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Are there any book reviewers or channels that discuss classic lit that aren't soft-skinned, gentle-spoken effeminate men? Or moderately overweight, suspiciously energetic 30-something women?

I'm not looking for Jocko or anything cringy or hyper-masculine. But somebody who may be considered blue-collar and have some real world experience?
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>>18701102
start with the sumerians
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>>18701102
What you want is a bad boy, a real rebel of literature.
I recommend Walden, R.C.
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>>18701872
Shhh too extreme don't let the jannies see that name
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