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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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Ding Helin analyzed the market of literary works in the thesis A Study on Propagation of Modern Novels in 2012, noting that the effect of dissemination of modern literary novels can fall into direct macroscopic and macroscopic social effects, and also studied the dissemination and influence of Chinese literary novels overseas(Ding Helin.
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The essays contained in this volume are loosely bound by an interest in identifying literary works in the Pentateuch (Genesis-Deuteronomy) and the Former Prophets (Joshua-Kings).
The names introduced in a literary work present semantic connotation in a comparable fashion, with the capacity to have pre-fabricated accounts and identities attributed to them (Lazaroiu, 2013) via the prior connections of their names alone.
Assonance, chiasmus and synecdoche may be more common in an advertisement than in a literary work of art.
At the heart of Cerasulo's study is the premise that Hollywood not only benefited these authors financially, allowing them to continue working on their literature, but also provided the raw material that shaped their literary works, forming some of the major themes of American literature in the first half of the twentieth century.
The book titled Bir Cumhuriyet Kadini Sukufe Nihal (Sukufe Nihal, a Republican Woman) by Hulya Argunsah is a well researched biography of Sukufe Nihal's as well as critical analysis of her literary works.
In taking seriously literary works that deserve serious consideration, he displays anew what it was that generated the authority of the older men of letters.
Featuring about seventy photographs spanning her career, the show will also document her literary work and links with Breton, Bataille, and other key inter-and postwar figures.
A combination of verse and prose written on a scroll was found in a house in western Japan and is believed to be a literary work dating back to the early 1300s, scholars said Tuesday.
A bestseller in the 1820s, it was translated by John Fowles and is the first French literary work narrated by a black female protagonist.
For purposes of this article, literary work is used as the prototype for all faculty-generated works, assuming that the primary type of material that might be distributed in a networked electronic environment is the article.