Power of literature

Call it survival literature, works that make you think, or food for the mind. About how far we can explore ideas to test the wilfulness of our thinking about how we see the world, or our relation to it, or what we have learnt in style and form from the many who write today.

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Power of literature

The works of Plato, Socrates, and Aristotle the most famous Greek philosophers contain virtues that promote perfection to a society if only human beings have the willingness to uphold and practice them. It all rests on storytelling. Literature in the Modern Era Literature in the present generation still exists as an expression of art, a source of knowledge, and an instrument of entertainment. It is an embodiment of words based on human tragedies, desires, and feelings. Anne Frank, a Jewish girl who was a victim of the Holocaust during the reign of Hitler in Nazi Germany, was only an innocent youth when she wrote a diary that details her life and struggles as a captive during that time. I also believe that more than ever, we are in urgent need of dedicated Aboriginal Narration and Oration Centres in our regions to build stronger storytelling skills, leadership in how we build stories and storytellers, and in how we use and safeguard stories. Do we know what these stories can mean for Australian literature, or to the literatures of the world?

Although he was excommunicated eventually because of this mere and blasphemous attempt of protest, the Christian church was then divided into two sectors: Catholicism and Protestantism. The most challenging question I have struggled with as a writer is how to expand the scope of my imagination to change perceptions.

If I ever need a grand adventure I can pick up a new book and travel to wherever I want whenever I want for a very cheap price.

Literature in History Literature is present during the era of the ancient world.

life and literature

Look after the rainmakers. It performs its own work. Once published, it becomes independent of the author and where it was originally published. In a letter I received from a well-known Chinese critic I met in Inner Mongolia recently, he spoke about fiction as being an important means of composing the reality of human culture, and ended his analysis of literary influences in the Chinese publication of Carpentaria by saying it was a book that not only belongs to me, but also belongs to the world.

Not only does it praise the country, it also emphasizes its beauty, acknowledges its history, and signifies its majesty.

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Why we read: authors and readers on the power of literature