Define and Explain “real”, “reality” and “realism”:
- “Real” means existing as a thing or occurring as a fact. Actually what is not imaginary is real.
- “Reality” is the quality of being real. But the qualities that make an object to appear real are not fixed. It varies with regard to time, place and individual.
- The term “realism” refers to a literary movement that took place in 19th century. It is also a method of writing that represents the subject matter (it may be commonplace or rarer aspects of life) in a credible way so that the readers may take it as real.