April 04, 2017 @ 01:15 PM

Literature

It would be strange for many of us to know what literature is or what importance does it hold and whether it should be taken as a subject of study. The study of literature is considered out of bound for many of us as compared to foreign universities where it is being widely studied and pursued as a career.

The literature that you studied in high school and college wasn't written solely for the purpose of entertainment. Literature conveys the human experience, all those abstract ideas that we know intuitively, but don't understand unless we explore them in stories and discuss them with others. 

Language forms the soul of the literature and to understand its aura one should have the ability to play with the words to put forth his emotion. The works of William Shakespeare, Jane Austen and Margaret Mitchell speak volumes about their romance with literature. Infact, the Indian epics- Ramayana and Mahabharata are the rich literary pieces which are being passed as a legacy from generation to generation.

The relatively recent Harry Potter series made record breaking sales across the globe and carved a niche for author J.K. Rowling. And when we talk about children's authors it would be incomplete without the mention of all-time popular authors like Enid Blyton, Roald Dahl and Mark Twain.

The most astonishing facet of literature is that it encompasses history but on the other hand history can’t encompass within itself the elements of literature. Literature sometimes works as a historical chronicle. For example, Shakespeare wrote many historical plays depicting the "real" political and social state of Britain at different periods of time like HenryIV", "HenryV", "Henry VI" and many more. Hence, literature can easily show you a piece of your land's history and make it easy for you to learn incidents by heart, instead of mugging them from some dull and monotonous history books.

Broadly speaking, "literature" is used to describe anything from creative writing to more technical or scientific works, but the term is most commonly used to refer to works of the creative imagination, including works of poetry, drama, fiction, and non-fiction.

Literature is known by many names such as classics, learning, erudition, belles-lettres, lit, literary works, written work, writings and books. Many of us confuse fiction and classics with literature when it is the other way round. Fiction is a work of the imagination or invention, which contrasts with non-fiction (which is usually thought to be based on facts). Written works like novels, short stories, plays, and poems are fictional. A work of fiction is a work of literature, but the term "literature" encompasses far more than just fiction.

A classic usually expresses some artistic quality- an expression of life, truth, and beauty.A classic stands the test of time. The work is usually considered to be a representation of the period in which it was written; and the work merits lasting recognition.

Many people are self-proclaimed lovers of literary works. Literature represents a language or a people: culture and tradition. We learn about books and literature; we enjoy the comedies and the tragedies of poems, stories, and plays; and we may even grow and evolve through our literary journey with books.

It is a prevalent opinion that literature is like all arts a mere play of imagination, pleasing enough like a new novel without any serious or practical importance. We may discover meaning in literature by looking at what the author says and how he says it. Literature is important to us because it speaks to us, it is universal, and it affects us. Even when it is tragic, literature is beautiful.

Bringing literature into your mind elevates your thinking process. Literature expands your learning and helps you in writing and understanding different phrases. Literary works are portrayals of the thinking patterns and social norms prevalent in the society. They are a depiction of the different facets of common man's life.

Classical literary works serve as a food for thought and a tonic for imagination and creativity. Exposing an individual to good literary works, is equivalent to providing him with the finest of educational opportunities. On the other hand, the lack of exposure to classic literary works is equal to depriving an individual from an opportunity to grow as an individual.

Bringing literature into your mind elevates your thinking process. Literature expands your learning and helps you in writing and understanding different phrases. Literary works are portrayals of the thinking patterns and social norms prevalent in the society. They are a depiction of the different facets of common man's life.

Classical literary works serve as a food for thought and a tonic for imagination and creativity. Exposing an individual to good literary works, is equivalent to providing him with the finest of educational opportunities. On the other hand, the lack of exposure to classic literary works is equal to depriving an individual from an opportunity to grow as an individual.

Prose, poetry, drama, essays, fiction, literary works based on philosophy, art, history, religion, and culture and also scientific and legal writings are grouped under the category of literature. Creative non-fiction and literary journalism also fall under literature. Certain extremely technical writings such as those on logistics and mathematics are also believed to be a part of literature.

Though languages form the building blocks of literature the study of literature cannot be restricted to only studying languages. A degree in language and literature is perhaps unable to provide one, with everything that literature can offer. Literature is the foundation of life as it provides the ability to connect human relationships and demarcate what is right and what is wrong. Therefore, words are alive more than ever before.

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