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Literature arts! The Exclamation Point is a 70,000 word run-on sentence! There is nothing quite like it anywhere!

The Exclamation Point is a run-on sentence that combines painting and sculpture and jazz and Afro-Brazilian music to deliver a literary frenzy that runs across the pages like a bullet train! Literature arts! This run-on sentence begins in Brazil with a dozen dudes beating on huge thundering drums and then the run-on sentence charges across the continents.

This is wild literature! The Exclamation Point is a literary explosion that's married to music and painting and sculpture and modern dance - The Exclamation Point combines all the arts to produce a literary sensation!

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Arts & Literature
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Creating and expressing ones' self through various media, such as art and literature, has been a desire of mankind since the beginning of time. Also an art form, literature has been used to express mankind's deepest observations, most profound thinking and firmest beliefs; it encompasses many genres such as drama, poetry and novels. While both the physical arts and literature are a form of self-expression, each also represents a profession. Explore the world of arts and literature and discover mankind's fascination with self-expression.

 

Arts & Literature
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If people can create it, you’ll probably find it in this category. Literature and the arts spans everything from writing books, designing buildings, sculpting stone, and painting on a canvas, to designing fashion, writing an article, and acting in a play. From the first cave paintings to modern works in the digital age, it’s always been about communication and expression.

 

The Art of Literature

(from an Encyclopaedia Britannica article)

Definitions of the word literature tend to be circular. The Concise Oxford Dictionary says it is “writings whose value lies in the beauty of form or emotional effect.” The nineteenth-century critic Walter Pater referred to “the matter of imaginative or artistic literature” as a “transcript, not of mere fact, but of fact in its infinitely varied forms.” But such definitions really assume that the reader already knows what literature is. And indeed its central meaning, at least, is clear enough. Deriving from the Latin littera, “a letter of the alphabet,” literature is first and foremost mankind’s entire body of writing; after that it is the body of writing belonging to a given language or people; then it is individual pieces of writing.

But already it is necessary to qualify these statements. To use the word writing when describing literature is itself misleading, for one may rightly speak of “oral literature” or “the literature of preliterate peoples.” The art of literature is not reducible to the words on the page; they are there because of the craft of writing. As an art, literature is the organization of words to give pleasure; through them it elevates and transforms experience; through them it functions in society as a continuing symbolic criticism of values.

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