What's your biggest regret purchase? For me, it was the fountainhead. Pic semi related.
>you will never be a middleschool-evel ''philosophy''-based shitty writer with no substance or any talent that's published and widely read anyway because the Jews did world class shilling to make sure you're read
Feels bad man
Bought a book of Kafka's short stories to read Metamorphosis
Not only was that story shit, but all the short stories were utterly pointless banalities written in the most horrible stiff style I've ever read
>writes like a thesaurus
>you must be a pleb not to like this!
I understood perfectly what Metamorphosis was about, it was just garbage. Gregor narrates like a robot and the family are the worst written characters I've read in a long time. They do only what is necessary to make a point, or later to advance the story. They flip flop between personalities like schizophrenics
>but the metamorphosis is really about the family
Yeah whatever, but it was done in a really shitty way
A complete Jane Austen edition, costing me €40. not only is it boring as fuck but I also saw the same book for €20 recently. I would have handed it to my mum but she can't really read English.
What's the difference between Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged and the Fountainhead?
The Fountainhead burns hotter but Atlas Shrugged burns longer.
to me doyle just put a lot of fancy words together with no beauty all in all
the stories are not even entertaining the only reason people read is just out of curiosity to see how the main character unveiled the mystery so quickly and logically
i know it was written in like 1900 or something and people back there were more eloquent but i think the writer was using them out of pure pedantry whereas he could have used more common words and achieve the same result
maybe im just rambling, it's been years since i touched it
I dreamed I was a clean tramp, by Richard Hell.
What a shit "autobiography".