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>But in the end, it was all just a portrait of the artist as a young man

Joyce you hack
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LOOKS LIKE CHILI'S BACK ON THE BANE SHEEV
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>>7550320

And but so, in the end when all was said and done [392], this is water.
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>and but for ONAN and the tennis players, incandenza would've reveled in his infinite jest

FUCK YOU DAVID
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>and but then, said Mindy Metalman, you know it. For you, I am just a broom of the system.

GOD DAMN
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>>7550341
>>7550346
>>7550352

Meme loving fucks, the lotta ya
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>>7550320
With an aching arse he had finally understood the gay science.
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I like what Pynchon does with Crying of lot 49 where he has several possible meanings for the title
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"that was amazing! what do you all call yourselves?"

"The brothers Karamazov!"

THE END
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But when all was said and done, he truly was the sound and the fury.
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Sae heel ay the hunt Ah sais tae masel', naw, Ah'll no boather wi' smack anymair, Ah'll heid doon tae Granton and keep mah eye oot fur ane ay they likes Class 56 boys. Ah kinda eywis did prefer Trainspotting.
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>INTRODUCTION
>"Looo... Leee... Taaa... ..."

Jesus Christ, really?
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>and that, m'lady, is why they call me Ishmael
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...but In the end, I guess it was just the death of a salesman...

--Arthur Miller

...but in the end, I guess I was just in search of lost time...

--Marcel Proust

...but in the end, I guess it was just a divine comedy...

--Dante Alighieri

...but in the end, I guess he was just a pale king...

--David Foster Wallace
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"O, I die, Horatio.

The potent poison quite o'ercrows my spirit.

I cannot live to hear the news from England.

But I do prophesy the election lights

On Fortinbras. He has my dying voice.

So tell him, with th' occurrents, more and less,

Which have solicited. The rest is silence.

O, O, O, O. (dies)"
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the last line of Atlas Shrugged is seriously kekworthy

>He raised his hand and over the desolate earth he traced in space the sign of a dollar

huh, I wonder what that book was all about anyway
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>>7550409
I think he said he had to spell it out as some euros might not know how to pronounce it.
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>>7550419
Not the ending.
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>>7550442
wouldn't Americans be prone to mispronounce it?

>Lolita
vs.
>nice
>me
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>Don't you understand, Glanton? This land makes us mad! This murderous sun-! This... this Blood Meridian is unquenchable!
Woooooow
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>>7550464
I don't know what kind of rock you live under, but where I live, the story is over when the bad guy or the good guy dies.

Ironically, that's why I enjoy space operas like star wars so much...it is poetic justice, like the old west: the classic battle between good and evil. Black and White contrast as it is in real life.
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>>7550476
kill yourself
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>>7550434
hahahah holy shit seriously?

4th grade symbolism aside what the fuck would posses a person to do that? How embarrassing.
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>>7550483
Is this double trolling? His post was just lazy but this genuinely made me angry. If this is merely a jape then good job.
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>>7550434
I had to check, it's true. I still wonder how much angery fun I lost dropping that book.
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>>7550492
>believes the story is over at a point other than when the story is over
>likes space operas like star wars
>likes poetic justice
>likes black and white contrast
no
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>>7550520
>takes bait
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>>7550476
kek
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Y'all are memeing but 100YOS actually ends like this and it is GOAT
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"Finally, I'd like to give you my sincerest Apology"

- Plato
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>And then was, when I realized they had become the savage detectives

Bolaño you fucking hack
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>>7550553
>what will we eat then?
>shit
Bravo Garcia Marquez
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>>7550575
This one is good.
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>>7550407
criminally underrated post
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>and it was at that time I realized that the situation I was in was a catch 22.

What the fuck
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And thus sayeth the Lord "Bibble."

Fuck sake God
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>>7550320
>And that's when they all realized how their lives had become intertwined and altered forever by one mysterious figure, a figure no longer among them, but one they knew would come again. And that man's name? Vulgate.
Really, Jerome? I'm not sure that's 100% accurate
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>"What's wrong?" she said.
>"I think I've eaten some rotten mussel. I must have nausea"

>Oh Sarte...
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>>7550648
>I'll be Dead before you Sea these Scrolls! He said right before a sword plunged inside through his Kippah and into his brain.

I mean, did they really have to capitalize the words? It seems a bit on the nose doesn't it?
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>"So, what's your name?"
>"I don't have one."
>"So what they said is true. You truly are the unnamable."

You could've tried Beckett.
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"Nobody could believe the awesome favor that Gilgamesh had done for all involved. At last, everyone agreed that that was quite Epic of Gilgamesh."
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>>7550476

Violently misusing the term ironically is such a goldmine of trolling potential I hadn't really seen before. Thanks bro.
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>There was a region for the lovers, and a place for the lonely. There was a state for the rich, and a commonwealth for the poor. There was a society for saints, and a land for the sinners. There was a democracy for the just, and a monarchy for the wicked. But even though there was a nation for the children, there was still... No Country for Old Men.

