>that guy who thinks Great Gatsby is better than Tender is the Night or This Side of Paradise
>That guy who reads Stirner and doesn't shut up about it.>That guy who thinks Ted Kaczynski is the greatest philosopher of the 20th century. >That guy that comes to /lit/ from /pol/ asking about Evola.
>that guy who always recommends gene wolfe in every thread
>>13117761>the guy who believes this is the /advice board instead of the /literature board
>that guy who's watched some youtube summaries of Nietzsche
>that guy who constantly shills Deleuze and throws a fit when people challenge him
>that older gal who lives self righteously in the subjunctive mood
>>13117761>that guy who commends anything written by Fitzgerald
>that guy who thinks Dostoyevsky is good
>>13117841>that guy who doesn't think dostoevsky is good
>>13117761This Side of Paradise is good but bloated for a first novelTender is the Night is good for the first 2/3 and then implodesGatsby is good all the way throughThe Beautiful and Damned is good all the way through
>>13117964the first 1/3 of tender is my favourite portion of a novel, it's so idyllic right up until the last sentence.
>that guy who thinks Shakespeare is overrated despite not having read a single one of his plays beyond selections for high school.>>13117761Honestly if someone has actually bothered to read either of the latter two books I've got to give them credit even if they have the wrong opinions about them.
>>13117964>tfw Fitzgerald didn't finish The Last Tycoon
>that guy who doesn't read anything by women
>>13117785>implying Ted wasn't right
>>13117964Bloated? Has a great feel for college life in East Coast U.S. a hundred years ago and concludes beautifully. It can be read easily in a day.
>>13117761>that guy who thinks Sun Tzu is a competent military strategist
>>13117761>the guy who actually read a book called "tender is the night" and gives a shit about gatsby past middle school while posting images of laughing black people
>that guy whose favorite author is Herman Melville and still pretends he isn’t gay
>that guy squatting in the curl rack
>that guy who comes to /lit/ to post r9k threads
>>13118489>that patrician* who doesn’t read anything by women
>>13117761>that guy who constantly name drops Deleuze, Derrida, Baudrillard, Jameson, etc. without even having read Plato or Aristotleok maybe I’m that guy but I’m trying to fix myself
>that insane person that believes they have an identity beyond marketing purposes
>>13117761>that guy that only reads secondary lit on philosophers and diacusses it confidently
>that guys who mfw no gf
>that guy who tried to read all of Plato and Aristotle before moving on in philsophy>immediately got stuck on Aquinas
>that guy who points out underrated posts that hadn't been 'rated' at all
>>13122039>invoked, like a demonmfw
>>13117792>that guy who compares every single scifi/fantasy writer to wolfe even if they have nothing to do with him
>that guy who has a huge dick, impressive vocabulary, strong moral character, incredibly attractive, numerous talents ranging from music art philosophy poetry and natural science, financially stable, impeccable sense of humor, sober and healthy body mind and soul, but has crippling anxiety around women he’s attracted to
>>13117761>that guy who posts memes but never actually discusses books in any depth
>That guy who clearly only came here from r/thedonald and thinks left-wing = authority and right-wing = freedom
>that guy who doesn't like Jack Kerouac
>that guy who actually actually reads the books they talk aboutfucking tryhard
>>13122318>that guy who doesn't existisn't that gif from Shame, anyway?
>>13117761f. scott fitzgerald was a glorified john green.
>>13123719What do you mean?
>that guy who constantly makes christcuck threads>that guy who schizoposts about Whitehead and space Taoism>that guy who is a freshie from /pol/ and won’t read any theory written by a leftist>that guy who reads Murakami>that guy who philosophyposts about mundane or stupid shit and analyzes them to an autistic level is me
>>13123719many anachronisms aren't necessarily inaccurate in their intentions, but this one is. horribly so.
>that guy who believes there was no italian language before dante