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>list last five books you read
>anons try to guess which kind of person you are

>> No.7812179

The razors edge
The once and future king
The man in the high castle
Infinite jest

>> No.7812185

Crime and Punishment
The Shadow of the Torturer
Notes From the Underground
When Breath Becomes Air
Infinite Jest

>> No.7812190


The Swan Book
From Hell
V for Vendetta
Lady Snowblood (v. 1 - 4)
The Book of the New Sun

I felt like trying out graphic novels for a change

>> No.7812195


the abolition of work
the wind-up bird chronicle
the liberal imagination
the four quartets
the plot against america

>> No.7812198


Old man and the sea
The sun also rises
Lord of the Rings 1st book
The Bell Jar
Gravity's rainbow, but I got like 300 pages in and lost interest
Really enjoyed the crying of lot 49 though

>> No.7812199

man i don't even remember

>> No.7812202

Goodreads is your friend.

>> No.7812206

>Chekhov Short Stories
>The Cossacks
>The Peloponnesian War
>Accalam Na Senorach

>> No.7812209

Why are all these kids reading high-brow stuff at their age? They're not old enough to digest it properly, seems a bit pretentious t b h

>> No.7812212


>The Stranger by Albert Camus
>The Tunnel by Ernest Sabato
>Lucky Jim by Kingsley Amis
>I Served the King of England by Bohumil Hrabal
>On the Road by Jack Kerouac

>> No.7812217

>brainlet detected

>> No.7812218

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
Dead Souls
Notes From the Underground
Heart of Darkness

>> No.7812227
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The Things They Carried
Here, Bullet
A Good Man is Hard to Find

>> No.7812228


Anna Karenina
Man and His Symbols
The Epic of Gilgamesh
My Name is Asher Lev

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>tfw you realize you are too old to be on 4chan

God bless you younger folks though, honestly, keep on reading.

>> No.7812242

Platon- gesamelte werke
Kant-Kritik der praktischen Vernunft
Burroughs-Cities of the Red Night
Sartre- Los intelectuales y la política

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The Flame Alphabet
Casino Royale
The Instructions

>> No.7812253

>he takes memes like start with the Greeks seriously

>Mason & Dixon
>The Broom of the System
>Finnegans Wake
>White Noise
>The Brooklyn Follies

>> No.7812257

Wittgenstein: the duty of genius
The Varities of Religious Experience
The Poetics of Space
Collected poems of Hart Crane
The Aleph and other stories

>> No.7812267

Freshman in uni, has friends that aren't big readers, "hip" maybe
What people here would call "reddit" but I don't see that as a terrible thing. Still, could be better
Another uni freshman, probably a typical 4channer
Just getting into literature, not bad

I find it's really hard to judge people based on book taste. I know cool people that don't read much and people that read good stuff and are insufferable. Easier to judge based on music and fine art taste desu.
Five Women, Musil
Parallel Stories, Nàdas
Stella, Bergeaud
A Brief History of Seven Killings, James
The Insufferable Gaucho, Bolaño

>> No.7812270

>anyone reading Greek literature is just following a /lit/ meme

How was Mason and Dixon though?

>> No.7812272

I haven't finished a single book this year. The hell is wrong with me.

>> No.7812277

Similar here.

I've read like 3 regular size books and 5 short stories.

Need to get back into the swing of things a bit. It's not a race though desu.

>> No.7812279

>Linguistics For Dummies, Kafka's short stories collection, Inheriting the Revolution, Theory of the Avant-Garde, Course in General Linguistics

>> No.7812282

I never really understand what 'reddit' means as a description of someone or their tastes

>> No.7812286

Literal meme person.

>i'm still trying to find myself


In search of lost time.

Reads whatever's recommended on /lit/


Are you a girl?

Cool dude.

>> No.7812287

>all these posters and only one who's judged anybody

>> No.7812289

reddit is the boogeyman

>> No.7812297

Gommie with a meme degree.

Walt Whitman: The Making of the poet
Castle of Days
Either/Or Part A
Paradise Lost

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>abolition of work

>> No.7812300

It means that they like things that are praised on subs like r/books, which is filled with teenage girls and 16-19 year old 2smart4u fedora tippers.
Like I said, I don't really buy into it. I browse subs such as r/literature (it's slow as fuck and, like /lit/, only sometimes has gems), r/askliterarystudies, r/academicphilosophy, and a number of others. I was merely saying what was going to be brought up anyway, given this thread operates as intended.

>> No.7812302

at least you're reading good comics

>> No.7812304

Depressed college student

Lazy and go-with-the-flow. Cool to hang out but doesn't say much.

College student majoring in something other than the humanities, reads on occasion, finds it fun but doesn't derive anything innate from it

Depressed and estranged guy working a dead-end job he hates

Has strange fetishes, awkward in public but normal on the net. Single.

College student, years for something bigger than his university but will have trouble finding it

>> No.7812305


The World as Will and Representation
On the fourfold root of the Principle of Suifficient Reason
On the Will in nature
On the freedom of the will
Parerga and Paralipomena

>> No.7812310

>A History of Western Philosophy
>The Brothers Karamazov
>My Struggle, Book 1

>> No.7812312


South of No North
White Noise
The Picture of Dorian Gray

>> No.7812313

>Reads whatever's recommended on /lit/

Funnily enough I didn't read any of those books because they were recommended here, but I am currently reading 'Mythology' by Edith Hamilton which I came across through the chart on reading the Greeks.

So you're half right, I guess.

>> No.7812314


-The Hour of the Star (Clarisse Linspector)
-An Apprenticeship or The Book of Pleasures(Clarisse Linspector)
-Prometeus Rising(Robert Anton Wilson)
-The kybalion
-Three Books of Occult Philosophy, or of
Magick(Henry Cornelius Agrippa)

>> No.7812317


>> No.7812321

Ah shit, actually it's -Dubliners and +The Republic

>> No.7812322


It may not be a race but I do think it reflects the greater stagnation that I am currently going through.

