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2020.10.20 19:49 Ed_Sard Debunking Marx?
Whenever you hear of someone "debunking" Marx, it's almost always a combination of the following:
2020.10.20 19:49 SettyDub What's the longest you have gone without bathing/showering and why?
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2020.10.20 19:49 Halkyov15 Why You Should Be Reading
One of the weird things I've experienced in this subreddit is a strange reluctance to read. It is a strange trend, that a number of aspiring artists refuse to consume and analyze works in the medium they wish to create in; I have trouble imagining a sculptor refusing to see Michelangelo's Pieta, or a rock/metal musician who refuses to listen to, say, Dio or Metallica. But again and again, I run into it. When someone gives the advice to read, the poster refuses, give some excuse, or a reason why they won't. Or, even stranger, they say that they don't like reading.
It is the one constant that I've seen across writers. They all like reading. They might have difficulty getting time to read, say, but they all enjoy it. They might enjoy reading outside their genre rather than within it; Steven Erikson, for example, is primarily an epic fantasy writer who mostly prefers science fiction, but he still reads, and he has read in his genre, just not presently. But he still reads.
But the common objections to reading need an answer. Mostly because these common objections to reading are actively harmful and limiting to a writer, but also clarification to other writers. I'll also be explaining the benefits of reading.
Objection 1. "I don't want to rip off another writer's work!"
If you are doing this, it isn't a sign that you're reading when you shouldn't be, but the opposite. This is a sign that you aren't reading enough.
If you want to write fantasy but are worried you are ripping off Tolkien, then that is a sign that you need to go beyond Tolkien. Read Roger Zelazny. Read Robin Hobb. Read Robert E. Howard. Read C. L. Moore. Read Jack Vance. If you're worried that you're ripping off another's work, read more, and open your mind to greater possibilities. The phrase "milk a thousand cows, make your own butter" comes into play here.
Objection 2: "I don't want my writer's voice influenced by other writers!"
This is a similar issue with the above. Part of your writer's voice is what you talk about, how you phrase things. If you're finding yourself copying another's voice, read other writers with different voices. Read James Clavell, read Gene Wolfe, read Umberto Eco, read Borges. Read widely, read different authors.
But also, don't fear that your voice would become "contaminated" by outside influence. If you're writing, you ultimately control that. If there's a part of your voice you don't like, train yourself out of it. But don't use a fear of being influenced to neglect. In fact, in my experience, reading other writers has expanded my voice, giving me new tools to use in how to describe or portray things. Reading and borrowing other styles strengthens your own prose, because even when you let go of the style you're borrowing, part of it will stick with you.
Objection 3: "Why do I have to read these books if I'm writing X Genre?"
Stretching your mental muscles, so to speak. Broadening your horizons. But here's the more crucial thing; it gets you out of genre mindsets. Genres have certain characteristics to them, certain customs, certain conventions. If you only read one genre, you may think a lot of the customs are literature-wide.
But by stepping outside of genre, you can explore these from different angles, even bring in elements you like outside of genre. Maybe your epic fantasy could use some polyphonic discussions of philosophical themes a la Dostoevsky. Maybe your mystery novel could use techniques of science fiction worldbuilding to make the nondescript city backdrop come alive. Or maybe you decide to approach your romance from a different angle because of an old historical novel you read. It helps you to be aware of other genres, and also your own.
And you might discover a new genre to like. I didn't like literary fiction when all I was exposed to was Don DeLillo. Now I am salivating finishing my current read to dig into Umberto Eco's Foucault's Pendulum and enjoying Borges's fictions. You might not like fantasy if all your exposure to fantasy was D&D tie-in novels, but Guy Gavriel Kay or Robin Hobb might become your new favorite writer. But if you're going to explore a new genre, try to find the best in it. Don't self-sabotage yourself by choosing bad fiction to confirm any preconceived biases.
Objection 4: "It's easier to just be told writing is good; reading takes too much time!"
Reading, dissecting techniques used, it takes longer than just being told. It is more work, yes.
But it's also a far more holistic and balanced way to learn than just being told rules for writing. Just being told what is good or bad has no nuance, no grasp of flow. It results in people blindly grading works for following arbitrary rules. "This piece was genuinely moving and evocative, but it used adverbs, so that's a problem." "That piece had a good rhythm to it but you repeated a few words, you need to fix that." Advice to avoid common problems in beginner writing become iron-clad commandments.
But when you read, you have to dissect and figure out why something worked or why it didn't. You need to develop a critical eye, figure out how something affects you or another part of the story. This is positive as well as negative; while you may be able to learn how to use description to reinforce the characterization of a narrator, it's also useful to figure out exactly why a character's personality is as pleasant as a deep tissue massage with a cheese grater.
By reading widely, you train yourself to examine things, figuring out what works, what doesn't. It also has two effects. One, it humbles you, shows you the extent of what has come before you, and that's a good way to put yourself in perspective. Two, it also shows you the diverse ways of telling a story. We've all seen the "Is it ok to do X?" kind of posts, where the "X" in question is a pretty standard thing (different PoV for each chapter, flashback chapters, length of chapters, etc). For one thing, reading disabuses the writer of the idea that there is a "correct" way to do things (part of the reason I dislike the framing of these questions as asking for permission), and another, it gives a lot of exposure to different structures and methods of telling a story.
