/lit/ - Literature

Books, short stories, creative writing, etc.


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can any philosopher explain why the admin keeps creating boards on topics with no demand?
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Has ChOVID taken your learning ambitions away?
Seriously bros, I have had so many issues with learning recently. All I can think about is the massive deaths and I can't focus. How do you not let China take control of your mind and your ambitions?
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Short Stories & Novellas
Post some short stories or novellas you like. I liked The Stranger by Albert Camus. Bartleby the Scrivener by Herman Melville was ok. Give me suggestions anon.
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Just finished reading 1984
Good book, if a tad too lengthy. From the references of it I normally see people making, I thought it would be more focused on "SURVEILLANCE BAD" and "STOP GROUP THINKING", but from what I saw it is more focused on the everyday living in a totalitarian regime, and how people cope with the restrictions and adapt. Part 1 was alright, took me a few days to read. Part 2 was so boring I almost gave up reading the book, I even took a break of several months from it, but then I took a large spoiler that O'Brien was a thought cop and that picked my interest again. Part 3 was by far the best, I started and finished it in 2 days (due to time constraints, I almost finished in 1), I found the whole process of his "reform" very interesting. I like how the book has a bad end (although I guess from his perspective it was a happy end?), I wish I knew more literature like that with a non-heroic protagonist, I am tired of the same old "...and then the good guy beats evil and gets the girl and lives happy ever after the end".
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I am like 99% certain that this man has written more than two books (How To Make Money In Your Spare Time; How To Be a Drug Dealer) and I need to find them also 673126 thread I guess
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Anyone Have a good web page to download fil script
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I'm resourceful. I'm creative, I'm young, unscrupulous, highly motivated, highly skilled. In essence what I'm saying is that society cannot afford to lose me. I'm an asset.
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>you agree that manga is literature too, right anon?
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What's your comfort book? The book you always go back to when you're bored or don't know what to read? For me it's Hatchet (picrel).

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