I also don't do any of my self study, which I really need to do, don't look for work when the rent is due, don't go outside but to drink.

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>If on winters night a traveler
>The Metamorphosis: And Other Stories
>Girl With Curious Hair
>The Savage Detectives

>> No.7812326

Take some Ashwahgandha and Modafinil lad

>> No.7812327

Orlando- Woolf
Norwegian Wood- Murakami
Tortilla Flat- Steinbeck
Ward 6 and other Short Stories- Chekhov
Glass Bead Game- Hesse

>> No.7812329

25, my mistake.

>> No.7812330

Napoleon by Andrew Roberts
The Possibility of an Island by Houellebecq
Savage Continent by Keith Lowe
Teatro Grottesco by Thomas Ligotti
Hogg by Samuel Delany

>> No.7812332

Just beginning to get back into reading so most of these are going to be stuff I'm starting or in the process of finishing.

The Old Man and the Sea
The Rape of Nanking
Twilight of The Idols
Youth in Revolt

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-Brave New World
-A Clockwork Orange
-Doctor Glas
-Tuesday's with Morrie - School

>> No.7812338


I'll grab some meds and what not once I've arranged myself some free healthcare, should be soon.

Can't afford alternative medicine.

>> No.7812339

Gogol's short stories
History of Madness
Critique of Pure Reason
Don Quixote
Letter to the Father

>> No.7812342

far tortuga
the corpus hermeticum
the masnavi
dreams by jung

>> No.7812348

Ashwagandha costs like £10 for a months worth fella

>> No.7812349

If they're 18 and posting here they most likely are.

Mason & Dixon was fun and definitely closer to vintage Pinecone than Vineland/Inherent Vice/Bleeding Edge, but I didn't think it was his best like a lot of people seem to. Gravity's Rainbow is still my favorite followed by V.

>> No.7812358

Heart of Darkness
"First Love and other Novellas"- Samuel Beckket
A Short History of Decay

>> No.7812362

im 20

>> No.7812365

>David Foster Wallace - Infinite Jest
>Bernhard Schlink - Flights of Love
>Graham Greene - Monsignor Quixote
>J.G. Ballard - Crash
>Cecily Cox - Latitude Thirty Seven South/Short Stories

>> No.7812366


The street of crocodiles - Bruno Schulz
Stories - Breece dj Pancake
The Killer Inside Me - Jim Thompson
Submission - Houellebecq
Time and the Gods - Lord Dunsany

>> No.7812373
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master and margarita
confessions of an english opium eater
journey to the end of the night
franny and zooey
flaubert's youth

>> No.7812380

Stacking your goodreads profile by reading short work.

>> No.7812382

World as will and representation
The metaphysical poets
Martin Eden
General theory of employment interest and money Keynes
Book of disquiet

>> No.7812383

The Forth Political Theory
Flowers for Algernon
Notes from the Underground
In Praise of Shadows
Tinker Tailer Soldier Spy

>> No.7812395

Age 27

Babel-17 by Samuel Delany
Much Ado About Nothing by Shakespeare,
The Age of Faith by Will Durant,
Commentaries on the Gallic Wars by Julius Caesar (inb4 corn father)
The Crossing by Cormac McCarthy

>> No.7812400

>As I Lay Dying
>Things Fall Apart
>A Farewell to Arms
>If Upon A Winter's Night A Traveler..

>> No.7812401


Narcissus and Goldmund
Shadow & Claw
The Complete Cosmicomics
Billy Budd and Other Stories

>> No.7812405

26 y/o

lies inc. - philip k dick
ghost town - robert coover
daybreak - joan baez
the religion of technology - david f noble
the real frank zappa book - frank zappa
currently (re-re-re)reading ulysses

>> No.7812412
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Process and Reality
Experience and Nature
Being and Time
Complete Works of Montaigne (Frame translation)
With My Dog Eyes

>> No.7812415

19 years old
1. 2001 : A Space Odyssey
2. The Trouble With Being Born
3. Naked Lunch
4. 2666
5. Adventures in Immediate Irreality

>> No.7812417

not found his course yet
absolute patricianno tier

St. Augustine's De Civitate Dei
Hyperion by Dan Simmons
Parts of History of Rise and Fall..
The Gallic War

>> No.7812430


M&D>GR>V>TCoL49>BE>ATD>IV>Vineland (kek) >SL

>> No.7812435


Brave New World
Childhood's end
Polybius Book I and II
Livy's early history of Rome
On Free Choice of the Will
Livy's early history of Rome

>> No.7812441

GR = L49 = V >>>>>>> M&D > Vineland > ATD > IV > BE

>> No.7812443

Look to Windward
The Art of War
The Word for World is Forest
The Days of Abandonment

>> No.7812450


That's not bad, mate, but I've only €20 to my name, will have a gander in the chemists tomorrow though.

>> No.7812456


Ask The Dust
The Stranger
Notes from Underground
The Corrections
The Crying of lot 49

>> No.7812469
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Genealogy of Morals
Collected Works of Keats
Collected Works of Milton
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep
The King of Elfland's Daughter

>> No.7812476

Age 27
Memories of my melancholy whores
Crying of lot 49
Old man and the sea

>> No.7812477


>> No.7812481

Consistent reader, you tend to go through books at a steady rate. Generally read works you've heard of from /lit/, you are a bit of a social recluse although not by social anxiety but rather social apathy

>> No.7812484
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no one is over the age of 30

>> No.7812487

eclectic genius

>> No.7812490

>The Tragedy of Great Power Politics
>The Crying of Lot 49
>I Remember (Perec)
>Conventional Deterrence

>> No.7812497

Confession of a Mask, Yukio Mishima
The Invincible, Stanislaw Lem
Solaris, Stanislaw Lem
The Sailor who Fell From Grace with the Sea, Yukio Mishima
The Wave, Virginia Woolf

>> No.7812502 [DELETED] 

