How does literature reflects on life reality?
Anyhow. Sometimes 100%, sometimes not at all.
i only know a little about the book. it could be speculative fiction, which basically tells an alternate reality (like Sci-Fi or Fantasy) but still tells something and reflects about how things are in real life. or another is Realism, which really reflects the "real" life but makes us think about how we normally view reality.... I'm just bluffing, really, why don't you do the same at school?
The Imitative Theory holds that art is an imitation of something and it is The Imitative Theory also includes that art gives us not only pleasure but also knowledge; insights into the nature of reality; it reflects a special view of reality. The story in a book, or on the stage, or in an essay, or even the feelings in a poem; not only resemble things in real life, but also clarify real life.
Literature is known as the mirror of life. Now for understanding this phenomenon we have to understand what is literature. its man who has created literature. Literature can be from a book, a drama, a song and literature is also known as a saga means that it never ends. Philosophy also is a literature. Literature shows us how life was created and how is ends also.
Why does Literature exist? I would love to start by citing two antiquities that sought to unravel the birth of Literature: Plato and Aristotle. Plato said that idea is the ultimate reality. He would say that art is bad for the reason that it takes away twice the reality of life. This is based from the theory called Mimesis that art is an illusion of reality and of the truth. Aristotle deliberately defended his own…
cuz they think reality tv is just like in the real life. they want their life to be just like people on reality tv. they think reality tv is the best way to get ready for the real life. they say these people are their role models. so if they watch reality tv they think that their life is going to become great.
Often, modernist literature will refer to one or more of the following themes: culture is broken, civilization is stuck, and reality is subjective. or Common themes include the assumptions that culture is broken, civilization is stuck, and reality is subjective. or Modernist literature often communicates a sense of discontinuity. or all of the above
Laura R. Villiger has written: 'Mari Sandoz' -- subject(s): Decolonization in literature, Frontier and pioneer life, Frontier and pioneer life in literature, Historiography, History, Indians in literature, Intellectual life, Knowledge, Literature and history, Middle West in literature, Swiss Americans, Women and literature