anonymous
  • anonymous
What is a book, play, movie, poem, or other work that you consider literature, and what is one that you do not consider literature? Finally, what is a work that you consider in between? Explain your answers. Will give medal!!!!
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anonymous
  • anonymous
a movie wouldnt be concidered literature because literature contains writing and showing something with a narrerator like a play has narroration as most movies do not.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I would say a movie is not a literature, although it has a script, it is often only shown in the movie, and never read aloud. I would consider a play in between, because when people are putting on a play, it isnt exactly literature, but people read plays all the time. Like romeo and juliet is considered literature, but it is also read a lot in schools. Plays have scripts that you can read aloud or present, but movies are usually only used for visual use rather than reading.

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