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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 concise and detailed literature provides product information and advantages of the LSH 2401, including its small footprint sensor head for tight work areas, easy interface with control systems and robust design for industrial environments.
Throughout the years, he argues, these practitioners have had to deal with earlier accounts of Arabic literature which were predominantly the writings of a literate elite that was exclusively male, despite the fact that recent research into Arab women's writings during the last two centuries has revealed t hat a lively literary tradition had existed among women writers all along, albeit mostly behind closed doors.
The twelve essays presented in this issue - divided into the three broad areas of literature, pedagogy, and the academy - not only redefine literature for the new century but also speculate where higher learning in general and the teaching of literature in particular are headed in a culture not always conducive to a democratic pedagogy.
The first three examples of "undiscovered public knowledge" (Swanson, 1986a, 1986b, 1988, 1990c) demonstrated that complementary noninteractive structures actually do exist within the biomedical literature and can lead to the discovery of apparently new and interesting implicit relationships.
The crisis of Comparative Literature originated from the American scholar Wellek.
In general, LE[micro]ytty's read of Al-Nawas's (very brief) report has more questions than answers: Is Arabic-Nordic literature different from that of other diasporas?
The Wakefield Noah, lines 55-56," Papers on Language and Literature 15 (1979): 82-84.
Commonwealth Literature from its inception, like a cursed child infested with an unidentified ailment from its mother's womb, is bedevilled with unascertained birth and evolution.
The decision involves collapsing the two core subjects in Grades 11 and 12-21st-Century Regional Literature and World Literature-and combining them into one.
Consequently, some of the essays in this section might strike newcomers to the study of law and literature as more provocative than informative; indeed, a large part of Julie Stone Peters's "Law, Literature, and the Vanishing Real: On the Future of an Interdisciplinary Illusion," is purposefully and powerfully sardonic.
The Shape of the Australian Curriculum: English (ACARA 2009) describes literature for students as inclusive of poems, films, stories, websites, plays and a range of other literature forms.
Discussing literature is a common practice in elementary school classrooms and these literature discussions are typically teacher-led.