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Literature about social injustice inspires anger and encourages action for change. Religious literature helps people find and nurture faith. All literature helps people expand their minds. Literature also affects people by offering them a way to express themselves through writing and reading.


Poetry and literature generally do this in a quiet and unobtrusive way. Novels are known to have changed the direction of the human mind and set in motion movements that have altered our ways of life. The influence of literature on society is felt directly or indirectly.


Literature plays a very important and strong role in the awareness of civilization. With the help of a pen, we can change the mentality of the society. It has evolved many different ideas which has brought social reforms like prevention of sati pr...


…Ancient and Modern Literature and The Influence of Literature upon Society). This complex work, though not perfect, is rich in new ideas and new perspectives—new, at least to France. This complex work, though not perfect, is rich in new ideas and new perspectives—new, at least to France.


The authors that would be born out of the revolution would portray the hearts of the citizens; the popularity of literature grew because the message of it was for every man and the impact it had on society was greater than ever before.


It does not. If you say America unlock the doors, you may inspire or depress individuals, potentially adding or subtracting upon the oversoul.


Historical literature reflects the society of the time period in which it was set, but in my opinion, is used as a tool to shape the societies and cultures of the future by informing us of things that occurred in the past that both should, and should not, be repeated.


Society has great effects on literature, philosophy, or on any genres of art. Literature is born of social beliefs, thoughts, ideologies, and society is a great river and literature is a rivulet, a tributary and literature gets lots of materials, resources from society.


But does it? How do we know? That is a problem which Mack ignores. There are empirical investigations into the question of whether reading literature does affect our beliefs (by, for example, Richard J. Gerrig, Jèmeljan Hakemulder, and Melanie C. Green and Timothy C. Brock), investigations that Mack does not mention.


Literature helps to add culture to readers lives, which in turn has an effect on society. Have you read literature before? If you have, you should be able to answer this thoroughly. If you haven't, be honest with your assignment and say that you haven't had experience with literature and therefore don't have any insight.