how can one man be so awesome?
Easy. In order to be as awesome as Nietzsche you only need to have three characteristics:
1.) Be intelligent.
2.) Be nihilistic.
3.) Have a wicked sense of humor.
Follow these steps and you'll get there in no time!
Can I get a rec for something that gives a Neutral Milk Hotel vibe. I read Night by Elie Wiesel and something along those lines would be appreciated.
New purchases thread.
Currently reading the Electric Kool Aid Acid Test. Which book should I read when I'm finished?
What did you guys think of pic related?
What are your favourite comfy hard scifi novels?
WHAT IS THE EARLIEST KNOWN EDITION OF THE "HIPPIAS MAJOR"?
How pleb am I in french /lit/?
> Some Diderot (2 books)
> Montesquieu's Persan Letters
> Some Voltaire (about 6-7 books)
> Some Molière (about 11-12 plays)
> Some Bantam Star Wars
> A play by Muset
ITT: words normies use
Hello guys, I wanted to know what is the best e-book reader that reads the epub format for the best price ?
So i've decided to get into Hamsun. Mainly because i'm from Norway and he is probably the greatest autor this country has ever produced. Couple of questions.
I've decided to start with Hunger/Sult because it seems like the most popular of his novels, and would be the easiest one to discus on here. What other works of his would you recommend to read after finishing Hunger. I'll try to get through as much of his bibliography as possible (unless i hate what i read of course).
I also wonder how much value is lost with getting an English translation. 100%...
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The norwegian language has changed a lot through times, and Hamsuns language might feel a little hard to read in Norwegian, especially compared to the modern norwegian today, it has a certain danish feel to it. But I really recommend readibg it in the original, its worth the effort. He is the first author I read where I felt norwegian literature can be truly great and beautiful. Read Markens Grode after Sult.
Should i read the introduction?
pros and cons
i'm just about to start it, i don't want spoilers but if the introduction is necessary then i will
thanks in advance senpaitachi
/lit/ can a hardcore joycer explain why these covers make sense?
God mode: don't say "just read the book"
write something clever
how come all tv shows make fun of patrician book readers like lit is a joke