Hey /lit, I need your help. My literature professor challenged me earlier today.he recently hung a Chinese or Japanese style umbrella from his ceiling with what appear to be origami coy fish (or possibly trout) above the umbrella, as if raining down onto the umbrella. He bet me 5 to 1 odds that I couldn't guess the book it's in, or some relation or derivation of the imagery depicted. What book is this imagery from? My best guess is some kind of Asian literature, but I could be wrong. My professor is Asian by the way.
Thank you all who have helped, I don't know whether these will be the ones, but I do believe I get 5 tries. Are there any more/ why do these current ones fit the bill? Sorry, I'm just trying to be informed as possible.
At the moment everyone is trying to sneak into Europe. Your Amerifat "immigrant crisis" is a fucking joke. Europe is the fashion center of the world, too, and the only place to look if you want music other than lowest common denominator pop trash.
American movies are great though.
None of those were correct. I now owe my professor money, but I can try again. I'm going to, of course. Anyone else know? He did say that he could see why gravity's rainbow could be it, but it isn't. I have seen him reading murakami before, so it may be one of his works.
>You pay the price for slavery every day.
yeah the blacks rot out the core of our innercities in some kind of horrible slave resentiment, but eventually mexicans will out number them and our innercities will be filled with affordable taco joints and cheap cleaning services