What's the point of novels?

All of us would agree that reading for facts and knowledge widens our perspective, but what does reading novels do?
Do we read novels for the sole purpose of entertaining ourselves or does it make us intelligent in some way?
How can one take lessons from a story that was made up and characters that do not exist?

Is reading novels just a waste of time? a sort of video game for those who like to read?

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well..its helps in expanding your imagination..improves vocabolary..and is a great source of releasing tension and giving pleasure

Novels allow us to vicariously live through the eyes of others, experiencing in the process other times, other lands, and other realities. They broaden and enrichen our understanding of the human experience, taking us beyond ourselves...

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