Description: Whenever I hear the word 'classic' i instantly think of literature. From a young age we are brought up on books to help teach us principles and feed our hungry imaginations. And as we grow older, these stories and morals stay with us and influence our dreams, goals, and decisions, whether we are conscious of it or not. By making such a mark across so many cultures and generations, these stories because like a right of passage into childhood, and they're relatable and memorable to anyone. Because of their ability to capture such a wide audience, they are indeed 'classics'. Everyone knows the story of Snow White. It has been retold and reinterpreted for decades and is the classic story of good vs evil. The main character is the idol of every little girl and inspires them to one day find their Prince Charming. It is one of the oldest fairy tales told and because of its ability to endure a diverse variety of social fashions, it proves to be a classic.