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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
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Said's stress on the failure of speech to supplement writing or literary art surely militates against appointing any visual art as a replacement: no forms of art could deliver anything but the non-self presence of an origin that would challenge the integral status of the subject.
I recommend this article to anyone interested in the role of theoretical reflection in the literary arts.
Of course it would be possible for such sentiments to be at the heart of a work of literary art, but here they're not--they work against the interests of art because they're an arbitrary overlay, unearned.
Here are ten more or less meandering, more or less platitudinous meditations on art, mainly literary art, fashioned around the central premise that Winterson is something powerfully important in the history of literary Modernism, perhaps even its culminating event.
The work of literary art mediates between author and reader, and the reader participates in an interpretive community that gives the work life and liveliness.
Rossi's long analysis of the Bembo monument draws an insightful but often neglected analogy between the edicola of the Bembo bust and printed architectural frontispieces, which according to Rossi alludes to the distinction of all literary art.
He said that dedicated teams were established to champion the performing, visual and literary art forms.
RAWALPINDI -- Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC) in collaboration with Literary Art and Culture Syndicate arranged a ladies MehfileMushaira in connection with International Women Day here on Sunday.
Poetry is a form of literary art which uses aesthetic and rhythmic qualities of language - such as phonaesthetics, sound symbolism, and metre - to evoke meanings in addition to, or in place of, the prosaic ostensible meaning.
Literary art in digital performance; case studies in new media art and criticism.
The writings of ex-slaves were viewed as both powerful works of literary art and persuasive tools for articulating and advancing the abolitionist agenda.