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Just started Animal Farm by George Orwell, loved 1984 and his short stories so I knew I would read it eventually
 

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Thus Spoke Zarathustra by Nietzsche. Just finished the first part, a beautiful and inspiring work of literature indeed, I find that the way I think is a lot like Nietzsche and I feel like asserting more dominance.
 
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Thus Spoke Zarathustra by Nietzsche. Just finished the first part, a beautiful and inspiring work of literature indeed, I find that the way I think is a lot like Nietzsche and I feel like asserting more dominance.
Brooo, you read Nietzsche??? Based as fuck, We should make out, like homies tho. :tou5: :BeerTime:
 
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I'm not into books, but i recently finished El Paso by Winston Groom (the same dude who wrote forrest gump) was actually very good.
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Also does visual novels counts as literature? If that's the case i can make a long list of them.
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Brooo, you read Nietzsche??? Based as fuck, We should make out, like homies tho. :tou5: :BeerTime:
I have read Thus Spake Zarathustra, Beyond Good and Evil, Twilight of the Idols, and The Anti-Christ
Can I be your waifu now?
 
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I have read Thus Spake Zarathustra, Beyond Good and Evil, Twilight of the Idols, and The Anti-Christ
Can I be your waifu now?
Sure, why not. :tou5: :BeerTime:
 
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currently re-reading a clockwork orange after seeing the movie again and remembering how much i liked the book
 
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I really want to reread C.S. Lewis's Space trilogy. I had to read the first book Out of the Silent Planet in 8th grade and it was the first time I remember having my mindset be so changed from a book. They became the first books I ever bought myself when I bought the rest of the trilogy soon after.
 
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Helped me find a few childhood games who's existence I vaguely recalled.
 
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Howdy! I've been reading Mr. Jerome Salinger's The Catcher In The Rye ~ fun + autism, Mr. Dante Alighieri's The Inferno ~ study + fun, and Mr./Mrs. Daniel Schreber's Memoirs of My Nervous Illness, this for theory, and study.

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Moby Dick rules and is way easier to read than people think.
Moby Dick rocks! More times than what feels natural I've heard Moby Dick as an term for works that're difficult to read, but its fairly dutch English. Only option is an antifishing cyop.
out fishing
 

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Right now I'm reading the manga 'Cats of the Louvre' (by the same mangaka who did Tekkonkinkreet). It's actually a strong contender for the best manga I've ever read, which isn't that big a deal since most of the mangas I've read (even many of the supposed classics) are actually pretty bad.

I'm also rereading Neuromancer which I'm happy to say is still as good as when I read it as a teen. I'm thinking of reading 'Snow Crash' next to keep the cyberpunk train rolling.
 
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My gf's parents gifted me Crowley's Book of Lies recently, so I've started reading that despite not having a ton of interest in Thelema. I plan on delving into the Illumanatus! Trilogy, which I gifted myself, once I get bored of the Crowley.
 
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I just finished"Sexual Personae", after that Imma finish up "Twilight of the Idols" and "The Anti-Christ", and after that Imma start on Procopius. Already read books 3 and 4 but I gotta go back and read books 1 and 2 and then go on through the rest of the series and the Secret History.
 
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Just finished C.S. Lewis's Mere Christianity, and The Screwtape Letters. I had been craving them for awhile, just didn't know what title I was looking for.
 
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I am currently reading a bunch of books and pamphlets on Anarcho-primitivism mainly because their school of thought is pretty neat. I am not a big fan of reading fictional or novelized books so all the books I read boil down to encyclopedias, manifesto's, and auto-biographies. I also got a neat cookbook from 1981 from Goodwill and once I saw the cover I literally could not not buy it <3.
 

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