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PowerPoint vs Other Presentation Tools: Which is Right for You?
When it comes to creating impactful presentations, there are numerous tools available in the market. However, one of the most popular and widely used applications is Microsoft PowerPoint. While PowerPoint has been the go-to choice for many professionals and educators, it’s important to consider other presentation tools as well. In this article, we will compare PowerPoint with other presentation tools to help you decide which one is right for you.
PowerPoint: The Classic Choice
Microsoft PowerPoint has been around since 1987 and continues to dominate the presentation software market. It offers a wide range of features and functionalities that make it ideal for creating visually appealing slideshows. With its user-friendly interface, anyone can quickly learn how to use it effectively.
One of the key advantages of PowerPoint is its compatibility with various operating systems, including Windows and Mac. This means you can easily create presentations on one device and present them on another without any compatibility issues.
PowerPoint also provides a vast library of templates, themes, and design elements that allow users to create professional-looking presentations in no time. It offers a plethora of customization options, allowing you to tailor your slides according to your specific needs.
Prezi: The Dynamic Alternative
Prezi is a cloud-based presentation software that takes a different approach than traditional slide-based tools like PowerPoint. Instead of using slides, Prezi allows users to create dynamic presentations on a virtual canvas where they can zoom in and out and navigate through content freely.
This unique feature makes Prezi an excellent choice for storytelling or when you want to present information in a nonlinear format. It enables presenters to create engaging visuals that captivate their audience’s attention from start to finish.
Additionally, Prezi offers seamless collaboration features that allow multiple users to work on the same presentation simultaneously. This makes it an excellent choice for teams or individuals who need real-time collaboration capabilities.
Google Slides: The Collaborative Solution
Google Slides is a web-based presentation tool that is part of the Google Workspace suite. Similar to PowerPoint, it offers a range of features to create visually appealing presentations. Its intuitive interface and easy-to-use tools make it accessible to users of all skill levels.
One of the standout features of Google Slides is its collaborative capabilities. Multiple users can work on a presentation simultaneously, making it ideal for team projects or remote collaboration. It also allows for real-time commenting and editing, ensuring seamless communication among team members.
Another advantage of Google Slides is its integration with other Google Workspace apps such as Google Docs and Sheets. This integration allows users to import data directly from these apps, saving time and effort when creating presentations.
Keynote: The Mac-Friendly Option
If you are an Apple user, Keynote is the presentation software designed specifically for you. Keynote offers a sleek and modern interface with powerful tools that allow users to create stunning presentations effortlessly.
One of the key advantages of Keynote is its seamless integration with other Apple devices and software. You can easily create presentations on your Mac and present them using your iPhone or iPad without any compatibility issues.
Keynote also provides a wide selection of pre-designed templates that cater to various presentation styles. Additionally, it offers advanced animation and transition effects that can enhance the visual appeal of your slideshows.
Choosing the right presentation tool depends on your specific needs and preferences. PowerPoint remains a solid choice for its versatility, while Prezi offers a dynamic alternative for nonlinear storytelling. Google Slides excels in collaborative capabilities, especially for remote teams, while Keynote provides an excellent option for Apple users seeking seamless integration across devices.
Consider the features, ease-of-use, collaboration options, and platform compatibility when deciding which presentation tool suits you best. Ultimately, selecting the right tool will empower you to create impactful presentations that engage and impress your audience.
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Elements of Literature
Literary Terms for Study
Genres of Text ~ a brief overview ~ By Mrs. Mykal Knight.
Short Story Unit Notes.
ELEMENTS OF THE SHORT STORY The short story emerges from the writer’s careful manipulation of various formal elements, which will usually include: Plot.
Important Concepts Non- fiction can come in many forms: personal narrative, memoir, autobiography, and biography. Everyone has a story to tell. Personal.
Literary Terms Short Story and Novel.
Introduction to Literature Dr. Nabil Alawi
Short Story Unit Elements of Fiction English I. Think about a recent television show or movie you have seen. List the main events/details the best.
The Short Story English I The Definition Short Story- a fictional prose narrative containing less than ____________words Fictional= Prose= Narrative=
PROSE FICTION - NARRATIVES
Literary Term Notes Setting Where and when the story takes place: Time of day, place, season, time period, etc.
