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the humanistic study of a body of literature

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published writings in a particular style on a particular subject

the profession or art of a writer

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However, I always advise readers not to expect anything while reading any novel and to try to read the literary works without any pre-judgments or pre-assumptions.
While moving beyond the constraints of the traditional divisions made by the source-critical and tradition-historical methods, most modern redaction-critical scholarship has encountered new and perplexing difficulties in locating the boundaries of the literary works in Genesis through Kings.
The foundation will provide training in the form of workshops for the authors participating in the programme and will publish and promote their literary work in the international market.
He is considered one of the most important figures in literature with literary work in both Urdu and Persian languages.
In line with the reawakening of his fame at home, Kemal's literary works come in second on a list of authors whose works have received the most funding from the long-running literary translation subvention project of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism known by the acronym TEDA, following Turkish Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk.
He went on to publish 28 literary works over 20 years.
We get to know the novelists' view towards women in their literary works and the quality of roles that women play in the narration, as well as the impact of these roles on the social status of women within the society presented in the story.
The scholar thus has a very different relationship to literary works than a scientist has to nature.
Count Leo Tolstoy was the most famous Russian writer of his day, and a man whose literary works have been the subject of major motion pictures and are still studied in university literature courses today.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the publication of Allen Ginsberg's "Howl and Other Poems", Howl on Trial: The Battle for Free Expression presents the inside story of editing, publishing, and defending the poem Howl in the context of censorship of literary works, and the 1957 obscenity trial in San Francisco that supposedly represented "the people" versus City Lights, the bookshop that published and sold "Howl and Other Poems.
Second year textbooks typically contain excepts of literary works side by side with non-literary works that are accompanied by exercises designed to help students learn to read.
Alice Walker came from a sharecropper background, is blind in one eye, and grew up during the Civil Rights Movement: her biography and literary works are revealed in Gerri Bates' Alice Walker: A Critical Companion (0313320241, $39.
The book titled Bir Cumhuriyet Kadini Sukufe Nihal (Sukufe Nihal, a Republican Woman) by Hulya Argunsah is a well researched biography of Sukufe Nihal's as well as critical analysis of her literary works.