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50 of the Most Powerful Quotes from Literature @UKEssayService

Get Inspired with Powerful Quotes from Literature
Under some crucial circumstances when an underdog finds a sense of belief in his capabilities, more often than not, you find it relatable to your own current struggles or the hardships you faced in the past. Writing is an art using which an author can make you see it, believe in it, and also be a part of a world that does not actually exist.

For instance, in the 2006 novel The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, that sold millions of copies worldwide, the author‘John Boyne’ painted the picture of a Nazi concentration camp with a strong attention to detail. The Shoah or the Holocaust, which wiped off two third of the European Jew population epitomizes the debasement of compassion. While reading the book, although you know what is going to be the fate of all the Jews in the captivity, you still root for the innocent friendship between Shmuel and Bruno. If you have read it, you would realize that the quote “And who decided which people wore the striped pajamas and which people wore the uniforms?” is reminiscent of all the wrong doing and injustice that we see in the world.
If you are a writer who is looking for inspiration to write more passionately, check out some of the most powerful quotes from literature compiled by Essay Writing Service UK to help you on your road to success and do your bid to make the world a better place.
[I want to thank Essay Writing Service UK for reaching out to me! I loved this infographic and hope you do too.]

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