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What does work offer to literature? The connections are listed.

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The issue of literature and work is in interesting developmental phenomenon. However, before highlighting what work offers literature one must first have an understanding of the word literature itself.

In a broad sense literature is, as defined by the word itself, an "association of letters or symbols" regardless of the language from which they come. Literature serves the purpose of conveying thoughts and ideas to the audience regardless of the material on which it is ascribed - paper, rock, computer, etc. Literature is not only intended to convey an author's message but also acts as an accounting of the thoughts of the writer his or herself. Today, due to great advancements in science literature has been broken down into two ...

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