“Man and book” composition

“Man and book” composition

Since ancient times, between people and books, there is a connection that has lasted for more than 2000 years. The books were written on plaques, beaten on stone tiles, in Egypt they wrote on papyrus, folded into scrolls, and in China on the first paper made of rags. The very first books were written more than 2400 years BC, in ancient Egypt, the ruler of which in those days was the pharaoh Nepherirkara Kakai.

Books were created to store information so that in the future others could read them. After many years, they wrote down works of art, scientific teachings and so on. The Bible and the Gospel, the Koran and others are also books, only religious ones, and each book has its own book, but in its own language.

Now, in the 21st century, technologies do not stand still, books

have also suffered many changes, a huge number of genres have appeared, now instead of conventional, paper, people prefer electronic. But even so, books remain popular, and to this day, millions of them are read daily, hundreds of books are published year-round, a large number of genres, anyone can choose a book specifically for themselves, relying on their preferences.

Books walk through dreams through generations, storing in oneself and transmitting to others a huge amount of knowledge. Without them, there would be practically nothing that we have now, perhaps without them we would not even have evolved, and would remain there… among the monkeys. But everything is over, we are evolving, every year science is moving higher and higher, leading us into a clean future without wars and diseases. But unfortunately, maybe we’ll have to say goodbye very soon. They have served their own, and even electronic books are not very popular now, and probably in 100, 200 years, humanity will completely abandon them, moving to newer and more advanced technologies. But, despite all this, the books continue to please us with their works, they give us all much information too, so we should appreciate what we have.


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“Man and book” composition