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Why did literature said to be an enduring expression of significant human experience?
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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we can learn about the world where it came from or what is it's culture....
hmm...you might have to buy it.
The White Horse of Alih is a story by Alvarez Enriquez. It is about being dishonored, then seeking and finding redemption at the end.
mate that don't make sense go get a book and eat an apple pie after you've cooked your dads face
What director who once reputedly likened actors to cattle also said The length of a film should be directly related to the endurance of the human bladder?
A significant human experience is something that happens to you that is very important or makes a big difference in your life. Examples might be: Birth, death, mar…riage, divorce, child birth, a debilitating injury or sickness, a sudden change in circumstance to/from wealth, or your conversion to/from a particular belief - might be a personal experience with God, etc.
many things is history, religion and in myths had the number 3 3 fates, Cerberus had 3 heads,trinity etc
The coldest temperatures that human's can endure would be as cold as it can possibly get if they were properly dressed for those conditions. At the South Pole in 1983 a record… low of -128.6F was set and i will bet that on that day that someone who was 100% covered up did go outisde for a brief few moments. No one would ever be able to function outside in temps like that but up here in Canada i have heard of people working outside in -75F weather with machinery..
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Literature in the eighteenth century is known for its remarkable variety in tone and genre. There was lots of satire, open religiosity, and seduction. Plays contained lots of …sexual innuendo and reflected Charles II's love of women, food, and money. An example of a famous play from the eighteenth century is Wycherley's "The Country Wife". In the eighteenth century was the birth of the novel, with well known artists including Daniel Defoe, Henry Fielding, Samuel Richardson, and Jonathan Swift. During the century, the first dictionary with normalized spelling was written by Samuel Johnson and John Dryden became the first literary and artistic critic.
The essence of literature is the war between emotion and intellect, life and death, etc. The significance is that it reflects the culture at the time and preserves it for …future generations.
In literature, anyone can express their feelings without being or feeling judge. What literature does, is that it allows us to confess how we're feeling. When it's only you, a… pencil or pen, and a notebook or journal, your feelings and emotions are able to flow out. When your writing, and your feeling either angry or hopeless, those emotions start to appear in your writing. It's always good to express your emotions on literature, if your not able to express them vocally.
The Tao Te Ching is the most common of Taoist books. This book lays the initial beliefs of Taoism.
Are you looking for it's significance in a specific book or in literature in general? For example, in the Hunger Games, Katniss' sister is named Primrose to show her fragile a…nd innocent nature.
Catcher in the Rye is a popular novel of the mid2oth Century written by J. D. Salinger. This book encompasses a young man feeling alienated within an urban culture.