PRESENTING.... LITERATURE NOTES Literature is writings in prose or verse, having excellence of expression and expressing ideas of permanent or universal.
FICTION is prose writing that tells about imaginary characters and events. Some fiction is entirely made-up, while other fiction is based on real events.
Elements of Fiction Analyzing the Short Story. 10/24/ The Elements of a Short Story Plot Character Setting Point of View Theme Conflict Style.
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What is nonfiction literature? Nonfiction literature is not fiction. Nonfiction literature is true. It is about real people, places, things, and events.
Literary Terms English I. Genre A form or type of literary work. A form or type of literary work. –Short story –Novel –Lyric –Narrative –Non-fiction –Autobiography.
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho Elements of Fiction.
Forms of Literature Language Arts Standard: 7E1c.1 Discuss the purposes and characteristics of different forms of written text…
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What is literature powerpoint.
Welcome to our discussion of literature powerpoint! In this presentation, we will explore the definition of literature, its purpose, and why it is an important part of our English studies. We will also look at some of the key elements of literature and examine how it can be used to enhance our understanding of our culture and the world around us. So get ready to dive into the world of literature and gain an appreciation for its power and importance.
What is Literature Powerpoint?
Literature Powerpoint is a presentation tool used by teachers and students to present literary topics. It is a great way to present literary information in an organized and visually appealing way. With Literature Powerpoint, teachers and students can easily create slideshows to present literary topics in an engaging and interactive way.
Literature Powerpoint allows users to create slides with text, images, video, audio, and other multimedia content. Users can also incorporate interactive elements such as quizzes and polls to engage their audience. This makes it a great tool for teachers to use in the classroom to discuss literary topics with their students. It also allows students to learn more about the subject matter in a fun and engaging way.
Literature Powerpoint also allows users to easily collaborate on projects. This allows teachers and students to work together to create a presentation that is tailored to their specific needs. It also allows users to easily share and publish their presentations. This makes it easy for teachers to assign and grade student presentations.
Features of Literature Powerpoint
Literature Powerpoint has a number of features that make it a great tool for presenting literary topics. It is easy to use and has a user-friendly interface. Literature Powerpoint also allows users to easily customize the look and feel of their presentation. This allows users to tailor their presentation to fit the topic and audience.
Literature Powerpoint also has powerful features such as the ability to add animations and transitions. This allows users to add a bit of flair to their presentations. Users can also incorporate interactive elements such as polls, quizzes, and surveys. This allows users to engage their audience and make their presentations more interactive.
Finally, Literature Powerpoint allows users to easily share and publish their presentations. This makes it easy for teachers to assign and grade student presentations. It also allows users to easily collaborate on projects. This allows teachers and students to work together to create a presentation that is tailored to their specific needs.
Benefits of Using Literature Powerpoint
Literature Powerpoint is a great tool for teachers and students to use when presenting literary topics. It is user-friendly and allows users to easily customize their presentations. Literature Powerpoint also has powerful features such as the ability to add animations and transitions. This allows users to add a bit of flair to their presentations.
Finally, Literature Powerpoint allows users to incorporate interactive elements such as quizzes and polls. This allows users to engage their audience and make their presentations more interactive. This makes Literature Powerpoint a great tool for teachers and students to use when presenting literary topics.
How to Use Literature Powerpoint
Literature Powerpoint is easy to use and has a user-friendly interface. Users can create slides with text, images, video, audio, and other multimedia content. They can also add animations and transitions to add a bit of flair to their presentations.
Users can also incorporate interactive elements such as polls, quizzes, and surveys to engage their audience. Finally, users can easily share and publish their presentations. This makes it easy for teachers to assign and grade student presentations.
Examples of Literature Powerpoint Presentations
Literature Powerpoint presentations can be used to present a variety of literary topics. For example, teachers can use Literature Powerpoint to present the themes and characters of a novel or poem. They can also use Literature Powerpoint to discuss literary terms and literary genres.
Students can also use Literature Powerpoint to create presentations about literary topics. For example, they can create presentations about the symbolism in a poem or the themes in a novel. They can also use Literature Powerpoint to create presentations about their favorite authors or books.
Advantages of Literature Powerpoint
Frequently asked questions.