Literally threw the book across the room.
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>>7550434
holla holla make dolla sign in the air
What fetishes do you think Ayn Rand had?
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>...and those, my friends, are The Recognitions
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"The clock ticked slowly in the silent room. Suddenly a scream was heard blaring trough the city and echoed by every human still awake. The year was now 1984."

Seriously Orwell?
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>>7550742
irony is just a buzz word. it doesn't mean anything.
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>*Oh? He killed himself huh? Over a girl? I guess Werther couldn't handle all of those sorrows." Goethe then put on his sunglasses as the Miami sun was getting too bright. An airboat sailing riding through the everglades.

Lazy fucking self-insert.
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>and my soul from out that shadow that lies floating 'mongst my woe, quoth the raven "The Complete Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe!"
what the hell was he thinking
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>Thank you again for hanging around
>You just read The Cantos of Ezra Pound
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>>7550793
I laughed fairly loud
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>"you see, Jenkinson, the first and second expeditions in Northern Russia found nothing, but thanks to Fagolino's second principle, I built a machine that will finally make us understand what happened in communist Russia. This archeological prowess will, after all these years, unearth the legacy of totalitarianism in a tundra!"

I want names moot
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>>7550776
Lol I didn't even read yours before posting >>7550793
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>>7550401
Far underrated. You made me soil myself sir.
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>>7550320

Do people seriously think these threads are funny?
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>>7550825
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>>7550825
"So What do you call this fascinating new idea Charles?"

"My dear I call it 'The Origin of Rustles'."

Darwin's got your number.
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>On 11 September, 2001, the United States will be attacked by Islamic jihadists, unless it is prevented by the US staying out of the affairs of the Middle East and letting them sort out their own problems. Also, the founding a Jewish state in Palestine will start over a century of armed conflict, so maybe don't do that.

-- James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, page 437.

Too bad nobody actually got that far until 2009.
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>>7550320
>And so, gift card in hand, the man set out to put his tatterdemalion existence behind him, one sweatshirt at a time. And that's when he walked up to the sweatshirt department and picked out the sweatshirts in which he would show a new face to the world: The Red and the Black.
Oh Stendahl, how could you...
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>"The whale sunk our ship; what a prick."
>And that was the last they saw of...
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>As they crashed into the ocean floor, they finally realized that after all no you really can't -- at least not vertically, in a matter perpendicular to the water's surface, on a trajectory congurent with a ray emanating from the earth's core -- go Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea
that truly is rock bottom, Verne
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>"Call me Israel."
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>And those, my friends, are the many lessons I learned while on the road.
More like Kerou-hack
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>This was when she realized it was the breakfast cereal that was the cause of her cancer: at long last she had found the fault in our stars.
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> all in all, you're just another…. The Great Gatsby
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>>7550881
what's moby's favourite book?

MOBY'S KNOB
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>>7550851
Kek
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>>7550851
10/10
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>For a while he would not have it; but I reasoned, reminding him of his year-old promise, and pointing out how much easier the New Law would be if my spur were absent from the people. In the end he agreed; and then at once I knew how much I was sorry for ignoring those seven pillars of wisdom.
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>and thus he would always be
>an american psycho
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>The book ends here cuz it's finished
>Write what I want I'll always get published

>You know that nigga Kubrick made a movie
>Better than the book yes it's that groovy

>You just suffered through the Shining
>So laterz man and thanks for reading


It's past time King was put to rest.
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>>7550320
>"'An Solo, yer a dead mon."
>"Oh yeah? Well, you're naked."
>"Really? Oh, I hadn't noticed. Thanks."
>And that's how they came to be The Naked and the Dead.
Seriously, author of The Naked and the Dead? I mean sure it's a cool title and all, but it seems a little shoehorned in at the end
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>>7550851
Underrated post.
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>stat rosa pristina nomine, nomina nuda tenemus
Eco, you hack
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>And in the end I decided I would live out the rest of my days travelling the world with Francoise in search of lost time.

Proust you madman
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>>7551131
>mfw that is actually transcribed word for word from the text

i always knew King was a hack but holy shit
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>>7551205
Françoise dies before the book is written you mong
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>"What?! How many did you manage to get?"
>"22"
>The End.

Damn, what a shitty book.
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>>7550765
I MEAN COME ON, IT'S 2016!
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>>7551312
brékekek'd
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"And so Mason & Dixon lived happily everafter." - tommie pinecoahn
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>"and he fucked the cunt of that Lolita"
He even capitalized it, what a hack
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>>7550851
I thought that quote was from the second page of IJ?
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>>7551231
Nah.
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>Now that my tale is complete, I bid you all farewell.
>Regards, The Count of Monte Cristo

I was just thinking about this while in the bathroom a few hours ago. I don't know why.
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>And in the end, he truly was, The Man in the High Castle

Bravo Dick.
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"On the way out, we said a farewell to arms."

Nice job, Hemingway.
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>"whose chants were they," she asked.
>"they were mine," said maldoror
moar like the CUNT de lautreamont amirite?
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>>7550320
Gus: Did I order this?

Ben sits on the Bed and puts his head in his hands.

Gus: Did I?

