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We guess who are favorite author is based upon our political compass results.

>> No.9438488

hahha XD this is so fun

>> No.9438491
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>> No.9438497
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Fernando Pessoa

now do me

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I'm not doing the fucking test again.

>> No.9438503

keep the image saved u fuc

and don't put red lines on red u autist it's fucking my eyes

>> No.9438508

>economics is totally separate from libertarianism/authoritarianism

that doesn't make sense

>> No.9438517

Why not?

>> No.9438524

Fuck off to /pol/ with your pointless shit.

>> No.9438530


Because deciding how to control people's money, goods and labor is closely tied with government control

>> No.9438539
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I can't be bothered to do this again but every time I've done one of these I always end up somewhere in the region I've marked on OPs.

>> No.9438551

Yeah, control requires control.
But it's a different question how rigid this control is.

>> No.9438552
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Literally Hitler
j/k Burke?

idk Bukowski?

>> No.9438558

Sorry, Bukowski was based on OPs

I'd say, DFW?

>> No.9438564

God no.

>> No.9438568

Same answer as this:

>> No.9438571

never read him. would say my fave is w.g. sebald or d.h. lawrence

(t. literally hitler)

>> No.9438580

>d.h. lawrence

Sons and Lovers is my favourite book, but Lady Chatterly's Lover bored me to tears and Women in Love felt just passable. How do you feel about them?

>> No.9438606

Im not even memeing, those are my actual results.

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That feel when a majority of the board is retarded.

>> No.9438648

It is. Nobody here knows jackshit about literature and we're 99% posers.

>> No.9438652

Big fan of Sons and Lovers, kinda v technically good even if it didn't hit me on a massive personal level, and I liked Lady Chatterly's Lover a lot, but mayb because it struck a chord with me on an almost therapeutic level (i.e. am female (male)). Although my fave by him is Kangaroo.

Haven't read Women In Love but I've read all of his poetry - the ones he titles under 'Ghosts' are my fave of those.

>> No.9438655

Yeah but it's fun to circle jerk about marx

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>> No.9438662

Sons and Lovers hit me on an extremely personal level, maybe because I share a similar Oedipal complex to Lawrence. I hadn't actually heard of Kangaroo - looks like one of his more obscure works - but I will check it out now. His literary criticism is also very good, especially on Moby Dick.

>> No.9438664

Yeah it's big in Aust. (natch)

>> No.9438689

Are you the Aussie who read Sylvia Plath in the vaporwave thread?

>> No.9438691

no can you link me that thread?

>> No.9438695


>> No.9438700


youngsters baffle me

>> No.9438711

this fucks w my head bc i listen to a lot of vaporwave and have literally been voice practicing by reading plath aloud and playing it back in vocaroo

>> No.9438713

>Those results
w-want to be Paleolib friends??

>> No.9438729

Spooky. Can we hear?

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Peter kropotkin

>> No.9438752

all lefties are authoritarian at heart

most people in the green square would join the commie revolution if it came

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How is supporting a change from a shitty state to a less shitty one makes you authoritarian or even libertarian?

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>> No.9439107

if the new state is authoritarian then it makes you authoritarian

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>> No.9439275

Don't have mine saved, but I usually score all the way to the left, split between authoritarian and libertarian.

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