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Problems of Second Year College Students in Analyzing Edgar Allan Poe’s Poetry
A Thesis Presented to
The Faculty of College of Arts and Sciences
Araullo University PHINMA Education Network
In Partial fulfillment of the Requirements of the Degree
Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English
Chona Mae Cunanan
Reggie dela Cruz
School Year 2012
Literature reflects on the history. It covers beliefs, traditions, customs, and education. Literature is a way in which it captures and interprets the way of living. An entire culture exists in a written word, documenting the collective thoughts that create impact to the world.
“Literature enriches the necessary competencies that daily life requires and provides; and in this respect, it irrigates the deserts that our lives have already become.” (C.S. Lewis, a British scholar and novelist), this adage is perhaps the most appropriate description of the importance of literature. Literature is considered as a mirror of life. It reflects the realities of the times, situations, conditions, the people, and their lifestyle. Likewise, literature offers the wisdom as well as delight to every person of temperament, color, education, and culture. In everyday life, literature plays a vital role. Through literature individual can easily interact and connect with other people.
Literary works serve as a food for thought and a tonic for imagination and creativity. Exposing an individual to good literary works, is equivalent to proving with the finest educational opportunities. On the other hand, the lack of exposure to literary works is equal to depriving an individual from opportunity to grow and be a better one. Literature serves as an enormous information base. Several ancient scriptures relating human stories of human evolution and narratives of human life in those times have...
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