Luanda — Angolan writer, Francisco Paulo, said Thursday in Luanda that the new generation should seek to focus their writings on unity and national reconciliation issues and the Angolan culture.
Speaking to Angop on the state of the national literature, Francisco Paulo said that by so doing the young generation of writers would be contributing to the civic and moral education of the society.
He added that a book gives much more than one can perceive, hence its being considered as a world of words and images in which the reader travels.
The writer highlighted the importance of students to read books on the widest range of subjects.
He also appealed to the youth to research into other cultures through reading.