ideas are taken and many have twisted these ideas in almost every way possible, the occurrence of imitation can be seen in a different light. Also, as time passes, some works become obscure and their ideas can be delivered in a fresh, new way. Thus, in the scheme of things, it can be said that the idea of mimicry is relative. As defined, literature as an art exists to cater to manâ€™s need of a catharsis. And as humans face different versions of similar adversities, we will share the same thought albeit the stories weâ€™ll tell will be sewn in varying ways.