>inb4 age b8
East of eden
The Bible
Infinite Jest
The mediations of Marcus Aurelius

>> No.7812506

>The Condition of Postmodernity - David Harvey
>Self and Modernity - Anthony Giddens (it was shit)
>Consumption and the Globalization Project - Edward Comor
>The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life - Goffman (it was shit)
>Colonialism and Neo-Colonialism - Sartre (it was better than Camus' writings on coloniamism)

>> No.7812508


Lectures on the Sacred Poetry of the Hebrews (Lowth)
Sense of an Ending (Kermode)
Philosophical Enquiry (Burke)
The Architectural Uncanny (Vidler)
Slowly Downward (Donwood)

>> No.7812519

The Testament of Gideon Mack
The Fall
Demons - Dostoyevsky
The Notebook of Malte Laurids Brigge
The Cantos of Ezra Pound

>> No.7812528
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>Art Nouveau posters by Michael Robinson
>Utagawa Kuniyoshi : the sixty-nine stations of the Kisokaidō
>Goddess wisdom : Aphrodite, Artemis, Athena by Manuela Dunn-Mascetti
>Japanese woodblocks by Michael Robinson
>On seashore far a green oak towers : a book of tales by O. Korovin

>inb4 "weeaboo"

>> No.7812534

>I'm smarter than those swag-fags, enlightened atheist, social outcast, fedora-tier


>> No.7812536

Posted six times. One reply.
These threads are funny. Nearly as bad as the IQ and SAT score threads.

>> No.7812540

a jap or a weeaboo

>> No.7812545
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Sophocles plays
Popol vuh
Notes from the underground
And the there where none
Planet of Exile

>> No.7812555

Started browsing 4chan a few months ago. Probably very immature for your age... You'd probably like a confederacy of dunces.
I bet you browse /fit/ but can't handle how retarded they are. You probably do bjj or mma too
The greatest genius of your generation
Very serious person
A good father/mother

>> No.7812557 [DELETED] 

The Brothers Karamazov
Storm of Steel
Parallel Lives
The History of the Peloponnesian War
Crime and Punishment

>> No.7812562

Beyond Good and Evil
The Little Prince
The Master Switch
Ghost in the Wires

>> No.7812567

The Crying of Lot 49
Brave New World
Use of Weapons (Culture, #3)
Man's Search for Meaning
Practical Vim: Edit Text at the Speed of Thought

>> No.7812575
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The Death of Ivan Ilych
Making Sense of Heidegger: A Paradigm Shift
Hermetica: The Greek Corpus Hermeticum
After Man: A Zoology of the Future
A Hero of Our Time

>> No.7812578

- 1984 by orwell probably in 2013
- animal farm by orwell probably in 2013
- something by divaldo franco, can't remember the title probably in 2015
- the politically incorrect guide to the history of brazil by leandro narloch

>> No.7812579

Mein gott pure ideology!

>> No.7812580

>>>7812508 #
>A good father/mother

Much appreciated, anon.

>> No.7812584

Animal Farm
The Stranger
The Color Purple
As I Lay Dying
Malcolm X biography

>> No.7812597


how the fuck do you remember which last 5 books you read?

I'll try


The Human Condition - H. Arendt
Crime & Punishment - F. Dostoyevsky
Wittgenstein's poker - some unknown guy
History of Sexuality - M. Foucault
Abnormal Lectures - M. Foucault

>> No.7812605


Slow in the minds

>> No.7812610

>Slow in the minds
you're correct.

>> No.7812612

Slaughterhouse Five
No Country for Old Men
Cat's Cradle
Notes from Underground
Crime and Punishment

>> No.7812617

youngish ball of meat
>Shake says books are of the devil and the tv is twice as fast

>> No.7812621

hello plebbit!

>> No.7812623

Brothers Karamazov
Man's Search for Meaning
No Longer Human
Notes from the Underground

>> No.7812629

Brothers Karamazov
The Divers Clothes Lie Empty - Vendela Vida
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Breakfast of Champions
Zone of Interest - Martin Amis

>> No.7812631
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>tfw you realize faggot is just a social construct

>> No.7812636

Oh and I'm 20

>> No.7812638

The kindly ones
The Sun also rises
America by kafka
Crime and punishment

>> No.7812640


Gulliver's Travels, Swift
Swann's Way, Proust
The Face of Another, Abe
Quicksand, Tanizaki
Naomi, Tanizaki

>> No.7812644


The hero with a thousand faces
The web and the rock
The crying of lot 49

>> No.7812653

Would probably have a beer or two with you

>> No.7812655
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>ratman's notebooks
>the last unicorn
>the welcome to nightvale book
>the scarlet pimpernel
>stephen king's IT
i'm a scrub i know

>> No.7812670

Catch 22
The Sound and the Fury
The Communist Manifesto
Blood Meridian
No Country for Old Men

>> No.7812677

The Alchemist
Flow my tears the Policeman said
Invisible monsters
Galactic pot healer
Gravitys rainbow

>> No.7812682

Oh and I'm 24

>> No.7812686

>list last five books you read
Hermann Hesse - Narcissus and Goldmund
Hermann Hesse - Steppenwolf
Hermann Hesse - Demian
Hermann Hesse - Siddhartha
Albert Camus - Exile and the Kingdom

>> No.7812690

London Fields
Flashman in The Great Game
The Golden Bough

>> No.7812698


Dracula, Bram Stoker
Mythology, Edith Hamilton
Do androids dream of electric sheep, Philip K. Dick
The myth of Sysiphus, Camus
Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand

>> No.7812703


American Psycho
Invisible Man
The Portrait of Dorian Grey
Catch 22

Please don't shit on me, I don't plan on posting shit here until I feel like I'm more well read

>> No.7812705


Harry Potter #1
Moby Dick
Post office
A Clockwork Orange

>> No.7812706

>The Great Shark Hunt
>Shadow over Innsmouth
>The Dunwich Horror
>The Road
>Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream

>> No.7812712

Keep on truckin', kiddo

>> No.7812720
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The Metal Monster
Red Mars
various Horus Heresy books
The Imago Sequence

>> No.7812723

Inland by G. Murnane
An Episode in the Life of a Landscape Painter by C. Aira
The Book of Disquiet by F. Pessoa
Ghosts by C. Aira
Wittgenstein's Nephew by T. Bernhard

>fuck my shit up, /lit/

>> No.7812724

How'd you like Bolaño's stories, especially the title one and the rat detective one?