Literature Powerpoint is an interactive presentation program created by Microsoft that enables users to create dynamic and visually appealing presentations. It is an effective way to communicate ideas and concepts to an audience. It features a variety of tools and features that allow users to easily add visual elements to their presentations such as text, images, audio, and video. It also includes a range of templates and themes that can be used to customize presentations to a specific purpose.
What are some of the features of Literature Powerpoint?
Literature Powerpoint offers a range of features that can be used to create compelling and visually appealing presentations. These features include the ability to add text, images, audio, and video elements to the presentation. It also allows users to customize their presentations with a range of templates and themes. In addition, users can easily share their presentations with others by creating PDFs or uploading them to the cloud.
How do I use Literature Powerpoint?
Using Literature Powerpoint is relatively simple. To get started, users can open the program, create a new presentation, and then select a template and theme. They can then add text, images, audio, and video elements to their slides. Once the presentation is complete, users can easily share it by creating a PDF or uploading it to the cloud.
What are the advantages of using Literature Powerpoint?
Using Literature Powerpoint has a number of advantages. It is a powerful tool for creating engaging and visually appealing presentations. It also provides users with a range of features and tools that allow them to easily customize their presentations to a specific purpose. Furthermore, it allows users to easily share their presentations with others by creating PDFs or uploading them to the cloud.
What are the disadvantages of using Literature Powerpoint?
While Literature Powerpoint is a powerful and versatile tool for creating presentations, it does have some disadvantages. It can be difficult to understand for those who are unfamiliar with the program, and it can be time consuming to create presentations from scratch. Furthermore, some of the templates and themes can be restrictive, and it can be difficult to create truly unique presentations.
What platforms does Literature Powerpoint support?
Literature Powerpoint is available on a range of platforms, including Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android. It is also available as a web-based application, allowing users to access their presentations from any browser. In addition, it is available as a mobile app, allowing users to create and edit presentations on the go.
WHAT IS LITERATURE?
In conclusion, the Literature Powerpoint is an invaluable tool for anyone studying English literature. It provides an easy-to-use platform to explore literature, its different elements, and its impact on the world. Whether you are a student, teacher, or just interested in literature, this Powerpoint can help you become a more informed reader and better understand the power and beauty of the written word. Thank you for taking the time to explore this topic.
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Introduction to Literature
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Introduction to Literature. A discussion of literary awesomeness. What’s literature?. literature 1. The body of written works of a language, period, or culture. 2. Imaginative or creative writing, especially of recognized artistic value. 3. The art or occupation of a literary writer.
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Introduction to Literature A discussion of literary awesomeness
What’s literature? • literature • 1. The body of written works of a language, period, or culture. • 2. Imaginative or creative writing, especially of recognized artistic value. • 3. The art or occupation of a literary writer. • 4. The body of written work produced by scholars or researchers in a given field: medical literature. • 5. Printed material: collected all the available literature on the subject. • 6. Music All the compositions of a certain kind or for a specific instrument or ensemble: the symphonic literature. • http://www.thefreedictionary.com/literature
LITERATURE LEARNING • What’s literature? • The writing or the study of books, etc valued as works of art (drama, fiction, essays, poetry, biography, contrasted with technical books and journalism)(Hornby dictionary). • What’s learning? • The acquisition and development of memories and behaviors, including skills, knowledge, understanding, values, and wisdom.
The aims of literature learning • To widen our knowledge and visions to understand more about some great literary works, famous authors, and their thought. It will also make us get acquainted with their ideas, their feelings, and their attitudes towards life, man, nature and God.
The aims of literature learning • It is a means of transformation, that is, indirectly it may lead the wrong back to the right path although not all literary works are preaching and moralizing. • Instances: Hemingway’s The old man and the sea, • Dickens’s Oliver twist , Shakespeare’s Hamlet, George Eliot’s Silas Marner , Jonathan Swift’s Gullivers’s Travel, Stevenson’s Treasure Island and Oscar wilde’sHappy prince. • .
Another Distinction of literary genres: • Popular Fiction vs. “Serious” Literary works • Pop fiction like Harry Potter movies and pop song lyrics are considered less valuable than “serious” literary works like Shakespearian drama, Dickens's novels or Wordsworth’s poems
Tom and Jerry is a series of theatrical animated cartoon films created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, centering on a never-ending rivalry between a cat (Tom) and a mouse (Jerry) whose chases and battles often involved comic violence (despite this they sometimes become allies to defeat a 'greater enemy' such as Spike the dog). Hanna and Barbera ultimately wrote, produced and directed 114 Tom and Jerryshorts at the MGM cartoon studio in Hollywoodbetween 1940 and 1957, when the animation unit was closed.
