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Anyone should be able to find a genre, literary composition or aspect of Sor Juana's life that would be interesting for him or her to teach.
This realization challenges conventional understandings of literary composition and publication as we learn to appreciate that the elements of composition in antiquity were not letters or even words, but sounds.
What she found was that her time as a storyteller helped her with literary composition and so back in the UK in 1999 she began writing again as herself and not as someone else.
17) by an eccentric Englishman who flouts the classical rules of literary composition, echoes the early English portrayal of Tristram Shandy as a novel and witty oddity, an extension of the author's quirky Shandean personality.
At the same time the author has contributed to new ways in which the study of literary composition sheds light on conceptions of emotion and reasoning, subverting our easy assumptions about religion and secularization.
The GBP5,000 prize, which is funded by a legacy from Graham who would have been 100 years old this year, will be awarded to the writer of an unpublished work of historical literary composition which is associated with Cornwall.
Mack suggests that Islam has encouraged, rather than discouraged, literary composition among women (4).
The word "composer", apart from denoting only a mental process of putting together ideas/words, has the advantage of suggesting a certain relationship with musical composition, which is a valid association in that an oral literary composition is, besides other things, a structure of sounds (speech-sounds', and is therefore, assumed to have in Indian literary theory "an appeal for the ear", aural-interest, sravya, which is one of the two major attributes of any literary composition, preksa or visual interest, being the other.
Entries are judged on originality, adherence to the theme presented, and literary composition.
This relatively unorthodox work offers a largely admirable contribution to the understanding of literary composition.
But even as the letter was being banished to the prehistory of literary composition, it was taking on a new literary role as marker of literary antiquity in late nineteenth-century novels.
Cervantes' imagination is so vast that often life and literature interfere with each other; Riley cites Gines de Pasamonte's unfinished autobiography as an example of how "life and literary composition run pari passu in Cervantes" (132).
But for literary studies in the university the central meaning would seem to be simply a literary composition (often plural, the c so notes) viewed in relation to its author (e.
Montaigne earns pride of place in being the first to use essay, derived from the Old French essai, "a trial, an attempt," to mean a literary composition of limited length and range and variable style.
Founded in 1060 by ten writers and mathematicians interested in problems of literary form, and more particularly in "restrictive" methods of literary composition, the Oulipo now includes thirty-one members.