literature

[ lit-er-uh-cher, -choo r, li-truh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF literature

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It is his magnum opus in literature, and exhibits wide and laborious research.

The like of that "looped and windowed raggedness" is hardly to be found in any other literature.

We get "inside of" any classic work of literature only by this spirit of surrender.

It was like being present at the birth of a piece of literature!

The Twentieth Century will have its share in literature and art.

The literature of form is giving way already to the literature of power.

"White elephants" were a science which had a literature of its own.

That the stream of literature had passed over, it was apparent only from its fertility.

It may be said, generally, that all literature is more or less Asinine.

He will have an honored place in the history of American literature.

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