Objection 5: "I don't like to read, but I want to write."
This is the part I'm a bit nervous about, the part that might get controversial. My advice here is not to power through and do it for the sake of writing well. No.
I'd advise you to sit down and think. Do some introspection. Ask yourself hard questions.
If you "don't like to read" a certain type of book, this isn't you I'm talking. You might want a meaty philosophical discussion and find action-based stories dull. Or you might be the other way, wanting to see excitement and peril and falling asleep when you see lengthy ramblings. There is no accounting for taste, and if you hate the books you have to read, search for those of a different kind.
But if you dislike the idea of reading, if you want to figure out how to become a better writer without having to crack open a book... think about that. You're trying to improve in creating a work in a medium that you dislike. Why are you doing that?
I'm not telling you not to write. But I am telling you that if you are adverse to reading, it seems kind of strange that you're trying to write a book.
If you're writing a book to get it adapted, don't. You are sabotaging yourself out of the gate, writing a story in a different medium than it is meant for. If it's an attempt at easy money... well, the money to be found isn't easy by any stretch (it is possible to make a living, but it takes work).
And I think, if you despise reading, you have to look at yourself in the mirror and ask yourself why you want to write, why you want to create something you despise.
TL; DR: Reading is good for you, it expands your horizons and gives you new tools to use as a writer. Worrying about being "contaminated" or accidentally ripping off people is a sign you should read more. If you hate reading, I advise you to do some introspection to figure out why you want to create something you hate to consume.
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2020.10.20 19:49 StronglyBrewedCoffee [Help] My dog, Lucy, isn't eating or drinking. She isn't putting down her head either.
Hi. For the past couple weeks, Lucy is giving a lot of trouble to eat or drink. She has been consuming very minimal amounts of food and water.
Recently, she stopped eating completely. There is also a pain for her whenever I touch her neck. She isn't putting her head down to sleep. I don't know what to do. I can't afford to carry her for xrays, and the general vet only prescribed a 5-day dose of antibiotics and anti-inflammatories. What should I do?
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2020.10.20 19:49 YouAreAwesomee Is this sentence correct? "food is one of the things we can't survive without"
2020.10.20 19:49 dvdell Cute Butt
2020.10.20 19:49 peterkozmd Anyone else get stuck on trying to get update?
Did pretty much everything. Made sure the system is updated, hard reset, unplugged. Checked internet. Still won't let me play the game! Keeps saying try again later for update
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2020.10.20 19:49 hmuasaplink Anyone want it right now
2020.10.20 19:49 bashbros55 Chesa Boudin is a threat to public safety
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2020.10.20 19:49 PM_ME_SSTEAM_KEYS haha yes
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2020.10.20 19:49 Tdollaas Top crypto investment firm Polychain Capital just bought $4.78 million worth of yearn.finance (YFI)
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2020.10.20 19:49 Pika_is_Gay Any ideas on how to beat lvl 200 in Master café mode?
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2020.10.20 19:49 Nose_Fetish Best PBT spacebar?
I got a Pro 2 and realized the spacebar is ABS, I'd like to replace this with a PBT spacebar because the ABS one is sorta shiny.
I found the one on KBDfans, but I'm worried the color might not match the stock black caps on the HHKB.
Anyone know if there's a way to buy an original PBT spacebar?
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2020.10.20 19:49 treyturneron123 Getting back into airsoft after a few years away. KWA km4 sr7. While trying to figure out what/how to upgrade this picky thing (help) I figured I could make it look good while I do research.
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2020.10.20 19:49 RadioactiveChikn Homelander does what he wants, in any TV show (Banshee)
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2020.10.20 19:49 XavicLater On the fence of upgrading from Razer Ouroboros
As the title suggest, I’m on the fence of upgrading my Razer ouroboros that I’ve owned since it released. I was/am a MOBA player for the majority of my gaming years but now have shifted to FPS game (although bad). Is the Razer ouroboros outdated for FPS games due to its weight/sensor ? If I were to upgrade, I would either get the Logitech g pro wireless (don’t like cables after playing FPS games + it’s on a 20% discount), zowie fk 2, glorious model O or wait for the anticipated Logitech g pro wireless super light.
The reason I’m writing this is because I’ve just recently upgraded my keyboard from a Razer black widow keyboard to a novelkeys keyboard with holy panda switches and it felt like night and day.
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2020.10.20 19:49 m0nt4g Finished my first HG a few weeks ago decided I was ready for an MG. Maybe I overestimated my abilities looking at the size difference.
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2020.10.20 19:49 mstone897 In our backyard last night. Note the pattern on the belly[location: south carolina]
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2020.10.20 19:49 conservativebotfeed andrewklavan: And you can add @jack to this rogues gallery. https://t.co/wGJyfpupOv
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