Q. 53.6( 49 Votes )
“The ‘Print Revolution’ had transformed the lives of people changing their relationship to information and knowledge.” Analyze the statement. (CBSE 2018)
Printing revolution started in the era of modern Europe and made both ancient and medieval texts available to a broader audience that produced a ground for new ideas and new theories.
1. Printing led to the development of various European languages as works began to be published in these languages.
2. Eventually, this made the vernacular languages contribute towards promoting literature which were used to create national mythologies.
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