IS it true that the classics are dying?
This is due to the demand of modern fiction write-ups that classics are being forgotten, as what some would say.
Schools are deliberately not teaching these works because of their biases against Western civilization and its history.
That's why you can get a degree in literature without reading Shakespeare, who is written off as a dead white guy. Instead, teachers are taught in college to search out new works that reflect social justice policies and demonize the old as irrelevant if not evil.
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by Haley Booker-Lauridson 5 years ago
Do you believe classic literature is better than today's literature? If so, why?What in particular makes the classics better than the new novels at your local bookstore?
by Rebecca Graf 8 years ago
What constitutes a classic in literature?So many "classics" are not what would hit the top 10. So what decides that books like Moby Dick are "classics"?
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