Literature in the most general sense is divided into two major categories: the non-fiction and the fiction. This fiction, of course, is consisted of mythical creatures, fantasy books, and stories fiction is therefore fueled mostly by the author’s imagination and talent to put their experiences and imagination together to give birth to literary art.
On the other hand, in the most apprehensive and less mythical of things, you have the so-called non-fiction or also known as prose for the stories that based on history, personal experience, or novels that do not account fictitious acts and character albeit layout a storyline that purely real and non-imagined. There are many sub-types of what prose is, from letters, epistles, memoirs, to another form of written literature that does not account fiction, you can call them prose or non-fiction.
What can you learn from reading non-fiction? Surely most people run into the comfort of fiction books to escape reality and stimulate their imaginations and hype their emotions through experiencing the struggle that is etched and engraved in the characters of a certain book or serial books. Even you find pleasure in imagining things that are considered out of this world, but looks like and is too real in the pages of the book that you are leafing through.
In non-fiction, however, you are presented with reality and account of things that are real in the world. But is this a good or bad attribute of non-fiction books or novels? The answer is dependable. Accounts of history, no matter how ugly it depicts reality or no matter how ugly the reality is written in it, it is vital in safekeeping the history of mankind and preserving what is perceived to be the truth.
You might not be able to escape reality in reading non-fiction books but surely you will learn things that are vital and purely tangible in the outside world. In fact, the textbooks in school is considered to be non-fiction books, and even the nooks you called as self-help books are considered non-fiction books too because none of these try to divert you of what is real albeit brings you closer to what is real.
You can find financial nonfiction novels tools and learn facts that you can use in order to enhance your life. Like learning to be financially literate when you read non-fiction books that are about financial handling and facts. Books do not only contain stories that is worth stirring your imagination and making you lose yourself into another realm of fictitious characters, but also books like non-fiction books can help you get information and truth that are all reliable and dependable for your growth and development.
If you seek to change your life and have amends with how things are in real life, then you can find answers and guidelines through rummaging the pages of a non-fiction book that tackles and discuss important points about accounting and financial handling which will help you handle your accounts and become money-wise.
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