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FRANZ KAFKA - THE TRIAL

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WHY DID I READ THIS? WHY WOULD ANYONE READ THIS? WHY HASN'T HISTORY FORGOTTEN THIS?
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Did anyone read this? I normally don't read this kind of literature but I gave it a chance. I mean this guy Albert has a statue in the middle of Washington DC, saw it myself when I was visiting (from Europe). Can someone from the USA comment on this? How does this happen? Also I happen to have a translation of this book, any idea who would be interested in that kind of thing?
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Is Prometheus more of a forerunner of Jesus, or of Lucifer?
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As a writer, would you say you have a style of your own? If so, what is it? If not, are you consciously copying someone else's style (not that there's anything wrong with that)?
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post something brilliant https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tVOqZIC8qU
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Opinions?
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ITT: psychedelic discussion Thoughts on the psychedelic movement? Favorite psychedelic books/authors?
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I'm thinking about reading Bonjour Tristesse for fun this summer. I'm an burgerstani, but I have taken a few years of French and studied in Paris for a semester and I was wondering if I should read it in French or English. I can read things like The Stranger with occasional help from a dictionary. If it's something that would be painstakingly slow at this point, what is a good translation? Otherwise, where does a pleb American buy French language books on the cheap? Amazon was surprisingly pricey.
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Reading Zapffe at the minute Other philosophers yet to be translated into English please /lit/?
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So what does /lit/ think about reading while high-on-pot? Personally, I can only read "easy" fiction high and enjoy it, and that took a lot of practice. Any other experiences?
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Are there any books you liked more for their tone/writing style than for their plot or characters? Pic related, while plot and characters are both really good, I absolutely love the way Palahniuk writes. If anyone can recommend any books with this style of writing, I will be forever in your debt. I've already done other Palahniuk books, as well as some creepypasta about a guy forgetting to drop his duaghter off at daycare and she cooks inside his locked car and dies. What's your books that you admire for their style?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=alWIvTb1zfQ James Ellroy and Larry Harnisch conclusively solve The Black Dahlia Mystery
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>read about simone de beauvoir's second sex book on lit >"omg so incredible!" >search google for author >she was 41 when she wrote it >she was a washed up used up woman who took all the benefits of a life on easy mode, saw shitloads of men die in pointless wars, and then only complains once her pussy dried up and Chad no longer wants her This picture may or may not sum up my feelings on her.
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where should i go for authentic buddha teachings? most books on amazon were published between 2-5 years ago, probably by some new age hippy. thanks.
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/lit/ be honest, i need some good ol fashion hard truth, would you read a book about the adventures of a teenager in his graduation trip?
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How does a person go about finding out more about Medieval literature? I know journals and online classes are available, but where would someone be able to find these things? Are they just myths for the ignorant?
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New /lit/ fag here. I just finished reading 1984 and would like to discuss the philosophy of collective solipsism. What discredits this philosophy if one can not prove that an actual world exists because it is only the perception of a malleable collective?
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>No thread on the front page about Daniel Keyes dying.
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can you recommend me some erotic books? hard mode: no billionaire boyfriends, no monogamy I quite enjoyed 100 strokes of the brush before bed Emmanuelle
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Can you recall any protagonists with interesting line of work?
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