Ben unties his shoe, shakes it and picks up the notebook which fell on the floor and flips through seven pages. He puts it back in his shoe, puts it back on and ties his shoelace. He then unties his other shoe, shakes it and picks up a different notebook. He reads it, flipping seven pages.

Ben: No

Gus: You really are a dumb waiter

JESUS CHRIST PINTER
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>>7550793
Got me
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Ok so I checked the end of the book but didn't see that passage? Is my edition faulty?
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>>7551533
Try closing and opening your book. But leave it closed for 30secs.
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>>7550409
Nabokov only wanted to show that HH was obsessed with literally everything about her, right of the bat. Also, that he is writing in a state of madness.
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>>7551562
kek
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>>7550762
rape fetish
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>>7551131
first and last don't even rhyme
the fuck
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>>7550762
She has a FTSE fetish
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...and the tide was way out, like at least w/r/t to the position of gately's square head-which was supine at 90 degrees-and he rubbernecked at the lurid blue velvet of the ocean.
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"And as he looked across the patio he could see, sitting there eating in the foreground with the great blue expanse in the distance, the old man and the sea."

why
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>It was the devious-cruising Rachel, that in her retracing search after her missing children, only found another orphan: Me, Moby Dick

niqqa please
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>>7551371
LOL! I thought it was from the second paragraph!

Upvoted!
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>>7551706
he was making a joke anon, don't be a dick.
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>>7550401
holy shit
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>>7550320
>Waiter!
>When will he come by?
>For there is a cat hair
>in the Ham on Rye
Alright Bukowski now you're just doing this on purpose
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>>7551426
>>7551426
kek so subtle
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>Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio; a fellow of infinite jest.

God now I see why everyone hates DFW.
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>>7550434
Oh god. That's the most cringeworthy ending I've ever heard of.
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>Despite all my rage im still just a rat in a cage
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> and with the kills to properly know how to shoot a gun accurately, I finally know how to kill a mockingbird.
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>>7550419
I cried desu.
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>A glooming peace this morning with it brings; The sun, for sorrow, will not show his head: Go hence, to have more talk of these sad things: Some shall be pardon’d, and some punished: For never was a story of more woe
Than this of Juliet and her Romeo.

I thought you said this guy was good.
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>>7550726
Oh my
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"And in your service, I command thee to go forth and write my word in the Bible."

God was phoning it in after the Torah.
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>>7550401
10/10

>>7550407
>>7550793
>>7550776
9/10

>>7550726
8/10

>>7550671
Possibly 2deep4me
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>Well, I hope you all have enjoyed this wild ride -- I know I have! -- but it's now time for me to conclude this epic tale of War and Peace.

Seriously Tolstoy
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>>7551765
He badly needs to hone his craft.
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>>7551579
You know that he was making a joke yeah? That every post in this thread is a joke?
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>And this was the eulogy delivered at Finnegan's Wake.

really
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>>7550469
I don't think anyone would mispronounce it, it only sounds good one way
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>>7553462
>'
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>>7553476
>>7550469
Is it Lol-ee-ta or Loh-lee-ta?
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>>7553228
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulgate?
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>"and that's when I realised it was The Life and Times of Hunter S Thompson: An Expose Into The Other Half, with Introduction by Tom Walts"

fuck sake
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>"Fucking fantastic picture there, who's in it?"
>"His name was Dorian Grey, ma'am."

Fucking hell.
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There was a novel by my mother's bedside with a curious binding. Curious, I picked it up:
"No, child, that's not for you." She chided, "it's for your brother, a first birthday present from Auntie Jean."
The infant in her arms began to wail. Hastily I replaced the book of the new son.
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>Has Anyone Really Been Far Even as Decided to Use Even Go Want to do Look More Like?

jfc Burroughs. not even sure which part is the end ????
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"And at that moment I realized that it was for me for whom the bell tolls."

Son of a
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He was the man, really, really muscled, glowing from the oil, he, the sailor who fell from grace with the sea
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>>7552843
;_; it is sad story fampai
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>>7553491
lol ee tah like lolicon duh
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>>7550320
There's a video game that does, I think The Last of Us, where the last line is "We truly are the last of us." Even /v/tards make fun of it, it's surprising a classic book did it, too.

>>7550434
Oh wow, I remember him "tracing the sign of the dollar" but I forgot it was the last line. So corny, just imagine him standing there making symbols in the air. Fucking Rand.
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>>7553818
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>"I have done the Crime and Punishment awaits me" said Raskolnikov
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>>7554735
>[
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>I guess in the end the real Foucault's Pendulum were the friends I made along the way...

wtf
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>>7554781
hahahaha
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>>7550401
holy shit i actually laughed out loud
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And after that, I gave up medicine so that I could pursue a pornographic career, shooting scenes of human bondage.
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>and how he kissed me under the Moorish wall and I thought well as well him as another and then I asked him with my eyes to ask again yes and then he asked me what I yes to say yes my Mountain flower and first I put my arms around him yes and drew him down to me so he could feel my breasts all perfume yes and his heart was going like mad like a bit like that fellow Ulysses.

JESUS FUCKING CHRIST.
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>>7551663
Heh.
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