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(Originator), noun architect, auctor, begetter, causer, composer, contriver, creator, deviser, discoverer, effecter, fabricator, founder, generator, inaugurator, initiator, innovater, institutor, introducer, inventor, maker, manufacturer, occasioner, organizer, parent, prime mover, producer, sire
Associated concepts: copyright
Foreign phrases: Culpa tenet suos auctores.Fault binds its own authors.

author

(Writer), noun compiler, composer of a literrry work, drafter, essayist, literary person, man of letters, person who writes, scriptor, verse maker
Associated concepts: copyright, plagiarism
See also: architect, compose, derivation, elicit, engender, generate, invent, make, maker, originate, undersigned
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3) RAD, on the other hand, makes authorial purposes its foundational principle, since RAD views these purposes as governing the shaping of the text and thus the authorial audience's stage one experiences.
Despite this elaborate positioning, however, the model of authorial self-explication Knapp proposes largely issues in a cliched dichotomy contrasting Shakespeare as a populist who accepts the "common" nature of "mass entertainment" and Ben Jonson as a self-styled "master-poet" who defines himself "in opposition to the theater" (68).
A preliminary chapter focuses on Fraser's Magazine to establish how early nineteenth-century readers and publishers imagined authors, and how the periodical press built or impeded authorial lives.
The prevailing conception of transformativeness is one of romantic authorship, evidenced by a defendant's authorial purpose or activity.
I found those passages where she is self-reflective both interesting and admirable: 'For someone like me--a closet deconstructionist--dais authorial presence was both intriguing and deeply troubling' (p.
The first part of the study ("An Author in the Works: Dante before the Commedia') focuses on Convivio, De Vulgari Eloquentia, Vita Nuova and maps what Ascoli identifies as the incipient authorial strategies implemented by a writer still in search of identity (as well as of authority).
Unless you intend to start a serious religion or take over the world, authorial claims of truth only weaken your writing options.
Yet all the contributions point in their own way to some hidden side of landscape depiction, namely its capability for authorial self-representation.
Asquith's reclamation of authorial intent extends to Jonson too: it is he who explains the silencing of Shakespeare in the Induction of Batholomew Fair.
When working on specific authorial attribution projects, employees can create separate directories of the known and the questioned documents and search only those two.
Engaging in literary composition, a writer both displayed and produced authorial piety" (191).
But their conceptual gesture of reducing the authorial status to a minimum ultimately becomes inseparable from the community arts tradition.