Literature and Community 1

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Literature and Community 1 Literature affects on our community Kristina Snyder English 125: Introduction to Literature Sarah Ross January 18, 2010
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Literature and Community 2 Literature has many reflects on our community in many ways. The many ways that Literature can reflect our community by reflecting from language from within the communities. Literature can also reflect communites by helping other express emotions and their way ways of life. People use literature to express how they live, what they see, religions, beliefs, and to demonstrate certain conversations, and many other things.
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Literature and Community 3 Literature has been around for centuries and for more centuries to come. It is away for many to show emotions on how they are feeling at a certain point in time or how they felt once upon a time. The story “ Metamorphosis” by Franz Kafka expresses many ways of his life. He paid off his father’s debts by working hard every day and providing a life for his parents and sister that they could not otherwise afford (Diyanni, 2007, pg. 613). He also expresses how he feels in many ways the reader is immediately spun into an amazing dream-like world in which a normal, everyday, and perhaps even dull man is turned into a humongous insect (DiYanni, 2007, pg. 612). What is soon becomes the most intriguing facet of this story is the depth of his life rather than him becoming a bug. Many of these types of stories can either be fiction or non-fiction. Some people choose to write about the everyday life and the emotions that they may see in real life or just emotions from a made up story. Either way, it helps people in every community to express emotions on how they are feeling. The story the
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