In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(work/style/figure) literarioa literary man — un hombre de letras
- The novel also proves that literary fiction doesn't have to be elegiac in tone to be successful.
- It was only much later that the Authorized Version came to be praised for its literary qualities.
- For the love of all that is literary, please stop writing.
- The contents and literary character of the Koran defy brief categorization.
- Books of educative and literary value are kept in libraries for prisoners having an academic bent of mind.
- Yes, I do feel if Urdu has to survive as a literary language it has to increase its vocabulary.
- Our long list, short list and eventual choice of winner reflected our estimate of literary quality and nothing else.
- He is chiefly concerned with literary fiction, but the same danger exists in every other genre.
- Where among modern writers can you find their superiors in clearness and vigour of literary style?
- It could be interpreted as literary criticism - and it is certainly causing a stink.
- But the film medium has always had difficulty in translating effects that are quintessentially literary.
- Although it is a form of literary study, it is not a form of literary scholarship.
- The prize is popularly seen as an award for a new novelists of adult literary fiction, but this is not the case.
- Apart from their literary qualities, his publications were famed for a high standard of typography and binding.
- These ideas have gained a lot of currency in the study of literary genres.
- Eventually, he found an agent after one of his short stories was published in a literary magazine.
- We may admire most of the literary qualities and disapprove of only a few in the course of the novel.
- You cannot help notice the remarkable literary, almost lyrical, quality about the work.
- Is the on-line talk abstract emerging as a new literary genre?
- None of this interested Forster or, for that matter, most literary scholars of the past 25 years.
- This point can be made another way by considering Orwell's place in a growing field of literary studies.
- There is an acknowledged double standard in how we view a prolific genre writer and a fruitful literary author.
- The second broad topic of dissension concerns the modes of analysis in literary and cultural studies.
- The literary utterance too creates the state of affairs to which it refers, in several respects.
- I do not object to this accolade on the grounds that Edinburgh has little literary tradition.
- Some of them were published in a few magazines, including some literary journals.
- The effectiveness of a cabaret song depends only partly on the literary quality of its text.
- For some years I had been publishing poems in small literary magazines.
- Recipients range from preeminent national museums to small literary magazines that could not survive without subsidies.
- It is of high literary quality, showing the master's great skill at phrasing subtle ideas and word-play.
- His language is very accessible as it is closer to the speaking rather than the literary language.
- Studies of Australian war reporting have been fragmentary and of varied literary quality.
- By contrast, Solzhenitsyn, Tolstoy and other writers in Russia's great literary tradition fully understood this responsibility.
- Train tracks and trains themselves have long signified both real and metaphorical journeys in African American literary and vernacular culture.
- Alas, the story is not only unverified but has a suspiciously literary quality about it.
- But few of them would make claims for the literary value of those texts.
- This is a loss for literary study and writers, as challenges by peers create and motivate new poems.
- Having a piece selected for this anthology is perhaps the highest honour a literary magazine can receive.
- This endeavor focused on folklore and history and began to unify the Ukrainian literary language.
- Their goal in writing a commentary with a distinct literary concern is refreshing.
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