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TagsAmerican Literature (45), Russian Literature (28), Modernism (20), Madness (18), Existentialism (17), Poetry (15), Non-Fiction (15), Nihilism (15), Detective (14), Suicide (14) — see all tags

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Favorite authorsRaymond Chandler, Fyodor Dostoevsky, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Friedrich Nietzsche, Sylvia Plath, Leo Tolstoy, Virginia Woolf (Shared favorites)

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now, i wonder if suicide here is suicide as an act, or a category of literature? if it's the first, then, i'm talking to a dead man. otherwise, i'd resort to a footnote camus makes in the myth of sysyphus, where reference is drawn to a french author who, in a claim for publicity of his book, committed suicide. unfortunately, this drew no little notoriety to his work. i never find much joy in revelling over death, short of aurelius's notions of it as an absolute end, *the* ultimate, untimely end, to which all human action is but the reverse side. (if we're to reduce things to dichotomies, which i find distasteful.) roll tide.
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