Should a Good Piece of literature or artwork ever be compromised for the masses? Is this right?
Not at all...I believe the original artwork or literature should never be manufactured and then edited for the consumers sense of comfort. An author is an author for a reason, to show his creative side to the rest of the world, and if creativity is given up, where does an author refuge then...?
If you're referring to a finished piece of art, the answer is no. An edition of Mark Twain's Huckleberry Fin that removed the word, nigger, should never have been published. Although the people of today may be uncomfortable with portions of yesterday's art, said art does provide a valuable insight into how people thought back when it was created. A little discomfort also never hurt anyone.
by Davinagirl38 years ago
My favorite novel, of all time, is Catch 22.
by NowIKnow7 years ago
I just realized I am an empath. Please refer me one solid piece of literature to teach me to harnessFor the past few days I have been reading and researching everything I can get my eyes on. I want to know everything...
by Johnathan L Groom6 years ago
Picasso's pencil drawings are a ranking thought. War and Peace is another. Maybe DaVinci's sculptures, or the Sistine Chapel, or Michaelangelo's statues...?
by Porshadoxus5 years ago
Literature RemovedIf you could remove any piece of literature in human history, along with its effects on humanity, what would it be?
by jj04666 years ago
Once and awhile I like to look at art. I suppose it began when I took an art history class in 2008. I especially Michelangelo's work, therefore, my favorite would be Michelangelo's Pieta. What is your favorite work and...
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