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intellectual

1. Pert. to the mind.
2. Possessing intellect.
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Born in 1881 in a mountain village in the Apennines, not far from the marble quarries of Carrara, Enrico Pea was just the kind of Odyssean literatus who was bound to appeal to Ezra Pound.
Arguably, more than personality types shaped by any other spiritual traditions, the paradigmatic Confucian literatus is most compatible with the modern intellectual in both theory and practice.
Wang Maolin led the effort to restore Pingshan Hall, a site associated with the Song literatus Ouyang Xiu, who was nota native of Yangzhou but had served there, and the Hall served to tie Ouyang's literary reputation to this particular site.