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Anyone have any recommendations for works similar to pic related. I have been reading lots of Jungers works lately and he is quite accurate in some of his predictions and analysis.
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>>16886349
It's a shame there's comparatively so little information about Junger and his works, especially in English
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Bump
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>>16887076
I wonder how much there is in German just on the war. Likely someone knows how many coats he had.
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>>16888271
There's a bibliography on Wikipedia which looks extensive
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>>16882947
You didn't read the thread.

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I must say thank you for the good keks, frens. This is a nice board, see you!
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>>16887083
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>>16887083
don't do it anon! don't kill yourself!

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How do I leave this place for good
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get banned
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>>16888483
Gotta give it the old cold bird

Who/what is the Frank Miller of /lit/?
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>>16884231
Frank Milier
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>>16884231
Alan Moore. Geddit? He is the only comic writer writing lit. Kek
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>>16884231
So far as his own stuff's concerned he owes alot to Raymond Chandler
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DUDE I JUST LOVE BADASS COMIC BOOKS THAT AREN'T JUST ABOUT GOODY TWO SHOE BOY SCOUTS! (though I read them time to time of course! lol)
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>>16884231
Emily Wilson

I hate 99.9% of anime, but there are a few select shows that I think have artistic value. Mushi-shi Is one such show. I see the underlying philosophy of Mushi-shi to be that our individual lives are ultimately just small parts of larger natural cycles and processes and that we should not work against these cycles but instead try to exist within them. sort of reminds me of Daoism. What are some good books on this?

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Anyone have any "sonder" books? Fiction or nonfiction. Looking to read something comfy.
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>>16886841
refute it then
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If by "sonder" you are looking for something like the "unwritten/unspoken intricacies of the average person's life" then read the japs
> Snow country by Kawabata
> Strange weather in Tokyo by Kawakami
instantly come to mind for me
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Yes my friend, read 'This way to the gas, ladies and gentleman' by borowski. There are a lot of Sonders featured.
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>>16885465
The Savage Detectives evokes that feeling
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>>16886688
if living a vivid and complex life qualifies non-npcness, we're all fucked seeing as we're spending our time on this website and this lame thread in particular

What are the best explanations of the Quran ? An e book link would be much appreciated.
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>>16887239
imagine the bible but worse
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>>16888253
yes he wrote "And if there comes to you from Satan an evil suggestion, then seek refuge in God. Indeed, He is the Hearing, the Knowing." 41:36

stupid ass christian bitchboy doesnt read his bible enough huh
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Explaining the quran is easy;

First came the torah

Christians rebranded the torah as the old testament and added the new testament, called the result the bible

Mo took bits from both, added some stuff, changed some pieces (virgin Mary in an oasis instead of in a stable to give birth), called the result the quran.

And whatshisname looked at all that crud and pooped out the book of mormon. (Not the musical, an actual book, with lots of old bits and a bunch of new bits; including a bit that says white skin is good, medium skinned people could become good and white, black skin is evil.)


Yes, those are in chronological order, so;
the torah is the old testament,
the bible is the newer testament,
the quran is the newerer testament,

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>>16888509
>the book of mormon is the newererestest testament ... SO FAR.
my diary is the newerest desu
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>>16887239
there's already one thread about the pedo rapist bible, please keep your shit in one place. thank you.

What is this style of lyricism called
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>>16888094
Dogshit
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bump
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neo-Descartean hard rhyming technobabble
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>>16888094
Pure, concentrated autism
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>>16888094
Boomer tries to be quirky and rap something to his students?

what should I ask him?
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>>16887479
Retard
>>16882181
Ask him to mail me a copy of women and men
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>>16884082
>muhhh pandemic
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>>16882181
So how was lunch? What did you guys ate?
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>>16888033
I ate a burger, old Jimmy there only sucked my napkins.
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>>16888033
pushed back 1 day. keep the qs coming

