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Literature, often referred to as the mirror of society, is a powerful medium that transcends time and culture. This article explores the enduring power of literature and its role in shaping our understanding of the world. It emphasizes the role of literature in reflecting societal norms, values, and the human condition. The article also highlights its potential to evoke personal and societal transformation and promote cultural diversity and global understanding.
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