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Can any Christians of /lit/ explain fasting to me? What is fasting supposed to accomplish? (From what I've read so far it is supposed to draw us closer to God) How does fasting accomplish this?
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What are some words that you've been using a lot in conversation? Also, just a general favorite words thread. >ubiquitous >cognizant >dismal >idealize
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How can one weaken his ego and accept what he can't change, /lit/?
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Shakespeare thread. Favorite play/sonnet/monologue/anything Discuss the greatest playwright of all time.
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What are some websites where I can find good analysis/reviews of the books I read? I find others' viewpoints about the same books useful, and they might point out something I missed. However, I don't think just writing *book name* review into google is the way to go about it, because of literary idiots.
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What read was most FUN for you? Not necessarily life-changing or anything, just the one you enjoyed reading the most. For me, it's Calvino's If on a Winter Night, hands down.
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>take Oscar Wilde class >first three days are dedicated to watching Wilde >the film is relatively related to his writing >mostly about him boning a bunch of guys in the ass >mfw watching Oscar Wilde sleep around is part of my education Is just reading Dorian Gray instead too much to ask?
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I sit here stained with aging semen, the fag end of that progenitive dribble, alone, outside the company of women, thinking 'bugger me, watching buggery makes you miserable'
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What are some books similar to the Fafhrd and the grey mouser serie? Some picaresque fantasy or stuff like that
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Is there a good way to practice German online? I'm in German 3 in college and I believe that I'm falling behind my classmates. What are the best ways to practice German outside of class? Also, favorite German authors?
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How do you go about functioning in the world if you encounter something that seems to defy explanation? The change to ones perception of the world would be irrevocable, are there any incidents like this in the various works in the literary canon? Not some transcendental religious experience, but a writer who has witnessed something or alludes to witnessing something that changes both them and their subsequent writings after? I have always been fascinated by how these incidents can affect the human mind; not in a conspiracy-addled /x/ kind of obsession but more due to a fascination with my fascination with questions rather than answers.
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/sci/ here. Do you guys really believe science hasn't made philosophy obsolete?
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has anyone here read this book? its about male homosexuality and transsexualism. i ask here because most people in the LGBT find it very offensive and stigmatizing. But its still a really interesting book.
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Thoughts on bucolics? Do they make you happier?

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What makes Pynchon's writing style 'paranoid'
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i like to dance alone; can you recommend me a good read?
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Hey lit, would you mind critiquing my poetry? I've been working on this for a while and I'm looking for a some solid feedback. http://jvmaes.wordpress.com Also if you want to donate to my kickstart, let me know and ill provide the link.

virgin shaming books

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Let me start off by saying I swear I'm not trolling. If you're offended, don't bother replying. I'm looking for serious recommendations. I'll start with the backstory. So there is this neckbeard in my class who is harrassing me on facebook. He keeps messaging me, telling me how much of a "nice guy" he is and how he'd love to spend time with me. He honestly asked me to play video games with him (lol, what adult plays video games??) Anyway, this douchebag said he's an "avid reader" (actually he only reads sci fi and fantasy books for little kids rofl). Since I know for a fact that he never had a girlfriend, I thought I'd give him my rejection in the form of a book recommendation. Do you faggots know a book centered around either the mental life of a loser who always fails to find a woman who loves him and gets more and more desperate until he commits suicide or a story where a woman reflects upon her contempt for male virgins? I want to recommend the book to him and when he reads it he should get depressed (and hopefully kills himself). So the ideal book would be one explicitly written with the intent to cause emotional disturbance in this kind of loser as a reader. Can you help me, /lit/?
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what are some good books on progressive/leftist thought and politics
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