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>Who is in favour of abortion? No one evidently. One would have to be mad to be in favour of abortion. The problem is not to be for or against abortion but for or against its legalization.
>But this freedom of sexual intercourse for the “couple” such as it is conceived by the majority—this marvelous permissiveness towards it—who has tacitly desired it, who has tacitly promulgated it, and tacitly introduced it, so that it is now an irreversible trend in people’s habits? The consumerist power, the power of the new fascism.
When did leftists loose their minds? When did the consumerist power turn them into such deplorable coomers? Would they call Pasolini an incel for talking common sense?
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>>16882886
Pasolini was a faggot incel
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>>16882886
The first quote is one huge lie. What common sense? Man, you seem to be very stupid faggot for twisting truth.
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>>16888311
>if a kid is not your responsibility then his abortion is also not your responsibility.
This was basically how it worked in the middle ages the tradfaggots revere so much. Parents were allowed to kill their children without justifying their homicide.
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>>16886881
Keep believing your gay fairy tales
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>>16888466
Do you have any doubts about why they were fed to the lions in Rome?

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when did you realize that pop culture is all about destroying and cancelling high culture?
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>>16882038
>pop music
>best of the 20th century
I like David Bowie, but it’s not like he was pushing the envelope on what you could do with music or anything
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>>16881684
Bowie IS high culture. as in high on cocaine
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>>16887770
Dilate
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>>16881684
About 2014-16 I think, early-mid twenties.

>>16886582
I would argue that sharing 4chan posts is pop culture, posting on 4chan however is not necessarily so. It's just a form of letter writing.
Posting here is anonymous, there's limited voting in form of cringe&based, most posts are without excessive caps, pictures or layout and do not beg for attention.
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>>16881837
It's a reddit "nerd culture" word

What’s your most re-readable book?
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The Dharma Bums
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agua viva
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>>16884037
Based, such a reread-able and easy book that stays interesting even on the 3rd reading
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>>16883561
Based.
>>16885671
Cringe.
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>>16887585
That one was really comfy to read but i don't see the reason to do it twice. It's not worth it for anything but killing the time.

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>author begins a sentence with "you"
is he talking to me?
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depends, its also a way to speak in hypothetics
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It depends. Sometimes "you" is also used in the first or "fourth"-person" perspective, depending on context. You'll find this is very common among Australians and to some degree Brits.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grammatical_person#Additional_persons
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>>16888470
I prefer 'one.'
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If the author is Calvino, probably.

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I met a traveller from an antique land A
Who said: Two vast and trunkless legs of stone B
Stand in the desert. Near them, on the sand, A
Half sunk, a shattered visage lies, whose frown, B
And wrinkled lip, and sneer of cold command, A
Tell that its sculptor well those passions read C
Which yet survive, stamped on these lifeless things, D
The hand that mocked them and the heart that fed: C
And on the pedestal these words appear: E
'My name is Ozymandias, king of kings: D
Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!' E
Nothing beside remains. Round the decay F
Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare E
The lone and level sands stretch far away. F


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>>16888460
>stone
>frown (as in rhymes with thrown?)
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>>16888476
might as well add
>appear
>despair
>bair
in there. Doesnt mean their (unconventional) pronounciations arent intended to rhyme.

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I want to do a chart about the different levels of French lit. What is French exit-core? So far I'd say:
>Mallarmé - Complete Works
>Derrida - Glas
>Roussel - New Impressions of Africa
>Char - Fureur et Mystère
>Huysmans - A Rebours
>Proust - ISoLT
>Celine - Castle to castle
>Gagne - L'unitéide
>Saint-John Perse - Anabasis
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>>16887526
Thought it was just the highest quality books there were
What you read before you exit the medium (language in this case)
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>>16887198
>critically acclaimed
understatement (talking about Rebatet)
some frenchies claim he's the only one whos managed to surpass Proust
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>>16887508
interesting what is this about?
>>16887526
>No, exitcore means depressing literature. A final exit to life via a blackpill.
the term is polysemic
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>>16887588
Not enough power about the man who hated them the most though
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>>16881425
>i am an anglo and am learning x language!
no, you aren't, and no, you can't. end of story




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