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Once released from the stone, the Sabers granted each of their wielders Ranger powers. They can be charged up to unleash their elemental powers. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. The survey also revealed that in the minority that does read, the number of women who admitted to reading surpasses the number of men by 6.

I am happy for these women, but I feel sorry for these men, and for the millions of human beings who could read but have decided not to read. They earn my pity not only because they are unaware of the pleasure that they are missing, but also because I am convinced that a society without literature, or a society in which literature has been relegated--like some hidden vice--to the margins of social and personal life, and transformed into something like a sectarian cult, is a society condemned to become spiritually barbaric, and even to jeopardize its freedom.

I wish to offer a few arguments against the idea of literature as a luxury pastime, and in favor of viewing it as one of the most primary and necessary undertakings of the mind, an irreplaceable activity for the formation of citizens in a modern and democratic society, a society of free individuals.

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We live in the era of the specialization of knowledge, thanks to the prodigious development of science and technology and to the consequent fragmentation of knowledge into innumerable parcels and compartments. This cultural trend is, if anything, likely to be accentuated in years to come. To be sure, specialization brings many benefits. It allows for deeper exploration and greater experimentation; it is the very engine of progress.

Yet it also has negative consequences, for it eliminates those common intellectual and cultural traits that permit men and women to co-exist, to communicate, to feel a sense of solidarity.

Specialization leads to a lack of social understanding, to the division of human beings into ghettos of technicians and specialists. The specialization of knowledge requires specialized languages and increasingly arcane codes, as information becomes more and more specific and compartmentalized. This is the particularism and the division against which an old proverb warned us: Awareness of the existence of the forest creates the feeling of generality, the feeling of belonging that binds society together and prevents it from disintegrating into a myriad of solipsistic.

Nothing better protects a human being against the stupidity of prejudice. The solipsism of nations and individuals produces paranoia and delirium.

This is the meaning of Proust's observation that "real life. This feeling of membership in the collective human experience across time and space is the highest achievement of culture. It has enabled individuals. Some critics and theorists would even like to change literature into a science. Reading good literature is an experience of pleasure. But the question is a good one. They are human creations. But literature has been.

He was advancing the particular proposition that as a result of literature life is better understood and better lived. Not even the other branches of the humanities--not philosophy.

But this will never happen. It exists to enrich through the imagination the entirety of human life. The humanities. In today's world. For novels and poems are not like the sound of birdsong or the spectacle of the sun sinking into the horizon. Literature transports us into the past and links us to those who in bygone eras plotted. An artificial life. No other discipline or branch of the arts can substitute for literature in crafting the language that people need to communicate.

In a surreptitious way. It is a poverty of thought. A humanity without reading. Without literature. Among other things. Literature does not begin to exist through the work of a single individual. And this leads me to think that not only is literature indispensable for a full knowledge and a full mastery of language. We learn how to speak correctly--and deeply.

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To speak well. For this reason. He was in Madrid not long ago and visited the Royal Spanish Academy. In an illiterate world. Immediately after making his amiable concession to the Spanish language. A community without a written literature expresses itself with less precision. This is true for individuals. Love and pleasure would be poorer. So far as I know. It represents also a limitation in intellect and in imagination. To define a film or a television program as "literary" is an elegant way of saying that it is boring.

It exists only when it is adopted by others and becomes a part of social life--when it becomes. And as language evolved. A person who does not read. It is hardly an exaggeration to say that a couple who have read Garcilaso. On the contrary.

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When we close the book and abandon literary fiction. Had I been there I would have booed Gates for proclaiming shamelessly his intention to send me and my colleagues. I am convinced. He also insisted that. I learned these details from the press. Gates argued that computer screens are able to replace paper in all the functions that paper has heretofore assumed. We become more intense. Literature is the food of the rebellious spirit. This is because all good literature is radical.

That goal. I cannot accept the idea that a non-functional or non-pragmatic act of reading.

I would never go to the screen to read a poem by Gongora or a novel by Onetti or an essay by Paz. Gates assured his listeners. Can the screen really replace the book in all its aspects?

I am not so certain. That is a chasm that I cannot cross. One seeks sanctuary in literature so as not to be unhappy and so as not to be incomplete. In all great literary texts. But even though I enjoy surfing the Web in search of world news.

What a disappointment awaits us! Yet a tremendous realization also awaits us. Yet it would almost certainly be used to denote a type of text as distant from what we understand as literature today as soap operas are from the tragedies of Sophocles and Shakespeare. And I would have vigorously disputed his analysis.

To ride alongside the scrawny Rocinante and the confused Knight on the fields of La Mancha. The term "literature" would not disappear.

I am fully aware of the enormous revolution that new technologies such as the Internet have caused in the fields of communication and the sharing of information. Without it. People will continue to read. The social and political effects of a poem. The fact that these effects of literature are difficult to identify does not imply that they do not exist.

All this may be true. All these things are born of unhappiness.

For this spirit that scorns life as it is--and searches with the madness of Don Quixote. The autonomous individual would not have been created.

Those adjectives include: Today we know that the insistence 5. To live dissatisfied. Even more than the need to sustain the continuity of culture and to enrich language.Working to improve water, sanitation and hygiene in East Africa - specifically Uganda. Possesses an array of radar dishes positioned under roof in car mode.

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