by the way. Get.
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http://www.theguardian.com/books/live/2014/oct/06/slavoj-zizek-webchat-absolute-recoil?CMP=twt_gu ZIZEK LIVE AMA 2PM BST
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How many fiction authors actually ever become full time? Do most have a 'day job'?
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tfw no butterfly gf

Changer d'univers: Méditation, physique quantique et hypermatrice informationnelle

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Cet ouvrage peut bouleverser votre vie. De tout temps les hommes ont cherché à réaliser leurs rêves et leurs désirs en faisant appel aux esprits ou aux dieux intercesseurs, ou encore en s’adonnant à la magie, à la prière, attendant d’improbables miracles. En prenant appui à la fois sur les traditions spirituelles anciennes et sur les découvertes les plus avancées de la science moderne, ce livre vous explique pourquoi la magie ne marche pas dans cet univers, mais aussi comment vous pouvez changer d’univers et choisir celui qui vous conviendra selon vos souhaits. Basé, à la fois sur les grands textes métaphysiques du bouddhisme Madhyamaka et sur les théories modernes et scientifiques de la mécanique quantique, à l’aide de nombreuses illustrations et métaphores, ce livre produira en vous cette conception de la « Réalité ultime », du multivers, qui vous donnera la clé du changement d’univers. Pour cela, vous serez aussi initié à une technique de méditation avancée, capable de conjuguer, à la fois votre volonté de changement et la neutralité nécessaire à un tel changement. Ainsi, cette nouvelle conception du multivers, comme hypermatrice ontonomique informationnelle, jointe à la pratique d’une efficace technique de neutralisation mentale, vous donnera toutes les chances de… changer d’univers ! http://www.amazon.fr/dp/1499733097

Murmures engloutis

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Murmures engloutis Anna Coreisan Au travers de ses quatorze nouvelles, Anna Coreisan nous invite agréablement à de multiples réflexions sur le monde, l’humain et des choses aussi sérieuses que l’amour, la sexualité, le machisme, mais encore le bien trop universel et intriguant penchant sexuel envers les enfants. Maniant avec brio la satire, la caricature et le second degré, Anna Coreisan dérange, nous appelle à sortir de nos ornières, à nous remettre en question. On a là un livre découverte, exploratoire, des mondes virtuels et du monde qui est le nôtre. http://www.amazon.fr/dp/149969492X Dans la série télévisée « Real Humans : 100% humains » (Äkta Människor, en suédois), du scénariste Lars Lundström, des robots humanoïdes, quasi parfaits, au point de faire illusion avec de vrais humains, sont fabriqués et vendus comme tout autre produit de consommation. A la base, ces robots peuvent servir dans les entreprises pour remplacer les êtres humains, mais dans les familles, ils peuvent aussi être utilisés aussi bien pour le service à la personne que pour tenir compagnie. Bien que leurs connaissances soient limitées, il est possible de tenir quelques petites conversations avec eux et ils sont dans un processus d’apprentissage permanent qui les améliore au fil du temps. Et puis, ils sont tellement ressemblants aux humains qu’ils peuvent combler une solitude, on peut en tomber amoureux et même avoir avec eux des relations, disons, très intimes… On les appelle les « hubots » (robots humains). Imaginez maintenant ce qui pourrait advenir si l’on inventait, demain, des « childbots », des enfants robots…
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>people hating on verificationism on the internet now What epistemological system is proper for a self-respecting agnostic atheist now? What's mainstream now even?
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ITT: you tell me what this is
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>tfw I'm going to meet m00t before the semester ends
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So what did you think of this book? Personally, I was a bit underwhelmed. I thought that the narrative and "perfectness" of Knecht was supposed to satirize the usual biographical form, but it was without humor and a bit bland. The themes explored in the book had also been already explored better in Hesse's other books. Is there something I possibly missed?
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>tfw Zeeburg will never be my sex slave
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What poetry have you been reading? >And she forgot the stars, the moon, and sun, And she forgot the blue above the trees, And she forgot the dells where waters run, And she forgot the chilly autumn breeze; 420 She had no knowledge when the day was done, And the new morn she saw not: but in peace Hung over her sweet Basil evermore, And moisten’d it with tears unto the core.
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Dump everything, faggots
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what is /lit/ opinion of Clive Barker? I really like this but dunno about his other stuff.
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