The original series is notable for having won the Academy Award for Animated Short Film seven times, tying it with Walt Disney's Silly Symphonies as the theatrical animated series with the most Oscars. A longtime television staple, Tom and Jerry has a worldwide audience that consists of children, teenagers and adults, and has also been recognized as one of the most famous and longest-lived rivalries in American cinema. In 2000, TIME named the series one of the greatest television shows of all time.
SpongeBob SquarePants SpongeBob SquarePants (often referred to simply as SpongeBob) is an American animated television series, created by animatorStephen Hillenburg. Much of the series centers on the exploits and adventures of the title character and his various friends in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom.
Harry Potter • Harry Potter is a series of seven fantasy novels written by the British author J. K. Rowling. The books chronicle the adventures of a wizard, Harry Potter, and his friendsRonaldWeasley and Hermione Granger, all of whom are students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The main story arc concerns Harry's quest to overcome the Dark wizard Lord Voldemort, whose aims are to become immortal, conquer the wizardingworld, subjugate non-magical people, and destroy all those who stand in his way, especially Harry Potter.
Since the release of the first novel Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone on 30 June 1997, the books have gained immense popularity, critical acclaim and commercial success worldwide. The series has also had some share of criticism, including concern for the increasingly dark tone. As of June 2011, the book series has sold about 450 million copies, making it the best-selling books series in history and has been translated into 67 languages, and the last four books consecutively set records as the fastest-selling books in history.
The interestingness of Harry potter • A series of many genres, including fantasy and coming of age (with elements of mystery, thriller, adventure, and romance), it has many cultural meanings and references. According to Rowling, the main theme is death, although it is primarily considered to be a work of children's literature. There are also many other themes in the series, such as prejudice and corruption.
The Raid: Redemption • The Raid: Redemption (Indonesian: Serbuanmaut; also known as The Raid) is a 2011Indonesianaction film written and directed by Gareth Evans and starring IkoUwais. This is the second collaboration of Evans and Uwais after their first action film,Merantau released in 2009. Both films showcase the traditional Indonesian martial art pencaksilat. The fight choreographers of The Raid are IkoUwais and YayanRuhian who also worked on Merantau. The U.S. release of the film features music by Mike hinoda andJoseph Trapanese.
After its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), The Raid received positive reviews from critics. The name of the film was changed to The Raid: Redemption in the United States because the production company SPC could not secure the rights to the title; this also allowed Evans to plan out future titles in the series. It was released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on August 14, 2012 in the US.
Recently in Indonesian people talk about: • Secular literature vs Islamic/dakwah literature. • The secular one refers to Shaman’s AyuUtami and a writer like Dinar rahayu whereas the Islamic one refers to HTR, Asma Nadia, Tasaro’s “Nibiru”, Gola Gong etc.
The aims of literature learning • Literature helps us to be (become more) realistic, mature, wise and humane. It helps understand human values, sentiments, interests and problems. It brings us closer to other human beings of the same or different nationalities, cultures, human values etc. we become more tolerant, balanced and fuller.
Elements of fiction • 1. characters: protagonist, antagonist, minor characters. • 2. setting: time and place • 3. plot: beginning, complication, climax and resolution (dénouement) • 4.message/theme: what actually the author want to convey by his or her literary works of art.
The nature of good literature • Good literature must seem lifelike and meaningful. it is caused by its focus on the central themes of all literature: life, truth, justice and love. • .
The nature of good literature • The originality of the works of art. Instances: Hamlet and Machbeth were real historical characters but then Shakespeare by his craftsmanship and style made out of these old figures and stories in a new and fascinating light.
The nature of good literature • It should be life-enhancing. Matthew Arnold said about poetry as a criticism of life. Andre harjanasays,”literature deals with the theawakeing of mental conscience and inner self insight”(1985:22).
