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aidiore wrote:There was a time when Henry Miller in his crappy offcie at the postal service of U.S, haunted me with the irracional complications of a pretty simple life...and that was a good time....
then...from the darkest pit of nonsense...one british b...mmm...lady...rose and give us a new light...a new wind...and then you took that book into your hands...i took that book...and my eyes start bledding...that was because the childlish, bad written, characters horribly "constructed", history of a magician...
and dont get me started with that moron of dan brown...my FSM those books sucks...
WelshRarePasta wrote:On the TV front, I'd nominate Dexter and Carnivale as literary-quality television. There are others, but those two shows really impress me... and I'll never forgive the bastards for cancelling Carnivale ;(
Detective TurtleHolmes wrote:Well, you might hate Harry Potter books, but what JK Rowling has done to make kids actually want to read is monumental. She has created an appealing fantasy world, with entertaining plots and characters, but that isn't half of the "magic", excuse the pun. She has created a lust for the written word by the newest generation that not many other authors can do. That is her real accomplishment.
Now sit down.
Rainswept wrote:You have very odd tastes. I watch both those shows, and enjoyed Dexter enough to read the books (Only read the 1st 2, the 3rd sucks ass) but I'd hardly call it literature. Carnivale kept me watching for some reason I don't fully understand, but all in all I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
If I were picking a tv/film to call literature, I'd go with Casablanca and The Shawshank Redemption.
Capellini wrote:fueledbycoffee wrote:I should probably clear up my earlier comment. Sorry. I have a bit of animosity towards that which is extraordinarily popular, so that sometimes colors my statements.
Me too. In fact, I refused to read Harry Potter for seven years because it was so trendy. Once I got to the point where I no longer encountered anyone reading book 7 on the subway, that's when I finally agreed to read the series.
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