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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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I plan to publish some literary works that will leave a special imprint on the Egyptian literary field.
While moving beyond the constraints of the traditional divisions made by the source-critical and tradition-historical methods, most modern redaction-critical scholarship has encountered new and perplexing difficulties in locating the boundaries of the literary works in Genesis through Kings.
Mohammed Abdul Weli, a Yemeni writer and novelist, presents a woman in his literary works in a clear image showing her sacrifice and consistent efforts she exerts for her family and society.
Besides her literary works, also her personal life was the object of a careful analysis as one of the women who started the struggle for independence of Turkish nation alongside the well-known women particularly Halide Edib, and feminist movement in Turkey by provoking the social reforms.
Not only literary works but also authors and readers can be regarded as interacting systems; and the reaction of systems (abbreviated as R) to a stimulus (S) depends on their ability to respond to stimuli, their `reactivity' (r).
One who authors a literary work receives a bundle of five rights: reproduction, distribution, adaptation, public performance, and the right to display the work publicly (Copyright Act, 17 U.
He also urged writers to translate literary work of other languages into Balochi language, adding that his government would continue extending financial assistance for literary activities.
He is also considered one of the most important figures in literature with literary works in both Urdu and Persian languages.
In other words, the language of the literary work is necessary, not the metalanguage of the interpretation.
Angelina Heart's new novel The Teaching Of Little Crow is just such a literary work.
I do hope, however, that these future educators will take to heart our explorations of the multiple approaches to any one given literary work and will find ways in which to build related ideas and goals into the lessons they go on to teach.
Popo and Fifina: Children of Haiti (1932) should help encourage future interpretations of Hughes's literary voice since only two volumes, Langston Hughes (1967) and The Art and Imagination of Langston Hughes (1989) broadly engage the literary work itself.