Some theories of Literature • 1. imitative theory • 2. expressive theory • 3. affective theory
Imitative or “mimetic” theory • This theory holds that art is an imitation of something. In his Poetics, Aristotle (382-322 B.C) says, that a tragedy is an imitation of an action that is serious and complete. it is not 100% imitation but a “re-creation” or “re-presentation”.
The Expressive theory • This theory holds that the artist is not essentially an imitator but a man who expresses his feelings. According to williamwordsworth, “poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings and “the poet’s job is to treat things NOT AS THE ARE..but as they seem to exist to the sense, the passion.” more than that it is an effort to pluck the blindfold from our eyes and melt the ice around our heart. It will deepen our sensibilities.
Affective theory • Affective theory insists that the aim is not to induce a temporary emotional state. But to induce emotional state that will lead to action. Leo Tolstoy said that emotion is not an end but a means. Alexander Pope said that the aim or art is to reform those whom it touches.
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What is literature powerpoint.
Welcome to this fascinating presentation on literature powerpoint. In this presentation, we will explore the history, purpose, and impact of literature powerpoint and how it has evolved throughout the years. We will examine the different types of literature powerpoint, from traditional stories to modern blog posts, and discuss the unique advantages of each. We will also discuss the importance of literature powerpoint in today’s society and how it can be used to communicate ideas, express creativity, and engage readers. So, let’s dive in and explore the power of literature powerpoint!
What is a Literature Powerpoint Presentation?
A literature powerpoint presentation is an educational tool that provides a visual representation of the material covered in the literature class. It is a great way to keep students engaged in the subject matter and help them to better understand the topics. It can also be used to create an interactive learning experience. The powerpoint presentation can be used to provide students with an overview of the literature, an introduction to the different genres and themes, and a review of the important aspects of the literature.
The powerpoint presentation can be used to highlight key points, provide visual aids and create an interactive learning experience. It is an effective way to present the content of the literature and help the students to understand the material. It can be used to introduce a new concept or explore the different aspects of a particular genre. It can also be used to review the material that has already been covered in the class.
The powerpoint presentation can be used to create a visual representation of the material that is being studied. This can be done by displaying images, diagrams, charts and other visuals. This will help the student to better understand the material and make it easier to follow. It can also be used to create a presentation that is more interactive. This can include using animation, sound effects, and interactive elements to make the presentation more engaging.
Benefits of Using a Literature Powerpoint Presentation
Using a literature powerpoint presentation can be beneficial in many ways. It can help to create a more engaging learning experience for the student. It can also help to break up the monotony of the traditional lecture-style learning. The visuals can help to keep the student interested and engaged in the material.
The powerpoint presentation can also be used to make the material easier to understand. The visuals can provide a visual representation of the material which can be easier to follow than just reading through the text. This can help the student to retain more of the information and to better understand the concepts.
The powerpoint presentation can also be used to provide a more interactive learning experience. This can include using animations, sound effects, and interactive elements to make the presentation more engaging. This can help to keep the students engaged in the material and provide a more enjoyable learning experience.
Creating an Effective Literature Powerpoint Presentation
When creating a literature powerpoint presentation, there are a few steps that should be taken to ensure that it is effective. First, the content should be organized in a logical manner. The visuals should be used to highlight the key points and provide a visual representation of the material that is being studied.
The visuals should be used to help the student to better understand the material and to provide a more engaging learning experience. Animations, sound effects, and interactive elements can be used to make the presentation more engaging. The visuals should also be used to provide an overview of the material and help the student to understand the key points.
The presentation should also be organized in a way that is easy to follow. The visuals should be used to provide an overview of the material and help the student to better understand the concepts. The presentation should also be organized in a way that is easy to follow.
Using Technology in a Literature Powerpoint Presentation
Technology can be used to enhance a literature powerpoint presentation. This can include using audio and video clips, animations, and interactive elements. This can help to make the presentation more engaging and help the student to better understand the material.
The presentation can also be enhanced by using interactive elements. This can include using quizzes, polls, and other interactive elements. This can help to engage the student in the material and help to reinforce the concepts that are being taught.
A literature powerpoint presentation can be an effective tool for teaching literature. It can be used to create a more engaging learning experience for the student and to help the student to better understand the material. When creating a literature powerpoint presentation, it is important to ensure that it is organized in a logical manner and that the visuals are used to highlight the key points. Additionally, technology can be used to enhance the presentation and make it more engaging.
