Definition of literature
- Literature is the art the written works
- The body of written works of a language, period, or culture
- Imaginative or creative writing, especially of recognized artistic value: “Literature must be an analysis of experience and a synthesis of the findings into a unity” (Rebecca West).So literature is a form of imaginative and creative writing which have artistic value. and literature arise from experience analysis and invention of invention synthesis into a unity.
- The art or occupation of a literary writer.
- The body of written work produced by scholars or researchers in a given field: medical literature.
Life and literature
Life is not literature but life is literature life , the both of it distinct , but they are seen often as aliens to the author. Because when fact of life and literature imagination are brought by the author, then the writer is respected the author’s skill, and to a reader is vital importance in reading and civilizing the art of reading
The theme of literature
theme: the perception about life or human nature that the writer shares with the reader
The man in the book
Intention of the man in the book is a author writing and have imagination into written form.
Studying about writer background or biography of writer, in order to we know what the writer is real true a writer.
The reader and the writer
The reader man not share with the writer is a common talent for the creative management of language, but in his own way he is a artist, if he is contemplating the test , he is accepting what he likes and he checked what dislikes
And the author describes action and the reader developes attitude but the attitude of the reader are identical with the acts of literature
Biography of the author
Biography is boldness or story about life of someone, a biography more complex than simply list of is date of delivering birth or dead and datas work of someone, biography also tell a story about feeling in concerned in experiencing of the events.
Style is the way in which a work of literature is written. Critics may focus on diction, imagery, or rhetorical devices in a discussion of a writer’s style. While each great writer has his/her own unique style, certain characteristics of the material relate to the time period or literary movement with which the work is linked.