It has always been highlighten the kinship between literature and other types of art. Described, a play in drama, while read, a play is literature. Many adaptations on screen are based upon literature, mostly novels, even if, the majority of great plays were already filmed by which, it stimulated the growing process in a young individual. In prsent day, the requirements in writing a film has affected many writers in their style and structure of the novel. Most of modern fiction is written with the purpose of having “movie rights”, another account taken by most publishers. Literature assures the libretto for operas, the theme for most tone poems – even so anomalous, a form as Friedrich Nietzsche’s Thus Spake Zarathustra was interpreted in Richard Staruss’ music – of course, also assure the logics for most songs. The majority of ballets and modern types of dances are written based only on stories and poetry; in tone occasions, music and dancing “go along” with a text which is read by a speaker or sang by a choir. The mid 19th century represents the “peek” of literary, historical, and anecdotal painting despite the Surrealists , this “statement” in literature faded in the 20th century. The broken boundary between literature and arts is more subtle nowadays, mostly in the use of parralel technoques – for instance, the national dissociation of the culrits or the spontaneous action painting of the Abstract Expressionists , both “blooming” at the same time with the mistaken narrativeness of some authors in the 1950’s and 60’s. The traditional values of Western civilization, which the Victorian had only begun to question, came to be questioned seriously by a number of new writersm who saw society breaking down around them. Traditional literary forms were often discarded, and new ones succeeded one another with bewildering rapidly, as writers sought fresher ways of expressing what they took to be new kinds of experience, or experience seen in new ways....
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