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The story is based on the quote Whats the use of stories that arent even true The use of these stories is to help people get an imagination and to help people keep their imagination One question you could ask is who are fantasy stories mostly told to They are told to children and babies This is probably the reason why they have more imagination Imagine a child without an imagination Just think what a boring life it would have The child would probably be quiet all the time Wouldnt have very many friends if any at all Wouldnt be able to have any fun because nearly everything a child does needs an imagination For example when it is playing with toy cars or dolls Of course they dont really make screeching noises and they dont really talk but a child has the imagination to think that way In this novel it is not only children who want to listen to Rashid Khalifa but also older people To those who admired him he was Rashid the Ocean of Notions To those who were jealous he was known as the Shah of blah So what would older people want with stories that arent even true It could be that they want something the cheer them up To help them think about something else other that work Maybe even to tell the stories to their children Another use of stories that arent even true is to teach a moral or tells the truth under the description of a fantasy It also lets the storyteller a chance to be free with hisher speech What is the nature of truth Well first of all what is truth Truth is a real process with real results Truth is something that has been proven right Truth has a connection to nature in many ways because everything in nature is the truth What is nature What do we mean in this content
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