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  1. Introduction
  2. Influencing an individual's life
  3. Words of literature
  4. The analytical view point
  5. The readers view of a story
  6. The idea of the imagination
  7. Conclusion

Art is life and life is art. There is no difference, at least not when literature is at hand. Three key elements exist in the realization of a written work of art. There is the author who gives the unintentional start to the creation of literature as an art form. Also there is the reader who brings life to what first appears to be a simple story. The third and most important element of a written work of art is the imagination which is the bases for all literature and, for that matter, art.

[...] It is the reader who creates the meaning of the story; the idea of having no control and a man trying to stay in control to keep him from losing ?everything.? It is these thoughts and analyses of paintings, architecture, and most importantly literature that define these works of art to become something of true beauty. Art and literature are the bridge between the imagination of the writer or painter to that of the reader or viewer. The idea of the imagination being the life one lives is possibly much overstated. [...]


[...] The imagination's art Art is life and life is art. There is no difference, at least not when literature is at hand. Three key elements exist in the realization of a written work of art. There is the author who gives the unintentional start to the creation of literature as an art form. Also there is the reader who brings life to what first appears to be a simple story. The third and most important element of a written work of art is the imagination which is the bases for all literature and, for that matter, art. [...]

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