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Unformatted text preview: First of all I have the utmost respect in my heart for Pamuk; he is one of the greatest writers to emerge from the Middle East. I totally agree with his statement that modern societies, tribes and nations do their deepest thinking about themselves through reading novels; through reading novels, they are able to argue about who they are Novels are very important part of our lives. I still remember when I was a kid my mom use to buy me a lot of novels, and through them she wanted me to learn a something new everyday, so I can be a better person. Human mind is of no use until we give it some input to process, and then it provides us with an output. Novels provide the voice to an issue, address a problem we need to think about. We can also call it a wakeup call for some of us who live in their own world; novels help them get acquainted with the stuff going around in the society. For e.g. the novel called Snow by the man himself Pamuk, takes the readers in a different state of mind, where they face a lot of realities of life, and...
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- Spring '08