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Ever since Aristotle propounded the theory of the difference between literature and history, scholars and researchers have continued to develop different levels of interests on the problems bothering on these two fields of study. Even though Aristotle expressed the view that 'history reports the particular truth while literature reports the universal', literary theorists have over time absorbed history into literature, while critics have equally adopted it as a critical approach. Thedoi:10.4314/ujah.v17i3.4 fatcat:pn4oosqx7vgutpqw6cwkypob6y