>> No.7812739

7/10 would mock Graham McNeil with

>> No.7812741



1) The Sufis (Idries Shah)
2) Order of the Sanguines #1: The Blood Gospel ( James Rollins/Rebecca Cantrell)
3) Be Love Now ( Ram Dass)
4) The Last Sin Eater ( Ross Heaven)
5) Extracts from Adams Diary (Mark Twain)

>> No.7812742

A Farewell To Arms
Book of Basketball
Blood Meridian
Slapstick (Vonnegut)


>> No.7812747

What WAS Ram Dass like?

>> No.7812758

>atlas shrugged

How did you think of it?

>> No.7812759

The Piano Tuner
The Silmarillion
The Picture of Dorian Gray
The Children of Húrin
Les Misérables

>> No.7812763


The Book of Disquiet - Pessoa
Other Losses - Bacque
Submission - Houellebecq
Discourses on Livy - Macchiavelli
The Decameron - Boccaccio

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>tfw don't know half of the books of the books posted
>tfw know way less

>> No.7812773

hi potato

>> No.7812784

Houellebecq - Elementary Particles
John Waters - Carsick
Celine - Journey to the end of the night
Oliver Sacks - The man who mistook his wife for a hat
Franzen - Freedom

>> No.7812785

I enjoyed it and would recommend. I found it highly moving and would contemplate some things he said for days.

>> No.7812787
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pic related

>> No.7812791

Awesome. Thank you.

>> No.7812796

tryhard to be friends with everyone

>> No.7812803

20, 21 in two days
William Burroughs - The Naked Lunch
Jack Kerouac - Dharma Bums
Hunter S. Thompson - Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail '72
China Mieville - Perdido Street Station
Haruki Murakami - Wind-Up Bird Chronicle

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we'd be brose i know it

you fancy yourself as intelligent

hmm, i think you like hermann hesse

you are a poor american, poor background at least

a weeb

likes to round up

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>> No.7812824

Pandora By Holly Hollander
The Woman in the Dunes
Stations of the Tide
All the Pretty Horses
Invisible Cities

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>Naive. Super - Loe
>A Madman Dreams of Turing Machines - Levin
>Manhattan Transfer - Dos Passos
>The Man Who Mistook his Wife for a Hat - Sacks
>The Vintage Book of Contemporary American Poetry

>> No.7812829

Oven Ready Chaos
Liber Null and Psychonaut
A Room of One's Own
Application's of No Limit Hold 'em: Theory and Practice
Sixth World Almanac

last five real books (lol)

A Room of One's Own
Rashomon and other stories
Seven Sermons to the Dead
The Analects
Myths to Live By

>> No.7812831

This bitch had the weirdest face

>> No.7812835

Thomas Bernhard- Extinciton
Thomas Bernhard- Frost
Jose Rizal- Noli Me Tangere
Joseph Conrad- Youth
Cervantes- Don Quixote

>> No.7812837

I respectfully disagree, faggot

>> No.7812845

The Recognitions-Gaddis
Agape Agape-Gaddis
The Savage Detectives-Bolano
Infinite Jest-DFW

>> No.7812849


Oh, and I'm 27

>> No.7812853

At the mountains of madness
Underground notes
King Solomon's mines
Brothers Karamazov
On the suffering of the world

>> No.7812858

Forgot, i'm 18

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Wears a lot of black and mutters to himself

Misanthrope. Figures he can change the world once his writing is published

A girl once told you she liked Howl and you saw to it that you'd plow through the Beats to seem cultivated.

>Mason & Dixon - Pinecone
>My Idea of Fun - Self
>Trouble in Paradise - Zizek
>Journal of Albion Moonlight - Patchen
>Mao II - Delillo

>> No.7812863

You're the type of person who posts Bacall to show people how interesting your taste is. Your opinion is shit.

>> No.7812868

how did you like albion moonlight?, i've been tossing the idea of reading it around

>> No.7812870

>mfw that wasn't even me(i made the list)
i posted bacall cause shes attractive

>> No.7812872

>A girl once told you she liked Howl and you saw to it that you'd plow through the Beats to seem cultivated.
almost accurate
I did get an interest in the beats though and I do plan on making my way through their catalog so i can eventually teach a course on them

>> No.7812876

I undertand why people bash it, but wasn´t that bad either.

>> No.7812877

Pretty accurate grew up in one of the poorest white areas in America

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I actually didn't post it. More of a Brie man, myself.

>> No.7812882

A Scanner Darkly
Revolt against the modern world
Politics of Aristotle
Moby Dick

My Knopf published Dubliners came in today, so that's next.

>> No.7812883

The Nutcracker and the Mouse King - Hoffmann
The Sandman - Hoffmann
The Golden Pot - Hoffmann
The Golem - Meyrink
Dracula - Stoker

>> No.7812885

Loved it. Beautiful weird and chaotic. I dog earr'd plenty of the pages because of some wonderful passages within them.

>> No.7812889

I do that too!

>> No.7812899

welp. guess you decided it for me then

>> No.7812911

enjoy it anon, you're in for a helluva ride

>> No.7812920

Stephen King's On Writing (didn't agree with most of his advice but the book is worth reading)
Count of Monte Cristo
Pale Fire
A Good Man is Hard to Find and other stories

>> No.7812922

Pale Fire
Crying of Lot 49
Naked Lunch


>> No.7812925


>> No.7812939

You went through an LSD phase

>> No.7812943

You have red hair.

