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How do I blend humor and...
Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)03:13 UTC+1 No.4981271 Report

How do I blend humor and pathos?
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)03:19 UTC+1 No.4981296 Report

The same way Dostoyevsky does it.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)03:23 UTC+1 No.4981307 Report

>>4981271
Understand that humor usually spurs from tragic and unusual situations, and describe such situations witfully.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)03:23 UTC+1 No.4981308 Report

If you should be doing this, you wouldn't have had to ask.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)05:35 UTC+1 No.4981795 Report

Look up David Foster Wallace: Remarks on Kafka for a reworked view on humor. You can also look up a book on the philosophy of humor.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)05:40 UTC+1 No.4981820 Report

>>4981307
that would turn him into dfw which is different from what he wants
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)05:50 UTC+1 No.4981859 Report

No humour, only pathos. The world will laugh at you anyways.
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syn 06/07/14(Sat)05:52 UTC+1 No.4981863 Report

>>4981271
I thought the two inseparable.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)05:54 UTC+1 No.4981868 Report

>>4981863
Deep.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)06:02 UTC+1 No.4981897 Report

>>4981820
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