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    citizendangerx

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    + walking whilst chewing gum + filling out forms + self-portraiture + self-deprecation + seeing through bullshit + cuddling + giving advice + naps

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    MarkC077

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    I just picked up the book: Ernest Hemingway ~ The sun also risesSo I'll probably be reading that in the near future.

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    Slow - Daniel KahnemanMan's Search for Meaning - Viktor FranklGuns, Germs and Steel - Jared DiamondThe Old Man and the Sea - Ernest HemingwayThe Sun Also Rises - Ernest HemingwayFor Whom the Bell Tolls - Ernest HemingwayGreen Hills of Africa - Ernest HemingwayAs for movies, I'm a bit of a cinephile.

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    The Literature Test

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    The 20th Century Literature Test

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    Do you fancy yourself a master of allusion? Flex your literary fortitude and delight in the pleasure of intertextuality!

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    OkCupid doesn't have enough tests about literature. It's a damn shame. Plus, some of the ones it does have really suck. Revisionists, beatniks, peo...

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    Can you tell Fitzgerald from Faulkner? Kafka from Kierkegaard? From Shakespeare to Sedaris, we'll see just how much you've actually read. Good luck...

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