what's up niggas let's see those assortments of books!!!!
>>18429192what's the point? are you trying to prove that you read shitty books? like we wouldn't believe you otherwise? fucking retard?
OP is based /thread
>>18429365just for your cringe post, i'm going to keep the thread \OPEN
I got this today I'm pretty excited to read it. I'm going in completely blind.
>>18429377It sucks, not enjoyable in the least -t. read the first 110 pages of it
>>18429192Kindle is best book ever RIGHT??????
>>18429275You sound uptight, anon.
>>18429432up your tight ass
>>18429192how’d you get those books to float on water
Is my stack cool
>>18429454wow you're one boring faggot
>>18429454>>18429460boring was the first word that came to mind 4me2
>>18429192 cringe>>18429199based>>18429223cringe>>18429263based>>18429275Based>>18429281cringe>>18429314Crased>>18429322Boost>>18429365Gay >>18429372Very based>>18429442Cunty>>18429445sodomite>>18429449based>>18429454gay
Working through the top 3 of them atm. Surprised Irving doesn't get discussed here more often. Seems up /lit/'s alley
These came in today
>>18429586The top one is Parade's End I haven't had the time today to take the stickers off yet
>>18429199based>>18429202cringe>>18429223meh>>18429263based>>18429281gonna pass on this one chief>>18429314Crised>>18429322Cringe>>18429365OP is a faggot /thread>>18429372Based>>18429442Based>>18429481Cringe>>18429490Cringe
>>18429509Oprah Winfrey what are you doing here?
rate my stack
>>18429785kek this has to be bait
>>18429454I think that's really cool anon
>>18429785I'm afraid of you. That's good.
>>18429785I bet you're really cool. 7.7787/10
>>18429987This is really cringe. Trash. Do you actually read this? Or is it a distraction from your real reading?
>>18430030Yeah just some light reads before bedtime.
>>18430035Okay that is good :)How is your mental health?
>>18430045Because I... I want you, anon. I hope you're Italian. I hope a German man rules you. I hope you like bristly facial hair over a cracked upper lip. I hope you know the smell of each borough of New York City. I hope you know who I am -- we've met, once for real. I haven't recovered.It's like His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Pabhupada says:> You are always thinking of Me. Thinking of Krsna is the essence of all yoga systems -- of the hatha, karma, jnana, bhakti or any other system of yoga, sacrifice or charity. All the recommended activities for spiritual realization end in Krsna consciousness, in thinking always of Krsna. The actual perfection of human life lies in being always Krsna conscious and always being aware of Krsna while performing all types of activities.You fight for us, work for us, eat for us, sleep for us and dedicate all activities to us. If you don't understand it is only because you think you don't understand, but that is still my fault. I touch the secret but it burns my lips. Please kiss me.
>>18430042It's okay.I spend a lot of my day programming and reading technical stuff so it's nice to just end it with something that's very easy to digest mentally. Honestly reading more before bed has pulled me more out of reality it feels. It allows my mind to just stop thinking about real problems for a little bit and to let someone just talk about something they like at me for a bit.
>>18430064damn that was gay fag
>>18430092It didn't work.... yet.>>18430095Smoochie smoochie smoochie. I can't help myself. I'm ticklish, incurably ticklish.
>>18430085Fascinating. It is soothing? I think people forget that is a fundamental truth of reading: we are letting someone talk to us. It's a block of words, but there is also a voice in there somewhere. And we are all still kids realizing that language can reach us.
>>18430123>It is soothing?Sometimes it is sometimes it isn't. If it isn't I just don't read and go to bed early.
>>18429418I agree anon I like my Kindle too
>>18429785what kind of pill is that?
>>18429454Based and Norton Reader pilled. The American lit is a good sampler, I've got the 5th edition.
>>18431149Have you got volume one?I'm considering getting it but not exactly sure what's in it, idk much about american literature either
>>18431153Somehow we both ended up in bookstores that only had Volume 2.
confessions of a midwit
>>18431192>A Little LifeHow is that?
>>18431200felt great when I was in a more depressive phase but now that I'm in a much better place in life, I can't help but hate the protagonist. On a more objective note, the people and their lives in the book are entirely unrealistic. It's just misery porn for sad cunts
>>18429192what stack? this is what i'm reading currently
Stack too big. New shelf who dis.
>>18430052>Septuagint and Communist DoctrinesWhat
>>18431048Cool stack, anon. Reminded me to get Schmitt
The Beginning of Wisdom is a hidden gem. Don't see Kass getting mentioned most places but it is a wonderful philosophical and textual analysis of Genesis that nonetheless sticks to the fairly concrete and avoids idealism.Man and His Symbols was pretty disappointing as far as Jung works go.
>>18431833bookself of a schizoid
>>18432148post of a faggot
>>18429454I like the chaucer
>>18431833fuck off this board
>>18429785Wtf is this>>18430569The niggerpill
>>18429192I am trying to act out Shakespeare's Julius Caesar by myself.Man memorizing lines is a lot harder than I thought! And I read Shakespeare's Julius Caesar a bunch of time.I also feel pretty idiotic; flailing my arms in what I know is a very cringey attempt to be all Shakespearean actor-like...
>>18431847Do not attempt to understand the contours of my mind.
>>18433405Do you have the Japanese philosophy source book?
>>18433409No. I should probably get it.
>>18429192I have never asked but what is the point of stack threads?I don' get it. Is it just some random fucking books from your collection? Are they your latest purchases? Who the fuck even stacks books that way on a shelf
>>18433429it's a very common way of saving shelf space
>>18431833Based but there's no Storm of Steel or guerrilla manuals by Che or Mao so I award you 0/10 sorry mate!
>>18433634I have digital copies of both.
I only have 100 pages of the Idiot but can't seem to bring myself to finish it.
>>18434285Good for you anon, that's a great read. I hope you finish it up, but do it at a pace that's good for you! The more you read, the more mature of a reader you become.I've never seen that Deleuze book before, what do you think about it? I'd love to consider Deleuze's input in Kant.
This is my stack for the summer. There's also some nonfiction online I am reading, mostly literary theory, but these are the poetry collections and novels I am reading. >>18429192Cringe>>18429377Based>>18429454Based AF>>18429509Fine. Not based or cringe. In the middle>>18429586Based, but mostly because of Dante>>18429785Kek. Enjoy what you like, I guess>>18429987Meh>>18430052Never heard of these. So no opinion.>>18431048Based>>18431192Meh>>18431285Kek>>18431833Kek>>18432091Not bad>>18433405Not bad>>18434285Based. Good balance of fiction and philosophy.
>>18434285If you finish it, I'll suck your cock.
>>18434285What is the purpose of reading fiction? What do you get out of it?
>>18429586Sand County Almanac will forever hold a place in my heart. For more Leopold essays that are organised in chronological and give a great gloss over his life in through his works look into The River of the Mother of God.
>>18434349Thanks bro this is motivating >>18435717Reading it feels like a dream sometimes especially with the books I have in the stack. There are so many rich descriptions, even throwaway sentences activate my imagination. I draw better when I read more good fiction
>>18430085>and to let someone just talk about something they like at me for a bit.It feels niceI think that's also the reason why I was addicted to autismo type videos on youtube once upon a time
>>18429586Based environmental bro. One love man.
>>18430030Hells Angels by HST is a masterpiece in journalism my man.
>>18434000Ok you are redeemed (y)