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What is a literature powerpoint.
A Literature Powerpoint is a digital presentation software that allows one to create a visual presentation of elements from literature. It typically includes quotes, images, and audio to help create an engaging presentation. It is often used in classrooms to help students better understand a text or to give students an opportunity to express their own interpretations of literature. Literature Powerpoints can also be used in the business world to help train employees or to present potential customers with a product or service.
What are the Benefits of Using a Literature Powerpoint?
Using a Literature Powerpoint is a great way to engage students in the classroom. It allows students to better visualize and comprehend literature by showing them the text in a visual format. It also allows students to make connections between the text and their own personal experiences. Literature Powerpoints can also be used to help train employees in a business setting, as it can help to illustrate complex concepts in a more accessible manner.
How do I Create a Literature Powerpoint?
Creating a Literature Powerpoint is quite simple. All you need is a computer and access to a presentation software such as Microsoft PowerPoint. Once you have opened the software, it is just a matter of selecting the elements from literature that you would like to include in the presentation, such as quotes, images, or audio clips. Once you have chosen your elements, you can then decide how you would like to arrange them on the slides. Finally, you can use the various tools available within the software to add design elements and animation to make the presentation more engaging.
What Elements Should I Include in My Literature Powerpoint?
The elements that you include in your Literature Powerpoint will depend on the text and the purpose of the presentation. Generally, it is a good idea to include quotes from the text, as well as images and audio clips that are relevant to the text. You could also include summaries of the text, or your own interpretations of the text. Additionally, you could include facts about the author of the text, the context in which it was written, and the genre it belongs to.
What Tools are Available in Literature Powerpoint?
Literature Powerpoint offers a variety of tools to help you create an engaging presentation. These tools include the ability to add animations, transitions, and design elements to slides. You can also use the software to add audio clips and video to your slides. Additionally, there are a variety of templates available to help you create a professional looking presentation.
How Can I Share My Literature Powerpoint?
Once you have created your Literature Powerpoint, you can easily share it with others. You can do this by saving the presentation as a PDF file, which can then be emailed to others or uploaded to the internet. Additionally, you can use a cloud storage service such as Google Drive or Dropbox to share the presentation with others. Finally, you can also use presentation software such as Microsoft PowerPoint to share the presentation online, allowing people to view and collaborate on the presentation from anywhere.
In conclusion, literature is an important part of culture and history and can be explored in more depth through a literature powerpoint. Whether you are an educator, student, or enthusiast, a literature powerpoint can take your understanding of the written word to a new level. With its interactive nature and ability to present information in an organized manner, a literature powerpoint can be an invaluable tool in helping you gain a deeper understanding of the world of literature.
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The company’s flagship product is Pegasus, spyware that can sneak into a smartphone and penetrate everything, including its camera and microphone. Pegasus is designed to penetrate devices running on Android, BlackBerry, iOS, and Symbian operating systems and turn them into surveillance devices. The agency says it sells Pegasus only to the government and only for the purpose of tracking criminals and terrorists. An earlier version of Pegasus was installed on a smartphone via commonly used app vulnerability or through spear-phishing, in which a target user clicks on a link or secretly installs software to open a document.
It can also be installed on a wireless transceiver located near a target, or if an agent can steal the target’s phone. This means that the latest version of this spyware does not require the smartphone user to do anything. All that is required for a successful spyware attack and installation is to install a particularly weak app or operating system on the device.
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2. literature concept.ppt
Work Papers of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, University of North Dakota Session
SMART M O V E S J O U R N A L IJELLH
Literature is not just written, but also oral in the form. It is a form of art; it is known for its suggestiveness and its permanence; its universal interest and its individual style.
A paper discussing the differing opinions on what denotes a piece of writing as being "literary", from a New Criticism perspective and that of reader-response theory. John Donne's 'Holy Sonnet XIV' and B. S. Johnson's 'A Few Selected Sentences' are used to demonstrate both sides of this much debated coin.
