I'll assume /lit/-related videos means we can share any videos we find to be of a sufficient quality to merit being placed among the conversation of high literature, so here's a video of Fred Rogers speaking before the Senate.
As much as I admire Houellebecq, he's not half as influential or talented as Celine. Both have autobiographical elements in their writing, but where the former creates washed-out, goner know-it-alls, the latter has adventure, acerbic wit and extra-morality embedded in his novels, of which Houellebecq could only dream. That's all he does nowadays, dream and act like a caricature of himself.
>tfw Borges read Finnegans Wake and is able to explain it
it's in spanish, sorry
when you're not practiced you'll tend to sound like that
he does sound like a young stupid cunt
but we've had this conversation many times before and the general consensus was that he is on point
so pay attention
There are several good videos by and about Nabokov on YouTube.
Here he is discussing the cover art of various editions of Lolita. There's also a great lecture on Lolita by Martin Amis.
i recommend the Civilisation tv series
you can't go wrong with a man who has his teeth as fucked up as pynchon