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14280069 No.14280069 [Reply] [Original]

Has anyone here read this? Even if it is kind of slow it's still enveloping. The ending is fucking great.
Any opinion?

>> No.14280079

Julien Sorel was the first >literally me character in the history of literature that I am aware of. Great novel.

>> No.14280083

What’s it about. Also could you tell me in multiple posts, each with pictures of you getting more undressed, thanks

>> No.14280087

Incredible novel.

>> No.14280089

Is it like Barry Lyndon?

>> No.14280151

Somewhat similar

About an ambitious Napoleon fanatic’s love life, basically. It is really good.
>Goes to shower

>> No.14280167

you forgot the picture

>> No.14280209

What happened to my innocent and intellectual /lit/ board. You were so pure where I left you. I was gone for some years of isolation and to comeback to this funnily disheartening

>> No.14280216

Go back

>> No.14280220

For me, it's the Duke from the 120 Days of Sodom

>> No.14280248

Go back where? I was here back in the days discussing Derrida and Foucault post-modern take.
I guess I just want an explanation has to why the quality of this board went down? I need this to mourn my first lover (/lit/).

>> No.14280254

Post tits

>> No.14280262

Am I on /b/? (Quickly checks, oh the board is blue). Dont worry I like those quick bants. 4chan is all and only this. A quick rent on the world. Good job with this original (you).

>> No.14280276

I assure you it was intentional

Christians and Christian larping snaked it’s way in and trolls everything pol style.


>> No.14280323

Post tits for jesus

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>> No.14280697

I have read it as well as The Charterhouse of Parma. I preferred the Charterhouse of Parma. You get the impression from these that Stendhal was quite a bastard but they're both great.

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