English Literature- A close observation

English Literature- A close observation
 English Literature- A close observation

Literature is a way in which we can capture and interpret
what has happened and is happening to us personally and to the world as
a whole.  An entire culture exists in the written word, documenting
the collective thoughts of everyone who cared to share them with the
world.  Therefore, I believe that for one to truly be a part of human
society, it is critical that one take part in the evolution and
self-realization that is literature, even if only in the reading
aspect.  Writing, however, carries a grave importance, as literature
simply would not exist in the accessible form it does without written
word, and for that reason I believe all who can write should.  One
should take advantage of the great opportunity to be part of and
contribute to the world and society in which he or she lives through
writing.  I see literature in the societal sense a collective struggle
to understand and make the best of the lives that we have all been
given.  Literature serves as a way to enrich our minds, and presents a
way to improve the world not only through the beauty of its presence
but through the ideas and tangible possibilities it possesses.”

Matt Beachey

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