>> No.7812947

An introductory work on Jacques Lacan by Frederick Scott Lee
The Iliad
As I lay Dying
The Portrait of Dorian Gray
Confessions of St Augustine

Curious about jews?

I feel like we're alike and you've also got a thirst for philosophy

>> No.7812959

I don't but thanks.

>> No.7812961

Vanity of Duluoz – Jack Kerouac

Nexus – Henry Miller

War and Peace and War, the rise and fall of empires – Peter Turchin

The Crying of Lot 49 – Thomas Pynchon

Inferno – August Strindberg

>> No.7812963

round down actually senpai 19 soon

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>> No.7812974

White Noise - Don DeLillo
Gravity's Rainbow - Thomas Pynchon
Libra - Don DeLillo
The Insufferable Gaucho - Roberto Bolano
Under the Jaguar Sun - Italo Calvino

>> No.7812975

>Collected Works of Keats
>Collected Works of Milton

>>likes to round up

>> No.7812977

And I'm 22.

>> No.7812979


Cold Blood (Truman Capote)
Tropic of Cancer
Atlas shrugged
Justine (Sade)

>> No.7812988

since you didn't include age, I guess 18. as your favorite books, you choose the lesser-known works by well-known authors, in order to make your taste seem unique; however, you haven't learned yet to choose the lesser-known books that are actually good. (in fact, you chose the worst ones.) lower-middle-class white normie with hipster tendencies, want to be seen as intelligent because that's all you have going for you right now. not in college but intend to go.

>> No.7812989


how old art thou, friend?

>> No.7812990

You sound like a randy boy.

>> No.7812996

Giggity, he whispered

>> No.7812997

Pretty accurate even though these aren't my favorite books just the ones I have most recently read.
also i'm twenty but otherwise pretty spot on

>> No.7813002


Ada, or ardor
Landscape in Concrete
The Old Curiosity Shop

>> No.7813008

i mean, you've just described 90% of /lit/

>> No.7813012

art thou wizard?

>> No.7813014


The Elementary Particles - Houellebecq
Hunger - Hamsun
On Overgrown Paths - Hamsun
2666 - Bolano
Bag of Bones - King

>> No.7813016

didn't realise you knew every person here individually

>> No.7813029


I'll Take My Stand
The Worldly Philosophers
Leaves of Grass
Fire and Blood: a History of Mexico

>> No.7813042

The Metamorphosis
The Divine Comedy

>> No.7813051

American. Trump supporter. Work in the trades and acquired an interest in literature after already starting on your career path.
qt grill. Doesn't go out much but does kinky sexual roleplaying on chat clients.
Has no one to discuss books with irl so you read everything /lit/ reads just to talk about books.
Neo-conservative. Spends more time on /pol/ than what is good for anyone.

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I'd suck your cock.

>> No.7813054

Haunted, Chuck Palanhiuk
Moving Pictures, Terry Pratchett
Brave New World, Aldous Huxley
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Hunter Thompson
Miles, Mutants and Masterminds, Lois McMaster Bujold

>> No.7813057

>most recently read
shit, I forgot that's what OP's prompt was. glad I got most of it right though. your list looks like what I was reading at 18-20, so I just projected in order to guess.

and although Vanity of Duluoz is definitely the least enjoyable Kerouac, it's good you didn't stop at OTR. read Visions of Cody next (his best book), if you haven't already.

>> No.7813059


You're a pathetic degenerate waste of flesh too passive and useless even to kill yourself. You make constant excuses for your shitty life, like being overmedicated as a kid or sent to an alternative school run by transphobic fundamentalists by an overbearing mother. Lately you had a psychotic break, which you want to blame on your shitty childhood, when really it just represents the final collapse of your discipline. Remember that discipline you used to have, when you were trying to prove them all wrong? It bled away day by day as soon as you resolved to "transition"; and into what? A misshapen lump, a grotesque distribution of too much fat over the stocky bones you earned from your the misguided athleticism you used as an escape. You lost even your faith in reason, the last thing keeping you arguably human, and now you're "studying" "magick". And why is that? Because you fell in love with a voice in your head? A voice that told you exactly what you are, no less: stupid, pathetic, worthless, useless, disgusting. And then that voice went away, and so you're reading about Mindforms and Holy Guardian Angels to try to get her back, but you know you won't, because you know the real reason she's gone is because she was you. The last remnants of everything strong and capable and beautiful, and she's dead now, and you killed her, and now you should kill yourself if you have an ounce of true love for anything she represented but oh wait, genuine love was part of her now wasn't it. Get fucked.

>> No.7813073

-The Origin of Life by Oparin
-Animal Farm
-Discourse on the Method
-Meditations on First Philosophy

>> No.7813086

my bad, before Haunted I read the "Manifeste pour la réhabilitation du Pavillon des Poids et Mesures", Gérard Berry

>> No.7813092

You've stolen a thing once.

You feel very alone sometimes

I'll be 21 in THREE days lol
you put either a little too much or no stock in the spirituality of drugs

i wonder if you're a slow reader

>> No.7813095

You're a total pantywetter

>> No.7813099

Has spent enough time on /lit/ to read most of the major meme works, and is now moving on to less mentioned but still popular ones.
Lonely and depressed. Longing back to your childhood.
Kind of weird in a mildly autistic socialist way. Wears dotted clothing.
Has his shit together by mosts standards, but is mildly depressed, questioning whether this is all life has to offer.
Wants to do drugs but don't have connections or balls to do anything harder than weed.
Wants a normal life with a wife and a family but refuses to settle for the average western cumslut.

>> No.7813121

City of God (lins)
The Virgin suicides
Never let me go
Journey to the end of night

>> No.7813125


>In Patagonia - Bruce Chatwin
>Good-Bye to All That - Robert Graves
>Meditations - Marcus Aurelius
>The Crying of Lot 49 - Thomas Pynchon
>Phaedrus - Plato

>> No.7813130

>Kind of weird in a mildly autistic socialist way.
good one

>> No.7813135


I read mostly engineering related textbooks, but I'll list the last 5 non-textbooks instead.


