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"The Importance of the Usage of Truth in Literature, as Exhibited in Ordinary People"

Summary: "Ordinary People" emits such realism that it is able to clearly and accurately introduce a tragic situation that no human can be prepared to encounter. The tragedy is written with such excellent truth and detail that it is able to throw light onto a subject that is scarcely touched.
Critical Lens Essay

"When writers write from a place of insight and real caring about the truth, they have the ability to throw the lights on for the reader."

Books of all genres and time periods can strike chords of emotion deep within our bodies. They also have the ability to introduce the average citizen to events and situations unbeknownst to them that are frequently occurring around the world. Books give us insight into things that are occurring in other people's lives. "Ordinary People" emits such realism that it is able to clearly and accurately introduce a tragic situation that no human can be prepared to encounter. The tragedy is written with such excellent truth and detail that it is able to throw light onto a subject that is scarcely touched.

The reason for a book's impact on the reader is due to the writer's empathy for her...

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