Some articles on literary:
... was heavily influenced by fellow Johns Hopkins professor and Belgian literary critic Georges Poulet and the Geneva School of literary criticism, which ... At Yale, he worked alongside prominent literary critics Paul de Man, Harold Bloom, and Geoffrey Hartman, where they were collectively known as the Yale School of deconstruction ... Both at Yale and UC Irvine, Miller mentored an entire generation of American literary critics including noted queer theorist Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick ...
... With the beginning of romanticism at the turn of the 19th century, literary Belarusian and literary Ukrainian appeared, descendant from the popular spoken dialects and little-influenced by literary ... The split between literary Ruthenian and the successor literary languages can be seen at once in the newly-designed Belarusian and Ukrainian orthographies ... The interruption of the literary tradition was especially drastic in Belarusian In the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, Polish had largely replaced Ruthenian as the language of administration and ...
... The Bridge – The student newspaper expresses the point of view of the community ... Name was temporarily changed to "The Hermon Echo," but was reverted back to "The Bridge" in the fall of 2007 ...
... as a civil servant, supplementing his literary income he eventually rose to become adviser to the National Library of Egypt ... In his literary career, he published four collections of short stories, one novel (Umm Hashem's Lamp), and many articles and other short stories besides ... He was editor of the literary magazine Al-Majalla from 1961 to 1971, when that publication was banned in Egypt ...
... In his literary career, he published four collections of short stories, one novel, ("Good Morning", translated from Arabic by Miriam Cooke), a novella (Umm Hashem's Lamp, twice translated from Arabic ... Most literary critics commend Haqqi's style of writing and his language precision ... He was editor of the literary magazine Al-Majalla from 1961 to 1971 this was a dangerous position, as the publication had been banned in Egypt by order of the government of Gamal ...
More definitions of "literary":
- (adj): Of or relating to or characteristic of literature.
Example: "Literary criticism"
- (adj): Appropriate to literature rather than everyday speech or writing.
Example: "When trying to impress someone she spoke in an affected literary style"
Famous quotes containing the word literary:
“In general I do not draw well with literary mennot that I dislike them but I never know what to say to them after I have praised their last publication.”
—George Gordon Noel Byron (17881824)
“The literary critic, or the critic of any other specific form of artistic expression, may detach himself from the world for as long as the work of art he is contemplating appears to do the same.”
—Clive James (b. 1939)
“I am not a literary man.... I am a man of science, and I am interested in that branch of Anthropology which deals with the history of human speech.”
—J.A.H. (James Augustus Henry)