Stalin Biography
Black Mass by John Gray
Benjamin Franklins autobiography
Alexander the Great biography
Marcus Aurelius Meditations

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The Forever War, Dexter Filkins

Unwelcome Words, Paul Bowles

Outer Dark, Cormac Mcarthy

Humbolt's Gift, Saul Bellow

Xeelee; Endurance, Stephen Baxter

>> No.7813142

>complains of meme
>reads Finnegan's Wake in a non-academic setting.

Starting with the Greeks is legit. St. Augustine, Hobbes, Moore and the Bible are musts as well.

>> No.7813143

The Sailor who fell from Grace with the Sea
The Temple of the Golden Pavilion
After the Banquet
Thirst for Love
Forbidden Colours

>> No.7813154

ultra fag

>> No.7813155

The Magician of Lublin by Isaac Bashevis Singer
Rebellion by Joseph Roth
Babaouo by Salvador Dalí
Tales of the Unexpected by Roald Dahl
Foucault by Gilles Deleuze

>> No.7813167

.">>7812824 #
Has his shit together by mosts standards, but is mildly depressed, questioning whether this is all life has to offer."

You have no idea how right you are.

>> No.7813168

we are Anonymous

we are Legion

>> No.7813176

Storm of Steel by Junger
Islands in the Stream by Hemingway
Rough Joys, and other themes from a life lived under the open sky (essay collection) by Zapffe
Annapurna by Herzog
An Enemy of the People by Ibsen

>> No.7813182

come off it, darling.

>> No.7813190

As I lay Dying
The Odyssey
House of Leaves
The Illiad

>> No.7813206


Infinite Jest
Invisible Cities
No Exit
Great Gatsby
Ain't No Makin' It

>> No.7813209


The sound and the fury
Moby Dick
Leaves of Grass
Sitt-Marie Rose

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End the Fed
American Communism and Soviet Russia
The Magical Chorus
Leo Tolstoy

>> No.7813228

you feel constricted by modern life and wish you could be more of a outdoor adventurer kind of guy

all of you seem like the same kind of guy, high school senior / 1st year college students trying to "catch up", but taking /lit/ too seriously for recs


Sabato - La Resistencia
Calvino - Castle of Crossed Destinies
Danielewski - House of Leaves
Blake - Jerusalem
Pappini - GOG

>> No.7813236

The Clown - Böll
Germinal - Zola
1934 - Moravia
The Cherry Orchard - Chekhov
Waiting for Godot - Beckett

>> No.7813246


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> you feel constricted by modern life and wish you could be more of a outdoor adventurer kind of guy
you have no idea ;_;

>> No.7813263

Crime and Punishment
Bernard Cornwell's Waterloo
Catherine the Great and Potemkin
Go Set A Watchman
Not For Turning

>> No.7813279

Selected Poems - Cesar Vallejo
The Singularity is Near - Ray Kurzweil
The Double Dream of Spring - John Ashbery
The Storm & Other Poems - Eugenio Montale
Selected Poems - Octavio Paz

>> No.7813281


1984 (again)
The Remains of the Day
A Grief Observed
The Plague
Blood Meridian

>> No.7813282


>the brothers karamazov
>st Augustine's confessions
>war and peace
>after Tamerlane
>the idiot

>> No.7813288

I've been hankerin for some precocious Jewish action but the physical copy of The Instructions is so goddamn unwieldy I can't ever bring myself to start it.

>> No.7813291

University graduate, employed in largeish business, insular and isolated from his co-workers

>> No.7813377


Creation, by Gore Vidal
Hunters, Herders, and Hamburgers: The Past and Future of Human-Animal Relationships
The Travels of Ibn Battuta
What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, 1815–1848
The Complete Poems, by Keats

>> No.7813380

The Eye of the World
The Great Hunt
The Dragon Reborn
The Shadow Rising
The Fires of Heaven

Almost 21

>> No.7813406


>Trump supporter

Kasich, actually. But otherwise correct.

>> No.7813407

Was a fedora-tipping leftist during mid-teens but is growing increasingly more right-wing. Trying to decide between catholicism and the orthodox church.
English student. Bored with everything. Masturbates a lot.
High intelligence. Reads deeply into things to the point of ridiculous over-analyzing.
History student wanting to go into academia. Rants on random minutiae from European history when drinking.
Really loves literature. Determined to get an understanding on how it has developed in and influenced the west.
The kind of guy that is wicked smart and has read "everything". When someone thinks they're about to tell you about some obscure piece of algerian goat herders wives tales collection or something you'll likely already have read it and be able to expand upon what they know.

>> No.7813416

-The Everlasting Man
-The Turn of the Screw
-Evola's "Big 3" (Will count them as one for easier generalization
-Heretics and Orthodoxy

>> No.7813436


Selected Dialogues - Lucian
Lysistrata and other plays - Aristophanes
The Odyssey - Homer
The Histories - Herodotus
The Hero With a Thousand Faces - Campbell

>> No.7813454


Fanged Noumena, Nick Land
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, JK Rowling
The Hero with a Thousand Faces, Joseph Campbell
City of God, Augustine
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (volume 2), Edward Gibbon

tho tbf it was more like Fanged Noumena read me

>> No.7813456


>> No.7813464

th-thanks senpai, I'm flattered
my best friend told me it's accurate though

>> No.7813469

The Odyssey (Fitzgerald translation)
Gravity's Rainbow
The Iliad (Butler translation)

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Godel, Escher, Bach
Jonathan Livingston Seagull
Metamagical Themas
The Sirens of Titan

>> No.7813507


Foundation Trilogy
The Name of the Wind
The Wise Man's Fears
Sharp Object

>> No.7813512


Crime and Punishment
American Psycho
Brave New World

>> No.7813532

You enjoy your guilty pleasures
Catching up on your /lit/core same as me and half of the posters ITT it seems

>> No.7813541


The Conspiracy Against the Human Race
The Little Prince
Manual for a fridge
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th Edition: DSM-5

>> No.7813547


-Savage detectives
-Microcosmos, lynn margulis
-Leaves of grass
-The seven madmen, Roberto arlt
-The apology

>> No.7813577

sun also rises
the trial
big sur
call me burroughs: a life
nova express

rate me plz

>> No.7813583


>> No.7813603


The Gambler
Crime and Punishment
The Idiot
Notes from Underground
The Brothers Karamazov

>> No.7813607


Jerusalem Delivered
De Bono Coniugali and De Sancat Virginitate
The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit
Leftism From de Sade and Marx to Hitler and Marcuse
33 Strategies of War

>> No.7813623

/pol/ friend learning the tactics of the Jews, future brother in arms when the revolution starts.

