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>>21472907This one's really good
Post your favourite Canadian's best work bros. What I like about Hark a Vagrant is the literary parodies. They're often very fun and her comics are among the best in the entire genre. Appreciate please and no negative responses allowed
This one's really good
I've read this thread and it's still my dream job, halp guise :^)But I agree, depending on location and quality of material to edit it can be a fucking struggle. C'est la vie.>pic totally unrelated I just rediscovered my folder full of Beaton heh
>OP reads one book>decides 200 years of literature is worthless
Where is Daisy in this thread?Self-centered skag.
On the first page of the book he says his father taught him not to judge people, and that his own best trait is that he reserves judgement.AND THEN HE JUDGES PEOPLE THE WHOLE BOOK!Nick is a liar and since the book is told through his judgemental narrative, it makes the whole story tainted. It's actually pretty cool how Fitzgerald did that.
Oh good, an opportunity to post this.
First time I saw this I could not stop laughing, enjoy.>The Great Gatsby
Dear /lit/,I'm a first time poster on this board, and come to you humbly to ask which Ernest Hemingway book would be a great first read for someone who has not read his material? Any insight is greatly appreciated.Regards,D
Most of what he says about Jordan is totally off. By virtue of allegory he has to be right about Gatsby.
What should I read next? Im thinking British and 19th century, I really liked Ulysses. pic required.
>>1179077[applause]>>1179308If you look outside your window, you might just glimpse the tail end of the point flying past you, laughing all the way.
It's okay I guess... But it's no Gatsby.