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  1. Thread: Twenty Days

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    reminds me of faust... I would take the twenty...

    reminds me of faust...
    I would take the twenty days, only so I could read every book ever written. It has always frustrated me that even if you dedicated your entire life to reading you would never...
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    I considermyself a writer though I have never...

    I considermyself a writer though I have never published or finished a story completely. It is the passion to write that makes a writer in quite the same way it is the passion for dance that makes one...
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    Feed by M.T. Anderson After Death by D. Rheamey...

    Feed by M.T. Anderson
    After Death by D. Rheamey
    Soulforge by Margaret Weis
    Madapple by C. Meldrum
    Hamlet by Shakespeare
    The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown
    :idea:
  4. I have heard that 'on a pale horse' is the best...

    I have heard that 'on a pale horse' is the best one, I really like 'bearing an hourglass' and 'for love of Evil'. I also love the Xanth series but find the 'incarnations of immortality series is...
  5. Who has read the 'Incarnations of Immortality' series by Piers Anthony??

    Who has read the 'Incarnations of Immortality' series by Piers Anthony??
  6. :santasmilWhile biographies give the facts, they...

    :santasmilWhile biographies give the facts, they can only give the facts. A novel can delve into the darkest corners of someones sebconcious or bring you face to face with horribly real subjects. I...
  7. Another great example is Piers Anthony's...

    Another great example is Piers Anthony's 'Biography of an Ogre' and try reading his 'Incarnations of Immortality' series at the same time.
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    I can still respect the thoughts of those I...

    I can still respect the thoughts of those I admire, also many of the qoutes I use are because they can say what I think better than I can
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    Wolves are pack animals, but they do not possess...

    Wolves are pack animals, but they do not possess the higher rationality that lycanthropes in their human state.
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    interesting, but I consider the monster avictim...

    interesting, but I consider the monster avictim of circumstance, he was thrust into a world that didn't want him and then abandoned by his creator. I think these things convinced the monster that he...
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    That's a good point, but I find that with a...

    That's a good point, but I find that with a substantial and prolonged lack of friends, you attain an awesome awareness of self. I am not saying you should pursue this miserable state but if you are...
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    why isn't Piers Anthony on this?!

    why isn't Piers Anthony on this?!
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    I agree, the absence of these norms is known as...

    I agree, the absence of these norms is known as Anomie and I live my life with A&A= Apathy and Anomie
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    The Signifigance of the Werewolf

    The Werewolf to me represents humankind's fear that their essential animal insticts may take over. The fear is really a reflection on the horror which some people feel when faced with some of the...
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    When you look in a mirror, it is completely...

    When you look in a mirror, it is completely different to listening what others say about your face.
    If others think you are ugly, and you like what you see when you look in a mirror, then are you...
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    "I would rather be hated for who I am than loved...

    "I would rather be hated for who I am than loved for who I am not."
    -Kurt Cobain-
    "Wanting to be someone else is a waste of the person...
  17. I believe Hamlet is in love with Ophelia. He...

    I believe Hamlet is in love with Ophelia. He tries to deny this afterward because of two reasons:
    1- Having given up his scholarly career he knows he must become King and does not want to bind...
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    WHOA! Stop right there!:rage: For one; Hamlet...

    WHOA! Stop right there!:rage:
    For one; Hamlet does not "Whine" if you've noticed he does not say any of this to other people(except the "I have of late, etc" to Rosencrants And Guildenstern). He...
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    Hamlet is the greatest. He is the ultimate...

    Hamlet is the greatest. He is the ultimate person; completely aware of his own inner workings. I read once that the sign of a deep person is when he can not keep all his thoughts in his head, even...
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    Yes! And I think the reason it is SO long is...

    Yes! And I think the reason it is SO long is because he was trying to say so much.
    There's a method to his madness.
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    I concur completely, I loved 'Hamlet'. I've read...

    I concur completely, I loved 'Hamlet'. I've read a hundred times and I never stop loving every word of it.
    :nod::wave:
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    'Good' and 'Evil' exist in an individuals...

    'Good' and 'Evil' exist in an individuals imagination, I am not suggesting that they exist as energy or mass or that they exist in a similar way as love, or Love but 'universal agreement" is not...
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    Evil exists because of good, love exists...

    Evil exists because of good, love exists conceptually because hate exists but it would exist without hate, just have no meaning
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    Other than Humans, no animal is aware of it's own...

    Other than Humans, no animal is aware of it's own existance. They have no sense of self, they percieve only their surroundings. In a sense, does that mean they do not truly exist? This intrigues me...
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    Death is inevitable, once humans became aware of...

    Death is inevitable, once humans became aware of this the inborn "selfish Gene" that exists in even the simplest organism went into chaos. It makes us want to survive, even at the expense of others....
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