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you're off to a good start. I started reading Burroughs at 19 and knew I'd found my guy.

>> No.7813751


Pretty much senpai

>> No.7813762

The Myth of Sisyphus
Thus Spoke Zarathustra
Sickness Unto Death
Fear and Trembling
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

>> No.7813773

A /lit/izen and so called aspiring intellectual

>starting with most recent,
>The Big Nowhere
>Your Heart Belongs to Me
>The Ocean at the End of the Lane
>The Strange Library

>> No.7813788

Winesburg Ohio - Anderson
Death and the Dervish - Selimovic
The Maimed - Ungar
The Return - Bolano
Hour of the Star - Lispector

>> No.7813868

Haha I'm actually a politics and policy student dude, and I want to join the air force/police force after I finish uni. But you're right about the second bit, I rant about shit from the Regency when I'm drinking

>> No.7813893

>Under the eagle
>I, Claudius
>The Prince
>Prince of Fools
>Animal Farm

>> No.7813894

Looks like the mainstream has fucked up pepe

>> No.7813902

The Complete Sherlock Holmes
Heretics by GK Chesterton
Bayonets to Lhasa by Peter Fleming
Man Alive by GK Chesterton
Gotrex and Felix Trollslayer by Nathan Long

>> No.7813905

Give me attention - notice me edition: the thread

>> No.7813907

Tristram Shandy
Fear and Trembling
Taras Bulba
Wise Blood
The Odyssey

>> No.7813932

5. Gone Baby, Gone
4. Mr. Mercedes
3. The Spectacular Now
2. Darkly Dreaming Dexter
1. Enders game

>> No.7813933

Oh shit, 20, although 19 when I read the first 3.

>> No.7813979

Thirst For Love
So Long and Thanks For All The Fish
In the Miso Soup
Second Foundation
The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With the Sea

>> No.7814000
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The Stranger
Anna Karenina
War and Peace
Don Quixote
Hunger games

>> No.7814010

War and Peace - Tolstoy
The discovery of heaven - Harry mulish
Rituals - Cees Nooteboom
Beyond good and evil - Nietsche
Walden - Henry david Thoraux

>> No.7814014

Lost Illusions by Balzac
Lord Jim by Joseph Conrad
Great Expectations by Dickens
The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls
On Writing by Stephen King
David Copperfield by Dickens (currently)

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Moravagine, Cendrars
Nature and other essays, Emerson
Notes on the Cinematographer, Bresson
The Bell Jar, Plath
As I Lay Dying, Faulkner

>> No.7814047


Philosophical Investigations
Fear and Trembling
Death Kit (by Sontag, pretty good)
Unpopular Essays

>> No.7814061 [DELETED] 

course in general linguistics (saussure)
beginners (carver)
a room of one's own (woolf)
sociology of knowledge (berger & luckmann)
risk society (beck)

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Brave New World
The Remains of the Day
The Age of Innocence
Heart of Darkness

I liked all of them.

>> No.7814088

>2666, Bolano
>a collection of short stories by Turgenev
>Tai Pei, by an Autistic Chinaman
>An Introduction to Daoist Philosophies, Steve Coutinho
>The High Window, Raymond Chandler

>> No.7814089

>Martin Eden
Hey you're alright!

>> No.7814105

"The Heart is a Lonely Hunter"
"Jo confesso"
"The Bell"
"The Essays of Virginia Woolf, Vol. 5"

>> No.7814128

Not a grill

>> No.7814160


Don Quixote
Ancillary Mercy
Stranger in a Strange Land
Paradise Lost
Dark Tower 1-3

>> No.7814162

cheer up, pal

tao lin turned you into a daoist

Regarding the Pain of Others
Watership Down
Geek Love
The Passion According to G.H.
The Hour of the Star

>> No.7814169


>Crime and Punishment
>The Man In The High Castle
>Grapes of Wrath
>The Iliad
>The Outsider

>inb4 pseud, I'm already aware

>> No.7814181

How did you find Quixote? I got half way through and I had to put it down and read something else for a bit. It is a good book and has some very charming moments inside, but it comes off as repetitive after some time.

>> No.7814194

>Paradise lost
>the crying of lot 49
>infinite jest
And before that
>blood meridian
>leaves of grass

Aka I just found lit starter pack. So far enjoyed them all. Reading stirner now and after that I'm reading GR and 2666 and nobody can stop me. I might even read nakid lunch and confessions of a mask after! I might even read some zizek.

>> No.7814240


K2: Life and Death on the World's Most Dangerous Mountain
The Big Short
American Psycho
After Dark

>> No.7814314

V. (Re-read)
A hundred years of solitude
The red and the black
Chronicle of a death foretold
Gravity's Rainbow

Has a nice job with fairly good pay
self-conscious :^)

>> No.7814339


Against Nature
The Street of Crocodiles
The Book of Laughter and Forgetting
A Short History of Decay

>> No.7814343


>The Last Days Of Socrates
>In Cold Blood
>The Power & the Glory
>Fellowship of the Ring
>Animal Farm

>> No.7814344

You're a NEET with upper middle class parents who allow you to live at home and will continue to do so until you're like 30. You order books /lit/ recommends you on Amazon and spend your day reading them or shitposting about them on /lit/.

