The Importance Of Science In Literature

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Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird has created vibration among the readers. The works of writers like Norman Mailer’s The Naked and the Dead, Joseph Heller’s Catch-22 and Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Fivewere banned by the United States of America. From the early 1070s to the present day the most significant traditions are postmodernism and the budding of literature by ethnic minority writers. Many American writers got Noble Prize for literature including Sinclair Lewis, William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, John Steinbeck Saul Bellow, Issac Bashevis Singer and Toni Morrison. Some prominent poets and play writes are Eugene O’Neill, T.S. Eliot and Joseph Brodsky. American academy of Arts and Letters issue awards such as Pulitzer Prize, National…show more content…
Science fiction stories deal with science and technology of the future. Hence they are imaginary. It is essential to comprehend that science fiction has a very close association with the principles of science. These stories encompass to some extent fictitious or invented laws or theories of science. Science fiction is one of the varieties of fanciful literature that endeavors to interpret rational and realistic terms of future times and milieu that are have no link with the…show more content…
Vladimir Nabokov argued that if the readers were rigorous without definitions, Shakespeare’s play The Tempest can also be called as Science fiction. A Science Fiction writer Robert A. Heinlein, gives a clever short explanation of almost all science fiction. According to him the Science Fiction shows the knowledge of past, present and future through the science methods. Science fiction always plays a key role in the modern world. Jules Verne, nineteenth century French novelist is known for his revolutionary science fiction works. So Jules Verne was deemed as the Father of Science Fiction. His famous works are Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea, Journey to the Center of the Earth and From the Earth to the
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