In literature, the term "mainstream" refers to works that are widely read and accepted by the general public, as opposed to works that are considered niche or specialized. Mainstream literature typically covers a broad range of genres and themes and is characterized by its accessibility to a general audience.
Works of mainstream literature often feature well-developed characters, relatable plots, and universal themes that resonate with a wide range of readers. These works may be written in a variety of styles and may explore a range of subjects, from historical events to contemporary issues, from romance to science fiction.
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