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Classic Literature Anonymous 01/13/2021 (Wed) 16:31:07 ID:55e33a No. 1173
Hi anons! Are there some pieces of classic literature that you feel are really worth reading? I'm looking for something that is not really mainstream, preferably from the XIX century.
>>1173 Personally I would recommend the Orphic Hymns [file 2], Grim's Fairy Tails, Mahabharata, Upanishads, both the Egyptian & Tibetan Book's of the Dead, Emerald Tablets [file 3], Alchemical Meanings of the Twelve Labors of Heracules [file 4] Though maybe you didn't actually mean classic classic, maybe you meant contemporary? **19th century is hardly classic, even renaissance era works are not considered classics under most circumstances. So in that case here's a somewhat recent favorite of mine, published 1932, post posthumously, the Zodiac and the Salts of Salvation [file 5].
>>1173 Though if you just wanted reading lists, I have plenty of those. Use http://libgen.rs/ and you should find nearly all titles.
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>>1190 >Greenpill
>>1173 Maybe not "classic literature" but victorian/ early 20th century Historians/ Political scientists are always worth a read Thomas Carlyle, Gaetano Mosca, James Burnham.
>>1267 Stop pushing your commie garbage in a thread for CLASSICAL literature, faggot.
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