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What comes to your mind when you hear of literature?

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Of the word literature? Or when a salesman/TV host/cleb/friend calls a piece of work literature?
What type of literature?
First thing that comes to my mind is written work=]

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Sprawling libraries full of ancient philosophers and 20th century poets, the smell of books and fresh ink, and contentedness.
Poems...
Comes to mind Machado de Assis (:
when i think of literature i think of written works of all times through history, mainly stuff from the shakeshpeare era
The word literature makes me think about reading books and writing reports about them. It also reminds me of the tough literature teachers i used to have >.<

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