Dostoevsky
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by Extollager
1w ago
Here's a place to discuss the writings, times, and life of the author of Crime and Punishment, The... Read more ..read more
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J. L. Borges' 33-volume short story anthology--how many of these have you read?
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by Extollager
1M ago
Here's a list that will probably set many of us smiling at the sight of old favorites, and send some of us scurrying to read ones we haven't read. Searching the Library of Babel I'll... Read more ..read more
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George Steiner
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by Extollager
1M ago
Just this week, after a friend recommended I look into them, I have started to listen to this critic, who died a week ago. He's remarkably interesting. I've paused at his... Read more ..read more
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Longevity of supernatural horror
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by Sargeant_Fox
1M ago
I'm posting this here and not in the Horror section because I think it's pertinent. I recently finished reading T. E. D. Klein's Dark Gods, with a 2021 "Author's Note". In it Klein makes... Read more ..read more
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Mr. Charles Dickens The Pickwick Papers (1836 - 1837)
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by GOLLUM
2M ago
Second off the rank then for March is The Pickwick Papers and the first 'novel' by Mr. Dickens published originally in serial format as 19 issues over a 20 month period of March... Read more ..read more
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Disappointing reads.
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by JunkMonkey
4M ago
Which (apparently) well-respected books have you finished and wondered why you bothered? Wondered what all the fuss was about? I don't mean books you thought were bad or you just didn't like... Read more ..read more
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William Dean Howells - The Rise of Silas Lapham, My Mark Twain, &c.
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by Bick
8M ago
Anyone read any William Dean Howells? He was the 'father' of American realist literature by all accounts, notable for The Rise of Silas Lapham (1885) and was nicknamed the "Dean of American... Read more ..read more
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Reverend Insanity is peak fiction
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by FlawlessMatrix
9M ago
Gu Zhen Ren is probably the author I respect the most, considering how well written Reverend Insanity is. It's a shame the novel is banned ..read more
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Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
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by Brian G Turner
9M ago
I remember reading Great Expectations by Charles Dickens in English class when I was 14 years old, and really enjoying it - it was literature! And who could forget a character like Miss Haversham... Read more ..read more
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Sherlock Holmes Pastiches
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by chongjasmine
10M ago
I like pastiches which maintain original voice or style and looks something like what Doyle will actually write and set in the canonical universe. So no female sherlock, sherlock in mars, or... Read more ..read more
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