experience to describe this characteristic. Movies are pictures projected on a plane, so in essence, movies are two-dimensional things. The original name of movies is called pictures of activities. The English name still retains this trace. The English name of the movie is motion pictures, which means moving pictures, right? On the contrary, the novel is not a plane but a three-dimensional space, which leads us into the imaginary world.
Every time we read a novel, we feel that we are phone database not in "now, here" but in "somewhere, in another world," maybe a nineteenth-century Russian court, maybe an uninhabited island near New Zealand, maybe It's a fishing village in Florida, but it's not really any place, it's just a virtual space that we create within ourselves. A few years ago, I went to a country where my novels were translated and published. A professor repeatedly told the students that they could fully understand Korean society through my novels, so I said this. Of course, the background of my novels is mostly Korean society, but as long as Entering the novel, it is not Korea,
China, or the United States, but just another world newly born in the reader's heart. The virtual space depicted by ourselves when reading draws us into it with a stronger attraction than the real world. Anyone who has been deeply immersed in the novel will understand, and the number of remaining pages will gradually decrease, and we will know that the novel is coming to an end. It also means that we are getting closer to the moment when we want to leave the virtual world, and it will really feel a pity at this time. I think anyone who loves novels must have felt this feeling. Although it is clear that the novel is coming to an end as the plot develops, I still want to stay in the world of the novel.