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The writer of an article, chapter, or other complete written work.
Many articles, proceedings, or books have multiple authors; the names of the authors following the first author are known as co-authors. Corporations, government agencies, and associations may also be listed as authors of a work.

author

Journalism A person involved in writing a manuscript

au·thor

(aw'thŏr)
medical transcription Person who orally creates a report to be transcribed.
Synonym(s): dictator, originator.
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On plunging a little deeper than the aforementioned elements regarding objectification in this discourse, we can easily perceive that the real issue with the authoress is not the social role of a woman but religion.
That my assumed authoress was a man - very un-PC I know - that he had been in plain sight all along.
The authoress's analysis of the infantilization of the male protagonist, in which she asserts that their misfit status is due to their incompatibility with either of the available masculine models, is particularly well-wrought.
Beryl is one of the first females to take up residence at The River Bank, and the others are not so certain about how they feel regarding her occupation as a writer, or "authoress," of adventure books.
Last day, the prominent artist, authoress of number of famous books and innovator of Gogi character, Ms.Nigar Nazar invited as a guest here.
Richardson opens his fourth chapter, "The children of Babel," by chronicling Sir Edward Watkin's "Tower of Babel" (1893-1907) and introducing the biblical Tower of Babel as a metaphor for two different approaches to the classical past rooted in two different responses to the limits of human knowledge: "There are those who seek to rebuild the Tower of Babel--to recapture a unity long lost, and set upon the world a symbol of their power; there are those who cherish Babel's legacy--the confusion of voices, the ever-incomplete search for understanding." Samuel Butler's The Authoress of the Odyssey' (1897) is Richardson's primary example of Victorian resistance to a unified, authoritative narrative of the classical past.
The trio's name is derived from Tirimo's love for Cyprus and a piece of work by the German-Austrian composer Franz Schubert named Rosamunde Furstin von Zypern, or Rosamunde, Princess of Cyprus, which was inspired by a romantic play written by the German authoress Hemina von Chezy.
Speaking of books, Nelle Harper Lee, an American authoress who penned "To Kill a Mockingbird" (J.B.
Analyzing some of the most famous myths, the authoress comes to the conclusion that each myth is based on preexisting myths, or, at least, borrows from various mythical scenarios some of its constitutive elements [9:30].
There is this smartly-written sequence in a hotel room where Yudi and Aanchal the one-book wonder and the pulpy authoress on the rise share a platonic bed that soon turns into an occasion for subtle mating games.
It is forbidden to use the linguistic feminine endings in words such as waitress, actress, or authoress. On this point, the question must be asked why in this case we cannot distinguish between genders.
I mean, the only career I would like to be besides an authoress is a cinema star, and I was doing quite well in the cinema when Mr.