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Why did literature said to be an enduring expression of significant human experience?

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Literature is said to be an enduring expression of significant human experience for several reasons. One, we can often relate to the experiences of others when we read their writings. Also, once a piece of writing is published, it can remain available for centuries. And, the most important events in history are recorded in writing.
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