What Is a Literary Masterpiece?

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A literary masterpiece is a piece of work that can withstand the test of time. It finds relevance despite the changing mindsets, practices, governance structures and peoples thought patterns. In addition, its theme remains to be thought provoking beyond daily changes and dynamism of the world.
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