Literature is defined as “a term used to describe written or spoken material” (Classic Literature). This can really be anything from a form of creative writing to any writings based on scientific or historical information. According to Albrecht, “Literature is interpreted as reflecting norms and values as revealing the ethos of culture, the processes of class struggle, and certain types of social facts” (Albrecht 425). However, to what extent does literature influence our understandings of other cultures? Literature can help form a better understanding of a society or the people that live within it. It can form certain standards of the society as well as reflect aspects of the soci...
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