Rereading The Metamorphosis

noun meta·mor·pho·sis \ˌme-tə-ˈmȯr-fə-səs\

: a major change in the appearance or character of
someone or something

(in biology) : a major change in the form or structure
of some animals or insects that happens as the animal
or insect becomes an adult

(Source: Merriam Webster Dictionary)

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The Power of Fiction and Why it Matters

Mario Vargas Llosa, a Peruvian Nobel Prize in Literature laureate cares to offer an in depth insight into what a fictional novel is, and why it is needed. Other than the needs, he also points out why it could be perceived dangerous by state and religion. Oiginally written in Spanish, the English translation titled Is Art the Fiction of Living? by Toby Talbot was featured in The New York Times on October 7, 1984.

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