>> No.7814350

>Southern mail / Night flight
>The Stranger
>The Beautiful and the Damned
>Butchers Crossing
>The Picture of Dorian Grey

>> No.7814360

Wishes he was a roman senator
Re-evaluating their life purpose
Either a Russian lit enthusiast or manic depressive. You can never tell.
/lit/core t b h f a m
Likes their history books, but apart from that just reads for enjoyment.
Classics enthusiast, maybe doing a degree majoring in ancient history or classical literature
American finally learning what socialism actually means.

>> No.7814367


Gormenghast Trilogy
Myth of Sisyphus
Call of Cthulu and Other Weird Stories
Absalom, Absalom
Ask the Dust

Pretty standard shit for a young male I suppose.

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>Re-evaluating their life purpose
Surprisingly accurate. What tipped you off?

>> No.7814404

Moby dick
Fahrenheit 451
Tale of two cities

>> No.7814420

Victoria, Hamsun
Todos los fuegos el fuego, Cortázar
Death in Venice, Mann
To the Lighthouse, Woolf
Campos de Castilla, Machado

How was Salambó? I've been meaning to pick it up for a while

>> No.7814423

Forgot to include my age.

I'm 22 and what is this?

>> No.7814425

27 and live in different country than my parents. Work.
Tbh I wish I had that neet life.

I do order my books on Amazon though

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Zygmunt Bauman - Liquid Modernity
William Poundstone - The Recursive Universe
Steven Pinker - The Sense of Style
Etgar Keret - The Seven Good Years
Etgar Keret - Suddenly, a Knock on the Door

>> No.7814440


Outer Dark, McCarthy
The Revenant, Punke
A Clockwork Orange, Burgess
The Garden of Forking Paths, Borges
The Ocean at the End of the Lane, Gaiman

>> No.7814443


-A History of the World in 100 Objects by Neil MacGregor
-Crow by Ted Hughes
-Metamorphosis by Kafka
-The Kite Runner (for school)

>> No.7814465


My struggle, book 1
King Lear
Brief Interviews With Hideous Men
The Hound of the Baskervilles

>> No.7814481

Invitation to a Beheading
The Year of Magical Thinking
War and Peace
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep
Les Miserables

>> No.7814496

>here's your (you)

>> No.7814519

Notes from the underground
Master and Margarita
Clinical Cognitive Neuroscience

>> No.7814537

J'ai vingt-deux ans.

Meditations on First Philosophy
An Essay Concerning Human Understanding
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
Dead Souls
Naked Lunch

>> No.7814539


currently: A Tale of Two Cities
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
The Cricket on the Hearth / The Chimes
Notes From the Underground

>> No.7814544

How'd you like brief interviews? Church not made with hands could be the best thing DFW's ever written.

>> No.7814562

22 or 23, can't be bothered to look it up

Zizeks introduction to Lacan
Notes from the underground
Savage Detectives
Pushkin Hills
Crying Lot of 49

>> No.7814577


The History of the Peloponnesian War - Thucydides

Of Love and Other Demons - Marquez

An Actor Prepares - Stanislavski

Black Lamb and Grey Falcon - Rebecca West

The Tempest - Shakespeare

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Shadow of the Torturer
Claw of the Conciliator
Sword of the Lictor
Citadel of the Autarch
Urth of the New Sun

>> No.7814591

Human Action- Luwig von Mises
Individualpsychologie - Alfred Adler
The Ethics of Liberty - Murray N. Rothbard
The Sensory Order - F.A.Hayek
Critique of pure reason - Kant

>> No.7814613

too young to not fall for memes

>> No.7814619


Wide Sargasso Sea
A Portrait of the Artist
The Brothers Karamazov
A Hero of Our Time
Fathers and Sons

>> No.7814623

Not 64, but I am 32.

>> No.7814634

>not old enough to digest it properly
why are you such a fag thou

>> No.7814638

The Man Who Sleeps
Notes from Underground
Heart of Darkness
Apology (Plato)

>> No.7814641

Man all of you are young. This place seems so gay now.

>> No.7814672

How old are you gramps?

>> No.7814678


>> No.7814689

You're goddamn right.

>> No.7814718


The forever war
Fight club
Fahrenheit 451
The girl who played with fire
American gods

>> No.7814736

Oh so you're just a faggot then

>> No.7814778

The 120 Days of Sodom
The Fall
The History of the Siege of Lisbon

>> No.7814785


You think /lit/ is a bit pretentious? Really?

>> No.7814902

Artistic but talentless
Single mom/just started your biology degree
Wants to learn Russian
Wishes he went to law school or plans on going
Wolfe poster
Relentlessly boring

Cool lads

Man children

>> No.7815072


Revival (Stephen King)
The Lonely Heart of the Cosmos
Reaper Man
Mutants (Armand Marei Leroi)

Admittedly, I'm not the brightest, and work leaves little time for reading as something I can enjoy.

>> No.7815088

>Ornithology Second Edition
>Lesser Key of Solomon
>Crime and Punishment
>fetish short stories on deviantart

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>> No.7815329

>4 years ago
>everyone on /lit/ tryhard 18-20 y/o
>everyone on /lit/ try hard 18-20 y/o
Did everyone leave? Am I the only one that stayed?

>> No.7815382

>The Sound of Waves, Mishima
>Silence, Endo
>Picture of Dorian Gray, Wilde
>The Samurai, Endo
>Kwaiden, Hearn

How am I one of the oldest people here? Only 14 people older than me in the whole thread.

>> No.7815437

everyone just keeps killing themselves after they've been here a while

>> No.7815454

>Revival by King
My knee gore!

>> No.7815457

Yea there are a lot of people shitting on Kerouac, but i'm not ashamed to say i like him. As i understand it he is really supposed to be read while you are young so i'm working my way through his books in order (ish) now. Just started Visions of Cody actually.

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