Hardcover – 2018
There is no literature without nature. Literature is an expression, explanation, and elobration of nature. Nature has no verbal language but has just body language. Literature has verbal language. Nature has no voice only sounds, music, waves, and some sorts of movements whereas literature has voice and so it reforms the society. Literature ‘tells’ and imparts knowledge whereas nature ‘shows’ and enlightens living beings. Literature mainly deals with the mind but nature deals with the heart. Literature is made by the writers, thinkers, orators, researchers, philosophers and reformers whereas nature is born by itself. Nature pleases not only human beings but all living beings where as literature is meant for only human beings. Although there are differences, nature and literature live together. Nature as well as literature creates creators and inventors. For example, the falling of an apple made Sir Issac Newton invent the law of gravitation..