Book titles you like?>Water Margin
>>13282858Oryx and Crake.
"The Beast that Shouted Love at the Heart of the World"
>>13282858From Here to EternityBook of DisquietLaughter in the DarkThe Sickness Unto Death
>>13282858>The Spring and Autumn Annals>Dream of the Red Chamber
>>13282858The Sun Also Rises
>>13282858The Man who loved children
The life changing magic of tidying up
The Holy Bible
Heart of DarknessEast of EdenInfinite Jest (yes yes)Quo VadisCrime and Punishment
>>13282858"Another Bullshit Night in Suck City""Hammers on Bone""Das Liebesleben der Hyänen" (the only german title better than the english original)"The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test""Almost Transparent Blue"
>>13282858Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance Voyage of the Dawn TreaderSecond Chronicles
The Name of the Wind
For Whom the Bell TollsThe Taming of the ShrewCoriol[anus]Ariel
>>13282858All of Bolaño's titles.
>>13282858>The Sickness Unto Death >Bowling Alone>The World set Free
>>13285906>two six sixty-sixok then
Dark Star Rising: Magick and Power in the Age of TrumpGravity's RainbowThe Girl Who Trod on a LoafThe Poetics of SpacePale Fire>>13286183>not pronouncing it twenty-six sixty-six
céline had some god tier titles:>voyage au bout de la nuit>mort à crédit
>Crime and Punishment>Fathers and Sons>The Stranger>Anna Karenina
>>13282858>the only other person mentioning Water Margin on /lit/ wasted discussion about it on a shit thread>OP probably didn't even read it>didn't even use the superior title "Outlaws of the Marsh"
>>13282858I love Ficciones. There's something to it that goes so well with the short stories. I can't really say what
The Stars, My Destinationwojaksunset.jpg
The adventurous German Simplicissimus, that is: the description of the life of a strange vagrant called Melchior Sternfels von Fuchshaim, where and in what manner he entered this world, what he saw, learned, experienced, and endured in it, and why he voluntarily left it.>>13282862Any Harlan Ellison really.
Behead All Satans deserves to be the title of something Dosto wrote desu
>The FuckupNever read it, but I appreciate the title. Any good?
Blood Meridian or The Evening Redness In The West.
>>13282858Basically every Dostoyevksy title. Say what you will about the contents but damn could he write a title.>The Idiot>Crime and Punishment>Demons>Notes from Underground
>>13286183It's called "dos mil seiscientos sesenta y seis" in Spanish. It's both a number and a date in Spanish and it sounds imposing and apocalyptic. We don't really do that retarded Anglo thing of splitting year numbers in two. I'm sorry the coolness doesn't translate into your language.
i think it's the most beautiful name i know for a book
>>13288012Very classy, very minimal but cool.
El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quijote de l ManchaLibro del DesasosiegoThe OdysseyThe Prince and the PauperThe Wealth of NationsAtlas ShruggedThe Divine ComedyThe Second SexBeing and NothingnessA Portrait of the Artist as a Young ManThe Life and Opinions of Tristam Shandy, GentlemanUtopiaFuenteovejunaLa Vida es SueñoPhenemology of SpiritThe Richest Man in BabylonMan a MachineEl Burlador de SevillaCantar del Mio CidEverlasting ManParadise LostTerra NostraEither/OrYo, el SupremoNoli Me TangereCastillo InteriorConquest of BreadPraise of FollyLas LusiadasThe Perennial PhilosophyThe Revolution BetrayedPersian ExpeditionThe Golden Ass
The Unbearable Lightness of Being
''tu não te moves de ti'' by Hilda Hilst. In english is something like ''You do not move from you''. idk
>>13288020It looks retarded.
milk and honey
>the once and future king>the sound and the fury
>>13287891I will admit it sounds a lot cooler in Spanish
>the sound and the fury>the call of the wild>the confidence-man>the fault in our stars (no, I haven't read it, but I wish that brilliant title had not been wasted on YA)
>>13287846Based and redpilled>Where the Red Fern Grows
Fromm’s title Escape From Freedom is pure kino
>>13282858>i, robot>Gods debris
>>13290951Both The Sound and the Fury and The Fault in Our Stars were taken from Shakespeare.
