Reading Imaginative Literature
Over the centuries people had not find clear definition of literature because nobody can explain where ambits of it are. Nobody knows is it material or moral values and has it impact to have a control in a society? But writers are partly happy because their works are not regulated by some lows. Everything what is made by author is unique and unrepeatable.
While fictional has definition, there are stories, poems and plays. It is not based on facts or historical events. That is why it is called imaginative literature. When we read it, we can just enjoy text instead of observing some facts. They are in a base of descriptions in dictionaries. On the contrary, imaginative literature grounds on experience and feelings. It generalizes concepts and shoves everything in a figurative sense without any accuracy. In poems we can see it with rhythm, word choices and line breaks help. So, we can imagine everything without experience of ourselves. Imaginative literature helps us to visualize, not definite the world. Good imagination separates a person who likes reading over a person who cannot do it. …
- Reading Imaginative Literature
- The Place - after Reading Steinbeck's "The Winter of Our Discontent"
- The Price of Utopia - on Huxley's "Brave New World"
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