Type the current line you're on in the book you've been reading most recently and then guess and critique their book.
"Mr. and Mrs. Antolini had this very swanky apartment over on Sutton Place, with two steps that you go down to get in the living room, and a bar and all."
I'm actually re-reading it at the moment because I remember reading it back in the day.
Keep in mind that I was never some edgelord who agreed with Caulfield, I always knew he was a faggot.
Schacht was just looping the d in mail fraud when Jim Troeltsch's pseudo-radio program, backed by its eustacian-crumpling operatic sound track , came over 112 West House's E.T.A.-intercom speaker up over the classroom clock.
No way me too
He felt a piece of nourishing and possibly even intoxicating meat in the back of his throat but elected not to swallow it but swallowed it anyway,and was immediately sorry he did; and when his father's bloody-rubbered fingers folded his teeth back to retrieve the tongue he'd swallowed he refused absolutely to bite down ungratefully on the hand that was taking his food, then without authorization he pushed and bit down and took the gloved fingers clean off, (sentence keeps going for a while I didn't want to type it all)
>Implying you can swallow your own tongue
Shoddy fact checking Mr le suicide man
"it means reverence and the shame that holds men back from wrongdoing, but it also means the feeling a prosperous man should have in the presence of the unfortunate - not compassion, but a sense the difference between him and those poor wretches is not deserved."
In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex by Nathaniel Philbrick makes up for Moby Dick's essential lack of plot, though the prose are bog standard, the history/story of the Essex is pretty awesome. The film is surprisingly accurate but still shit.
>World-consummator: as that which comes down as rain over the earth and upon the waters, falling carelessly, at random, inevitably rises again, invisible and joyous, out of all things, and ascends and floats and forms the heavens: so our precipitations rose out of you, and vaulted the world with music.