the literature

the literature

Medical communication A shifting body of published information of varying validity and timeliness; a popular 'short form' for information written in peer-reviewed journals about a particular subject. See Literature review Sexology See Gay literature.
References in classic literature ?
The first purposes of every such book must be to outline the development of the literature with due regard to national life, and to give appreciative interpretation of the work of the most important authors.
But in our day he goes straight for the literature of negation, very quickly assimilates all the extracts of the science of negation, and he's ready.
The greatest advance, however, towards a re-introduction of the Fables of Aesop to a place in the literature of the world, was made in the early part of the seventeenth century.
They are, at the present time, not only engrafted into the literature of the civilized world, but are familiar as household words in the common intercourse and daily conversation of the inhabitants of all countries.
an anthology of contemporary Yoruba poetry, to "tackle the reductionist conception of African literature written in African languages by arguing that in spite of the limits imposed on it by the fact of linguistic provinciality, this category of literature does more than articulating exclusively ethnic sentiments and modes of nationalism as a counterforce to the literature written in European languages".
An understanding of children's literature and relevance of the literature to the individuals concerned plays an important role in the success of the literature's appeal.
The best way to show the excellence of this collection is to list the subjects covered: the Literature of Exploration, Capt.
The results are then combined with information based upon clinical expertise and previous experience gleaned from the literature.
Corry (Assistant Professor of Spanish, Berry College, Rome, Georgia) is a work of seminal scholarship as it introduces the reader to the literature of medieval Spain with a special focus upon the depiction of magical practices held by the writers of that period in Spanish history.
Class time was also spent reviewing how to ask open-ended questions (rather then closed, fact-based questions) and looking at connections between the literature, current events and personal experiences in order to enhance the roles of questioner (discussion director) and the researcher (investigator).
By gender, the literature gap is wide: at least 55 percent of females (59 million) read literature in late 2002, compared to nearly 38 percent of men (37 million).
Lucas Klein (#): Most of the literature I have read was not written first in English, so I rely heavily on translators.