Are there any books (besides the bible) that have justified murder in them? Objectively speaking.
Lolita. I would have murdered Quilty too, he was a real cocksucker.
What did she mean by this?
What do you guys think about A Brief History of Seven Killings?
What's a good book about the up and coming automation that is being talked about?
I mean, automation of the work force, smart enough AI's that manage our lifes, the death of work and stuff like that.
any blatant requirements before reading hegel besides greeks?
/lit/, can you name me any novels with "good" main characters?
And I'm not talking about shitty fantasy protagonists that are just born wanting to do good for no reason, or the "ordinary man" of most modern lit that just tries to find his way in a crazy, crazy world that just doesn't make sense and terrifies him.
But rather, someone that's highly philosophical as well as emphatic, who isn't just trying to do the good thing, but to realize what good truly is -- without ever falling so low as to give up his mental aptitudes...
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Should native English speakers learn a second language?
depends what they want to do with their lives. do they want to be the human equivalent of farm animals, eking out an average but comfortable existence, moving through average but comfortable relationships, collecting average but comfortable experiences, and to aspire to nothing more - such as is the fate, anyway, of ~70% of anglophones? do they want to be athletes in a purely national sport? bricklayers? mechanics etc?
if not, yeah, it's worthwhile
So are bret easton ellis books a good read?
Any deeper revelation to be had in them or
atleast a good time waster?
What was the greatest literary movement?
What is the difference between justice and revenge?
Book holding thread.
What is your preferred hand configuration.
Paper back master race
Like yours, but I'm a leftie and hence hold the book with my left hand. Right hand is in contact with the book too, though, as my index finger will be on the bottom right ready to turn to next page while my right hand thumb is resting on the bottom of the page and my fuck-finger is supporting the book so it's not only my left hand
/lit/, what if poetry in Dark Age Greece was the equivalent of green text
what if Homer was literally just shitposting the entire time
what if the foundation of the Western Canon is based on the works of a NEET?
is there hope for us, /lit/?
>"One never knew, after all, now did one now did one now did one".
What does that even mean?
Is there a direction of theme among young writers in North America right now?
A movement? A mantra? A place to see their work?
please recommend books that will help me overcome my misogyny