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lit·er·a·ture

(lit'tĕr-ă-chūr),
1. Body of written work on a specific topic.
2. Colloquial usage indicating any printed matter on a given topic (that is, manufacturer's literature).
[L. literatura, fr. literae, letters, writing]

literature

As used by doctors, the body of information on which the science of medicine is based.

Pronunciation:
Medspeak-UK: pronounced, LITT ruh t’your
Medspeak-US: pronounced, litter ruh churr

lit·er·a·ture

(lit'ĕr-ă-chŭr)
A body of written material.
[L. literatura, fr. literae, letters, writing]

literature,

n the entire body of writings on a given subject.
literature, dental,
n the entire body of writing on dentistry. Most specifically, those writings published following a referee process to validate the scientific discipline in which the writings were produced.
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But more specific to this later novel is the way that Conrad's critique of recasting an archaic enigma as a fixed origin is traced to representations of women forged in visual as well as literary art.
Like To Disembark, the title Prisoner of Love is taken from a work of literary art.
For literary arts freaks, the National Committee on Literary Arts prepared an "interdisciplinary arts festival" dubbed "Maartext" which will be held the Bicol Region, Baguio City, Tacloban City, Pampanga, Cebu, and Aklan.
The winning and shortlisted authors have continued Australias rich literary tradition and should be enthusiastically congratulated for their contribution to the literary arts.
It will give me joy to help promote literary arts throughout the state and encourage future generations of Mississippi storytellers and writers.
Literary nonprofit publisher Milkweed Editions has announced that it plans to open a bookstore in the Open Book building complex, which is dedicated to the literary arts, in downtown Minneapolis in late June this year, book trade magazine Publishers Weekly revealed on Tuesday.
This volume is a comprehensive collection of thought-provoking essays, researched and written over a 40-year period with the central issue about the ebbs and flows of literary arts in Nigeria since the 1950s, and covering a national history of literary production.
Prof Linda Anderson, director of the university's Newcastle Centre for the Literary Arts, said: "It's like a giant book club for the university, an activity that brings everyone together.
Synopsis: The InsideOut Literary Arts Project (iO) began in 1995 in five Detroit high schools, with weekly classroom visits by a writer-in-residence, the publication of a literary journal for each school, and the mission of encouraging students to use poetry to "think broadly, create bravely, and share their voices with the wider world.
Over the course of the past three years, the organization has undergone a re-launch of its historic mission to create a platform for women in the visual and literary arts by showcasing high-quality, professional work to collectors, curators, editors, agents, publishers, and the public in a way that will have a real impact on the marketplace.
Literary Arts Open Mic Featured Artist Poet Carla Schwartz, 6:30-7:30 p.
most respected professors, Octavio Roca, recently received the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education's prestigious Outstanding Latino Educator Award in Literary Arts and Publications.