Ahmet İhsan Kaya
Branches of art, in a general sense, constitute an integrity with their common traits. Yet, they differ in their functions, form sand capacities. Music has a phonetic construction, which consists of sound. Plastic arts such as architecture, sculpture and painting consist of marble, stone and paint. Literature, on the other hand, consists of words. The key element that separates art branches from each other is the material that is used for each and everyone of them. Due to its unique construction, literature is different from other arts with its multidimensional mental function and with the way it appeals to the senses. In this sense, with its distinctive aspects, literature must be used as a subject in scientific studies. Literature is an intellectual art branch which is built in brain by having kneaded of the elements such as language, structure, content and style. Literature is anthropocentric in everyway. Without a doubt, the key element that makes literature different in many aspects is language. This study investigates literature's differences from other branches of art in the context of its production materials.
Literature, in its broadest sense, is any written work. Etymologically, the term derives from Latin litaritura/ litteratura “writing formed with letters,” although some definitions include spoken or sung texts. More restrictively, it is writing that possesses literary merit. Literature can be classified according to whether it is fiction or non-fiction and whether it is poetry or prose. It can be further distinguished according to major forms such as the novel, short story or drama, and works are often categorized according to historical periods or their adherence to certain aesthetic features or expectations (genre).
Manoj K Maurya
Literature is the foundation of humanity's cultures, beliefs, and traditions. It serves as a reflection of reality, a product of art, and a window to an ideology. Everything that happens within a society can be written, recorded in, and learned from a piece of literature. Whether it be poetry or prose, literature provides insight, knowledge or wisdom, and emotion towards the person who partakes it entirely. Life is manifested in the form of literature. Without literature, life ceases to exist. It is an embodiment of words based on human tragedies, desires, and feelings. It cultivates wonders, inspires a generation, and feeds information. Even though it is dynamic, endless, and multi-dimensional, literature contributes significant purposes to the world we live in. Literature and society are closely related to each other since literature is the mirror of society. Sometimes literature and society inspire and even influence to each other. It is impossible to find a work of literature that excludes the attitudes, morale and values of the society, since no writer has been brought up completely unexposed to the world around him. What writers of literature do is to transport the real-life events in their society into fiction and present it to the society as a mirror with which people can look at themselves and make amends where necessary. Thus, literature is not only a reflection of the society but also serves as a corrective mirror in which members of the society can look at themselves and find the need for positive change. It is necessary to take a close look at some works of literature, in order to understand how literature actually reflects the society. In a literal sense, the word literature means ‗things made from letters'. Literature is the source of human knowledge and the documentation of human experience. Literature helps to understand the world around us and preserves the morals of people. Literature is understood in a multiplicity of ways. It is a body of written or oral works, such as novels, poetry or drama that use words to stimulate the imagination and confront the reader with a unique version of life. The underlying assumption here is that a work of literature is a creative, universal form of expression that addresses the emotional, spiritual, or intellectual concerns of humanity. Good literature is said to demonstrate craft and artistry and has the power to raise questions, provide fresh points of view, and expand the understanding of self and the world, stimulate and imagination and renew the spirit. To us literature is any creative, factual, and imaginative work about people and what they have done, believe and have created or are willing to create. Literature is multiple of: written in books,
The art of literature is not reducible to the words in 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. Literature is a form of human expression. But not everything expressed in words- even when organized and written down– is counted as literature.
It is difficult to provide a definition of the term "literature", but what can be argued is that literature is not the name of a simple, real phenomenon, but a comprehensive term that covers a wide range of activities. The word literature comes from Latin littera, which means letter, has the same meaning as the word literature, from the Proto-Slavic book (letter). They are synonymous, but it seems that the term literature has an advantage in the frequency of use. Keywords— literature, approach, language, words, teaching
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Eben K. Botwe
Philosophy in Review
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Otago German Studies
Ikechukwu O T U U Egbuta, PhD., SavvyFellow.
sher rahim baig
International Journal of Linguistics and Computational Applications
World Literature Studies
Theory of Literature as a Theory of the Arts and Humanities. Wiener Slavistischer Almanach, Sonderband 92
DR. MS. JEBA REGIS
H Özlem Anadol
Matthew A LaPine
Sofia Philosophical Review, Vol. XIV, No. 2,
Joseph Thomas Milburn
in Grenzen der Literatur: Zu Begriff und Phänomen des Literarischen, edited by Fotis Jannidis, Gerhard Lauer, and Simone Winko (Berlin: de Gruyter, 2009): 142-60.
Hussain H A M E E D Mayuuf
Selene Salinas Torres
Comparative Literature Studies
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