Welcome to /r/literature, a community for deeper discussions of plays, poetry, short stories, and novels. Discussions of literary criticism, literary history, literary theory, and critical theory are also welcome--strongly encouraged, even.
Book Quotes: When you read a quote so good you just have to share it
When you read a quote so good you just have to share it: /r/bookquotes!
ProsePorn: Words that get you excited
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Most Learned Society for the Prevention of Over-Analysis and the Abolition of Symbolism &c., &c.
A place where the Illiterati congregate, in their grand conspiracy to trick logical upstanding redditors into thinking that the author is dead and that books exist which aren't 1984 and Brave New World.
Literature videos and podcasts. Spoken word poetry, fiction readings, author interviews, short films, reviews, online courses, audiobooks, plays, literary porn, videos promoting books, or ideas uploaded directly by the authors or publishers. Digital recording as literature, without rules or boundaries. Evil PBS, basically.
Interviews, Documentaries, and Lectures
Share What You Read
This is a subreddit for you to share that passage you went back to read three times over, underlined, dogeared the page of, and forced your friends to listen to you read aloud - either because it was so well written, because the content was so interesting, or because it simply stood out to you.
Early Modern Lit
A place for Early Modernists to not only talk shop in Shakespeare, Marlowe, and Jonson, but also Milton, Spenser, Lanyer and other poets