Science Fiction Impact On Literature: Literature And Film Historical Perspective

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TABLE OF CONTENT  Acknowledgements………………………………………….  Abstract………………………………………………………  Literature & Film Historical Perspective……………………………………………………  Popular Novels & Films……………………………………………………………  Classical Literature & Films……………………………………………………………  Comics and Films…………………………………………….  Science Fictions Impact on Literature………………………………………………………  Conclusion……………………………………………………… ABSTRACT Literature has been flourishing from thousands of years and has always been a huge reason of storing historic moments and acts in written form. However, film had arrived just half a century back but the roars it had created by being a tool of influence, learning and entertainment is still magnificent. Literature is written words through letters but its attachment…show more content…
Why should anyone spend precious time with literature when there is so much reading material available that provides useful information about everything from the daily news to personal computers? Certainly one of the most important values of literature is that it nourishes our emotional lives. An effective literary work may seem to speak directly to us, especially if we are ripe for it. The inner life that good writers reveal in their characters of tens gives us gimplses of some portion of ourselves. We can be moved to laugh, cry, tremble, dream, ponder, shriek or rage with a character by simply turning a page instead of turning our lives upside down. Huma emotions speak a universal language regardless of when or where a work was written. Literature allows us to move beyond the inevitable boundaries of our own lives and culture because it introduces us to people different from ourselves, places remote from our neighborhoods and times other than our own. Reading makes us more aware of life’s possibilities as well as its subtleties and ambiguities. People who read literature experience more life and have a keener sense of a common human identity than those who do…show more content…
Readers are sometimes changed by literature but it is also worth noting that the life of a literaru work can also be affected by its readers. Literary reputations and what is valued as great literature change over time and in the eyes of readers. Such changes have accelerated during the past thirty years as the literaturary canon those works considered by scholars, critics, and teachers to be the most important to read and study has undergone a significant series of shifts. Writers who previously were overlooked, undervalued, neglected or studiously ignored have been brought into focus in an effort to create a morediverse literary canon, one that recognizes the contributions of the many cultures that make up American society. E.g : male vs female writes- equally valued
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