19 June 2012

Angola: Academic Development Depends On Literary Research

Luanda — The Angolan writer António Tomás said this Tuesday in Luanda that the academic growth and development of any country depends necessarily on its people's literary research, Angop has learnt.

Speaking to Angop about the importance of the literature, the writer highlighted the literature in the civic education process of citizens, having defended the need for the parents to stimulate their children to have the liking for reading.

According to him, literature has been contributing directly to the retrieval process of moral, civic and patriotic values, as well as the readers' intellectual development.

He called for the social trainers to have a greater preoccupation by showing the citizen what the cultural identity means, as well as what dignifies the people.

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