literary person

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Advani spoke about the importance of Indian languages and how, despite being a writer, he does not consider himself to be a literary person.
But I decided I wasn't actually a very literary person.
I am not a writer, nor a literary person, but the mental torment I endured in the name of the caste system from being born into untouchable society has imprinted itself on my sensibilities.
And Maitreyi Pushpa is a very well known literary person.
It was a seminar on life of noted literary person Akbar Haideri which was organised by Aziz Hajini and Rukhsana Jabeen (Director AIR Srinagar)," said the cleric, reported Press Trust of India (PTI).
The more-low brow content of the gossip magazine might seem an unlikely attraction for a literary person, but Daneet loved it.
The idea was not so much to put me in my place as to raise the host's status to that of very, very literary person.
The disappearance of both of these forms of literary person was, in short, very productive.
I have about 30 or 40 folders for them to see me as a literary person.
But this factual base has nothing to do with dullness: on the contrary, the author never misses a chance to digress and give a vignette of any passing literary person.
In some salon in Paris, or even in Belfast, a literary person might well rediscover Flannery's method; but his method, presented in such a setting, would seem like a frivolous and idle exercise in irreverence or blasphemy.
Now, generally when people do translations it's normally a literary person who begins with the English text and asks themselves how do you express in French this complicated idea.