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What is the relationship between Literature and History?

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  • 1. What is the relationship between Literature and History? By: Maria Elisa Belarso
  • 2. Literature • The body of written works of a language, period, or culture. • The art or occupation of a literary writer. • It can be in a form of a Printed material.
  • 3. History • The study of past events, particularly in human affairs. • History is a narration of the events which have happened among mankind, including an account of the rise and fall of nations, as well as of other great changes which have affected the political and social condition of the human race.
  • 4. History (cont.) • History requires to be objective and true,not permite fiction.Literature is the creation activity of spirit,showing the great imagination and creation of human.History is one part of literature,and literature is also an essential aspect of history.Usually,history provides literature with abundant materials.
  • 5. S U M M A R Y History • is the story of humanity. • is the story of man’s representation of his own story — that is to say, what people through the ages have chosen to record and write down. Literature • It takes many forms. • They range from personal notes to poems and non-fiction articles. • can be presented in a number of mediums including online content, magazine and newspaper articles and in book form. TO MAKE IT SHORT: Literature and history both occur in numerous forms, from tax records and letters to full histories of whole nations and people.
  • 6. • Thank You For Listening…
  • 7. • Thank You For Listening…