The literary lifestyle relies on literary feels which depend on the sense of literally that conveys actuality and truth and not necessarily only the sense of literary 'as an as such that contains words'. You should know this much without me having to put it explicitly, but if you didn't there you go.
>>7320326 The chair cast a nondescript shadow against the white wall behind it. I don't know why I noticed it or the chair for that mater owing to how nondescript they were; I had let my mind slide into that place where I let go of determinations that surround me in the world. In other words, I had spaced out. I had begun to stare... at the chair. And now as I begun to regain consciousness I realized in its entirety what exactly - and intimately - I had drifted into; a completely ordinary chair stood before me. The green upholstery that provided the cushion of the chair merged beyond my gaze into four wooden legs the front two of which bent out slightly at an angle. Each of the legs had two supports presumably to keep the legs equidistant from one another as years of use added on. This gave the chair a sturdy semblance. The back of the chair, I now realized, had what I can only describe as a rorscharch image crafted inside of a rectangular frame of four wooden slates by the subtraction of two identical solid pieces of wood creating a negative space on either side of the longways rorsharch like place upon which the designer intended the back to rest. As I stared into the rorscharch image in the back of the chair nonchalantly sitting there on that innocuous pastel yellow linoleum tile I grew angry. I hadn't know before, but I knew now, some deft psychologist had me in their grips. What kind of conspiracy lies hidden beneath the oh so commonplace veneer of a mere chair and how many other chairs out there also had these subliminal messages hidden in their structure. Indeed - a great mystery lies before us, but also the danger. Have we not stared too long into the abyss?
>>7320435 I like the economy of the original version and believe that if you read sentences of mine regularly it would present itself to you as it does me: eloquently. However since you don't read my sentences regularly and it stands alone, I'll acquiesce and provide the 'formulaic version'.
Literature commonly has two meanings both of which impact the meaning of 'the literary lifestyle'. The first meaning broadly implies materials of the textual sort and narrowly implies a class of text known by that moniker. The second meaning implies a sense of actuality and truth (which not incidentally has its use in the conduct of letters). This 'conduct of letters' I define as the literary lifestyle.
>>7320509 but you really always read literature because the term literature it´s a inclusive definition. philosophy isn´t part of literature?. in fact all 4chan is literature. and all facebook, and all the administrative informs and all the little tiny letter of ingredients of your snickers. just everything. go fuck everything.
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