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literature

noun belles lettres, books, classics, letters, literary output, papers, printed word, publication, reading matter, store of knowledge, work, works, writings, written language, written word
See also: publication
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The Taiwan Literature Awards were established in 2001 with the aim of encouraging literary works, promoting publications of Taiwan literature, and revitalizing literary activities in Taiwan.
Faiz's literary work was posthumously publicly honoured when the Pakistan government conferred upon him the nation's highest civil award, Nishan-e-Imtiaz, in 1990.
Zheng Daili combed foreign literary works in A Study on Foreign Literature Adapted Chinese Films & Televisions in 2013, summarizing the discrepancy between and rules of Chinese and foreign literatures, which promotes the development and diversification of Chinese traditional culture and illuminates a development direction of foreign literary adaption based Chinese films in the globalized context (Zheng Daili.
It's the book's subtitle that gives the real clue to its content, as Qiuyu's writing leads the initiate on a trail exploring not just famous literary works but also the history and culture that surrounded them.
In an exclusive interview with Daily News Egypt, Ibrahim talked about the preparations for his two first literary works, the criticism he encountered, and revealed some secrets about publishing houses.
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).
Names help us to cognize of the many characters included in literary works.
The protection of copyright rises above the mere protection of literary works, as it offers the central incentives for the creation of new valuable works and offers appropriate economic and moral rights to authors, performers, producers and publishers.
Created to offer the availability of more erudite and thoughtful literary works, it is dedicated to the production of material that will bring the reader "from the electron to the existential.
Thus, with this in mind, many of the literary works within the book are darker and deal with either a sense of loss or a rediscovery that is seldom the ideal that one has upheld in the main character's mind.
The foundation will provide training in the form of workshops for the authors participating in the programme and will publish and promote their literary work in the international market.
Some of his literary works, including "KE[micro]tE- Yol" (Bad Track) and "Evlerden Biri" (One of the Houses), have been adapted for TV recently.