(Its use continues in certain literary and scholarly circles.)
The youngest of five sons, Schlegel was born in Hanover into a distinguished and culturally prominent literary family.
“He’s a glamour figure in the literary world, and that is neither a good thing nor a bad thing,” said Wendy Lesser, the editor of the Threepenny Review, a literary journal.
Helen Taylor is Emeritus Professor of English at Exeter University, has taught and published widely on women's writing, is a regular chairperson at literary festivals and was the first Director of the Liverpool Literary Festival.
The literary revival initiated by Kazinczy continued after his death.
With Ukraine’s independence in 1991 came a rebirth of free literary expression.
Being heirs to such a great literary tradition excluded any interest in outside ideas.
Literary criticism, the reasoned consideration of literary works and issues.
The awards, at first called the Dominion Literary Awards, were presented the following year as the Governor General’s Literary Awards.
In the first decade after the revolution, there were also advances in literary theory and criticism, which changed methods of literary study throughout the world.
Criticism will here be taken to cover all phases of literary understanding, though the emphasis will be on the evaluation of literary works and of their authors’ places in literary history.
His followers did not merely imitate but accepted his practice of strict literary discipline and his forms, including his preference for the sonnet—without which the European literary Renaissance would have been unthinkable.
.), writer and critic, cofounder with Menno ter Braak of the influential Dutch literary journal Forum (1932–35), which aimed to replace superficial elegance of literary style with greater sincerity of literary content.
Exclusively concerned with literary criticism, it limits itself to four problems: the ‘self-sufficiency’ of a literary text, the nature of literary interpretation, judging literary texts, and bad poetry.
The discourse surrounding the status of California as a literary centre became so heated that poet Jack Foley published The “Fallen Western Star” Wars: A Debate About Literary California (2001), which captures the essay’s impact on the literary world.
No Friend but the Mountains has already won $125,000 at the Victorian premier’s literary awards, the country’s richest literary prize; $10,000 at the New South Wales premier’s literary awards; and non-fiction book of the year at the Australian Book Industry awards.
This book not only offered philological and historical examinations of individual literary works, from the Hebrew Bible and Homer to Virginia Woolf and Marcel Proust, but also established an influential critical method, offering a history of culture through the close analyses of literary styles.
Novelist Sara Collins, whose debut The Confessions of Frannie Langton won the 2019 Costa First Novel Award, Ellah Wakatama, Editor at Large at Canongate, and literary critic John Self discuss the role of literary prizes with the BBC’s Elle Osili-Wood on the eve of one of the biggest highlights of the literary calendar.
I thought that, compared to the Newtonian observations of traditional literary criticism, with its emphasis on naked-eye mechanisms of plot and character, author and action, they were offering a sort of Einsteinian literary relativity that saw literature from the perspective of language itself, in its most impersonal and abstract—yet nonetheless distinctively literary—form.
Franco Moretti, founder of the Stanford Literary Lab, which applies data analysis to the study of fiction, argues that certain books survive through the choices of ordinary readers, a process something like evolution: “Literary history is shaped by the fact that readers select a literary work, keeping it alive across the generations, because they like some of its prominent traits.”
- knowledgeable about literature
Example: a literary style
- of or relating to or characteristic of literature
Example: literary criticism
- appropriate to literature rather than everyday speech or writing
Example: when trying to impress someone she spoke in an affected literary style
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