"Haroun and the Sea of Stories" by Salman Rushdie
Stories are account of real or imagined events. Haroun and the Sea of Stories contains many of them that do not clearly distinguish the line between reality and imagination. In fact these stories, true or untrue, show that imagination is necessary to work and feed the mind as well as to provide hope and courage for life's daily challenges. For imagination is a part of reality.
Imagination is served by creative minds and can stir minds into creativity. Creativity is an expression of imagination. The Guppees, a colourful and diverse people, have immense imagination and engage in all forms o…
- "Haroun and the Sea of Stories" by Salman Rushdie
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