>>13291220"I, Robot" is such a good title that it was used for two completely unrelated scifi works. Asimov's publisher ripped off the title of an Eando Binder story because they assumed nobody would care.
>>13286235even more superior is its 3rd title>All Men are Brothers
>>13282858The Tropic of CancerA Farewell to ArmsThe Sound and the FuryThe Grapes of WrathAs I Lay DyingGravity's RainbowThe Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, GentlemanWuthering HeightsA Cure for a CuckoldAlso, even though White Noise is a very generic title, I love how well it works with this cover.>>13288082Stop hogging all the good ones.>>13291243Does that make them any less great? The Sound and the Fury is just fantastic.
The Mill on the Floss
>>13282858Pale fire>never read it tho
>>13282858The Man Without Qualities
In Search of Lost TimeDiary of a MadmanFor Whom the Bell TollsA Good Man is Hard to Find
>>13287891oh good god it sounds even worse in Spanishhow does your language miraculously ruin everything it touches? I don't understand how it's this thorough
>>13287891The title's much better in English
>>13282858The names of the Black books in The Skyrim dlc Solshiem are far to good for shitty collectibles:Filament and FiligreeEpistolary AcumenThe Hidden Twilight The Sallow Regent Waking DreamsEspecially that first one “Filament and Filagree”
>>13292687>The Lusty Argonian Maid Volume 2
>>13292701Yah, but everyone knows about that gem.Every now and then the words “Filement and filagree” pop into my head during work and I just smile at how serendipities it sounds.
Against The Day.
>>13292591You don't even know Spanish, retard. You're judging the title from your English POV. That's not how it works.>>13292628No. It loses the coolness in English. It doesn't even sound like a year in English.>muh twenty-six sixty-sixfucking retards LMAO kys
>>13286235I'm reading Yokoyama's manga right now as an introduction. I'll read the novel afterwards.
The Setting Sun
>>13282858The Power and the Glory
The Remains of the DayNames that carry a different meaning once you've read the book are almost always cool though
The Nigger of Narcissus
>>13292794>¿no está de acuerdo conmigo? por supuesto no habla español. obvio. es imposible que un hispano no pensaría lo que yo pienso¿por qué no te has suicidado?>It doesn't even sound like a year in English.you don't even know English, retard. you're judging the translation from your Spanish POV. that's not how it works
>>13292081read it, it's an absolutely delightful, funny and unique book.
The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet.
Human Ah HumanThe Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the SeaPortrait of a an Artist as a Young ManA Hero of Our TimeThe Day Lasts More Than a Hundred YearsLife's Good, Brother
Not English, and it's actually the name of a poetry collection, but József Attila's first publication was called "Szépség koldusa", or as it would be translated, "The Beggar of Beauty".
In the heart of the heart of the countryFinnegans WakePale Fire, Ada or Ardor
>>13282858One Flew Over the Cuckoo's NestSoup (by Eric Schlosser)And, unironically, Atlas Shrugged is an amazing title.
>>13282858How did you like Water Margin? I am planning to read it myself, is it worth reading?
A Hero of Our Time
Mood IndigoFroth on the Daydream
When Heaven and Earth Changed PlacesBlood MeridianRed Dragon The StrangerTuck Everlasting
>>13284207I like Unofficial History of the Scholars, just because it sounds so clicky-clackyNo, I can't explain what I mean any better than that
>>13286183>>13286196>not pronouncing it Two Six Six Six>>13286235Outlaws of the Marsh isn't even a translation>>13291532And this is even worse!Fuck All Men are Brothers and FUCK PEARL S BUCK>>13293039Just read the bookIt's fucking great
"Ausgeträumt", the german title of Bukowski's last novel "Pulp", especially with it's original german cover.