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  • I got James Baldwin and Dostoyevsky. Looking to read more by Nabokov (fucking loved Pale Fire) an Tolstoy. Idk why but these Russians can REALLY evoke the uniqueness of humanity

  • Really love Oscar Wilde writing

  • Toni Morrison
    F. Scott Fitzgerald
    Hemingway
    Joyce
    Pynchon
    Neruda
    Whitman
    Melville
    Twain
    Eliot
    Hurston
    D. F. Wallace
    D.H. Lawrence
    Gillian Flynn

  • Gillian Flynn
    Lisa Gardner

  • Vonnegut
    King

  • Purpose

    Vonnegut
    King

    Read Cat’s Cradle recently that s*** was very interesting

  • L A U D E D

    Toni Morrison
    F. Scott Fitzgerald
    Hemingway
    Joyce
    Pynchon
    Neruda
    Whitman
    Melville
    Twain
    Eliot
    Hurston
    D. F. Wallace
    D.H. Lawrence
    Gillian Flynn

    I neeeed to read more Morrison. Beloved was one of the best fiction works I’ve ever experienced.

    I also loved Bartleby, the Scrivener and Benito Serino gotta chug through more early American classics.

  • Marchisio

    I neeeed to read more Morrison. Beloved was one of the best fiction works I’ve ever experienced.

    I also loved Bartleby, the Scrivener and Benito Serino gotta chug through more early American classics.

    Lost Generation was the peak of literature

  • Marchisio

    Read Cat’s Cradle recently that s*** was very interesting

    Bet
    Only read slaughterhouse 5 and a book of commencement speeches by him

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    Bet
    Only read slaughterhouse 5 and a book of commencement speeches by him

    gotta check Slaughterhouse.

    Artboard

    Man was funny af irl too

  • L A U D E D

    Lost Generation was the peak of literature

    Hard to disagree with that

  • Marchisio

    gotta check Slaughterhouse.

    https://youtu.be/GOGru_4z1Vc

    Man was funny af irl too

    think he was a stoner

  • Purpose

    Bet
    Only read slaughterhouse 5 and a book of commencement speeches by him

    S5 is a perfect snapshot of someone dealing with trauma

  • In no particular order

    Tana French
    Ken Follet
    Margaret Atwood
    Donna Tart
    Stephen King

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