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>"Wow! That was AMAZING. What do you call yourselves?

>"The Brothers Karamazov!"
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>Jorge, che... Decime tú que lo sabés todo. ¿Cuál es la primera letra del alfabeto hebreo?

>Pues El Aleph.
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I swear Nietzsche did this with every fucking book, he created this meme
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>>7640712
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>>7640810
This might be the least intelligent poster on /lit/.
Take a good look lads, mind his mistakes.
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>>7640815
fuck off
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>>7640712

>"But they weren't just ANY notes... they were notes... FROM UNDERGROUND."
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Dostoevsky was a hack. even more so when he tries to mix it up a little

>I have done the crime; and now, I must face my punishment.

Like, come on, are you even trying?
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>>7642167
>Do the crime ya do the time. Did I mention alyosha is the hero and represents good values? Look how good he is! He is so cool headed.
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>>7642180
Not edgy enough for you?
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>>7642212
>speaking of edgy, I will now explain that their father was an adulterous alcoholic who didn't care for his children and was an alcoholic. He liked to have orgies and drink
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>>7642225
Yet his son loved him, and his murder was wrong no matter how vile of a person he was.
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>>7642180
Perhaps Alyosha was so empty of his own distinct character as a device to allow the reader to imprint his own morality and thereby increase the satiric exploration of human corruption
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>>7642318
Alyosha had a very distinct character. Zosima was the one who was the voicebox for Dostoevsky, not Alyosha. Alyosha was just a beautiful Christian, but he had a distinct character and personality.
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>>7640712
>"New York City is just chock full of Women and Men."

come on, McElroy.
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>>7642233
>was wrong
dude in
>2016
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>>7640712
this, i think, is actually a very good joke.
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best thread currently on /lit/
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>>7640712
Only a pleb reads Dostoyevsky.
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>>7642318

>not knowing that Aloysha was Dostoyevsky's idea of what his son would have been like if he hadn't died of tuberculosis

An utter blockhead
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>After all, WE are the champions!

Fuck off, Pynchon.
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>Standing before the athenian council, convicted of his crimes in corrupting the youth, time has come for socrates to make an apology.

Plato you utter hack.
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>>7643956
you have a tiny penis.
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>>7644035
I don't even have a penis.
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>It was only in the very and that Gustav von Aschenbach realized that he had found death in Venice.
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>>7644055
>transexual
>>>/lgbt/
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>>>7644061
>implying I'm a human
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>only one man can save us now... Eugene Onegin

Jesus Christ, is this a just Russian thing or what?
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>I'm afraid Pierre, there's only two truths in this world... War and Peace!
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>>7644055
faggot.
get out.
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>>7644071
This sounds like part of a fucking metal gear monologue.
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>I'm a pedophile in denial. I know it's wrong, and oh I'm such a horrible human being, but did you see the curves on that 13 year old?
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> brought up as a gentleman,—in a word, as a young fellow of...great expectations.

ooh ooh they said it!
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>>7640712
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tw10xa_xtNg
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>forget it Patrick, it's Dublin and we are... the Dubliners
>Stephan froze. There on the mantlepiece was a portrait of the artist as a young man
>In that moment, Buck Mulligan realised he truly was a modern Ulysses
>Come on, if we don't hurry (pgfdgrg relghergdhgg cthulhu faltagennnn) we'll be late for Finnegan's Wake!

EVERY
FUCKING
BOOK
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>>7644055
gril
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bump for ebin bread
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>"and so," Chichikov said, "we have finally become...Dead Souls."
Damn it, Gogol, not you as well
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>>7644740
He has done it a lot of times

>In the end I had become the greatest Cossack, I, Taras Bulba
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>Thank you for reading, and I hope you all leave with a greater appreciation for Mythology: Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes.
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>And then Meursault realized... all along, he was The Stranger

That didn't even make sense, Christ, are you even trying Camus?
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>I must say... our lives truly were One Hundred Years of Solitude.

Fucking seriously Marquez?
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>>7640712

I hate how they made them say it at the same time and flourish in the movie. It was really corny. The costumes were cool, though.
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>>7644863
Dude what. That's not how that book ends at all.
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These are always the worst threads on /lit/.
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>>7644034
Breh that ends with one of the most famous lines in all of literature.

>I to die and you to live - Which is better, God only knows.
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>>7644874

I hate people who come into these threads and make shit up just to be funny.
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>>7644874
Holy shit, he actually got me for a second. I looked it up, and here is the real last sentence. (By here, I mean in the picture.)
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>>7644874
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>>7644887
>being this fucking new
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>>7644865
In all seriousness, García Márquez did exactly this in No One Writes to the Colonel. It was a bit painful to read.
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>Perhaps, however, our very physical survival hinges on our ability to consummate the act of assuming fully the "nonexistence of the Other", of...tarrying with the negative!
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>>7645772
Fuck! I was going to read that but now the meme won't be a surprise. FML
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>And then Hagrid told me that I, Harry Potter, actually am... a wizard.
Fucking really, Artemis Fowl?
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>"You did it!", Gandalf proclaimed with a hearty laughter. "You finally did it, Frodo! You have become the Lord of the Rings after all!"
....TOLKIEN! What were you thinking?!
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>>7642180
What did you expect? The book was narrated by monk.
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>>7640734
>Decime tú
Orientals keep moving.
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>>7644098
>'
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>Truly this is dante inferno

Fucking dropped
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>>7645989
>And so in that moment, as the sun set and the clouds rolled in, I truly was Organic Chemistry: An Applied Approach to the Fundamental Processes of Life
Really?
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>>7647457
i lol'd
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>The house measured different on the outside than on the inside. This was because it was a house of leaves.[11]
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>But at the end of the battle, there was a catch - 22 of our men were inevitably lost.
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>sweat of night blues moist upon them. Feefee! phopho!!
>foorchtha!!! aggala!!!! jeeshee!!!!! paloola!!!!!! ooridiminy!!!!!!!
>Afeared themselves were to wonder at the class of a crossroads
>puzzler he would likely be
>A Finnegans Wake

Fucking dropped.
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>>7644085
13 isn't pedophilia and girls that age have the best curves when they actually have them.
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>Oedipa settled back, to await the crying of lot 49.
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>Ishmael stroked again and again the length of Moby's Dick

Really, Melville?
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>>7648053
lol good one, I love this meme
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>>7648079
its real though
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>>7648170
Haha yeah right
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>>7648175
just kidding man lol. thought i could trick ya ;p
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"A then he could see that it was really a Holy Bible."

Goddammit, Holy Spirit.
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>>7648222
>This was the Genesis of all things
>So began the Israelite's Exodus
>Then Moses meet the man called... Leviticus

Who the fuck was this J Author cunt anyway?
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>after transcribing the secret golden plates found in his yard, Joseph smith realised he had created the Book of Mormon.
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>>7648051
Found the humbert humbert
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>It was then I realized I had truly become the Thus Spoke Zarathustra
Really freddy, really?
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>"Pape Satan, pape Satan aleppe", Pluto said.
>"Damn, that babble makes no sense" I thought. And then I realized all that nonsense was truly a Divine Comedy.

Dante...
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