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  • 1 Literary or Profane Legends —     Literary or Profane Legends     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Literary or Profane Legends     In the period of national origins history and legend are inextricably mingled. In the course of oral transmission historic narrative necessarily becomes …

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  • 2 Literary nonsense — (or nonsense literature) is a broad categorization of literature that uses sensical and nonsensical elements to defy language conventions or logical reasoning. Even though the most well known form of literary nonsense is nonsense verse, the genre …

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  • 3 Literary adaptation — is the adapting of a literary source (e.g., a novel, short story, poem) to another genre or medium, such as a film, a stage play, or even ace video game. It can also involve adapting the same literary work in the same genre or medium, just for… …

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  • 4 Literary Monster Mash-Up — Literary classics updated to include monsters. Reporting on the forthcoming publication of “Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters,” (the follow up to “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies,”) The Guardian’s Alison Flood observed: Pride and Prejudice… …

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  • 5 Literary Review — is a British literary periodical founded in 1979 by Dr. Anne Smith, head of the Department of English at Edinburgh University.Edited for many years by veteran journalist Auberon Waugh, it is now under the editorship of Nancy Sladek, and reviews a …

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  • 6 title — [tīt′ l] n. [OFr < L titulus, inscription, label, title, sign] 1. the name of a book, chapter, poem, essay, picture, statue, piece of music, play, film, etc. 2. a) short for TITLE PAGE b) a literary work of a particular title [150 new titles… …

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  • 7 Literary Hall — Infobox nrhp | name =Literary Hall nrhp type = caption = location= Main High Streets Romney, West Virginia lat degrees = 39 | lat minutes = 20 | lat seconds = 32 | lat direction = N long degrees = 78 | long minutes = 45 | long seconds = 23 | long …

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  • 8 Literary and Debating Society (NUI, Galway) — The Literary Debating Society (often referred to as the Lit Deb ) is a debating society of the National University of Ireland, Galway. The society was founded as the Literary and Scientific Society in 1846, and incorporated into the then Queen s… …

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  • 9 Literary award — A literary award is an award presented to an author who has written a particularly lauded piece or body of work. There are awards for forms of writing ranging from poetry to novels. Many awards are also dedicated to a certain genre of fiction or… …

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  • 10 Literary property — Property Prop er*ty, n.; pl. {Properties}. [OE. proprete, OF. propret[ e] property, F. propret[ e] neatness, cleanliness, propri[ e]t[ e] property, fr. L. proprietas. See {Proper}, a., and cf. {Propriety}.] [1913 Webster] 1. That which is proper… …

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  • 11 title — A mark, style, or designation; a distinctive appellation; the name by which anything is known. Thus, in the law of persons, a title is an appellation of dignity or distinction, a name denoting the social rank of the person bearing it; as duke or… …

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  • 12 Literary references to Nainital — The town of Nainital (in British times Naini Tal or Nynee Tal), India was founded in 1841 by P. Barron, a sugar trader from Shahjahanpur. By 1846 the church St John s in the Wilderness was founded and a hill station had begun to flourish. Among… …

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  • 13 title piece — noun 1. : a label usually of leather adhered to the front cover or backbone of a book and impressed with the title 2. : a literary work (as a poem) having the same title as the collection of which it forms a part a volume … with this poem as… …

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  • 14 Literary influence of Hamlet — See also William Shakespeare s Hamlet is a tragedy, believed written between 1599 and 1601. It tells the story of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark who takes revenge on the current king (Hamlet s uncle) for killing the previous king (Hamlet s father) and …

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  • 15 Bancroft Literary Association and Carrollton-Wight Literary Society — Infobox Student Group name= Bancroft Literary Association and Carrollton Wight Literary Society motto=Bancroft: Veritas Nihil Veretur (Without virtue there is no truth) Carrollton: Vis consili expers mole ruit sua (Brute force bereft of wisdom… …

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  • 16 Lambda Literary Award — Lambda Literary Awards (also known as the Lammies ) are awarded yearly by the US based Lambda Literary Foundation to published works which celebrate or explore LGBT themes. Categories include Humor, Romance and Biography. To qualify, a book must… …

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  • 17 Fabri Literary Prize — The Fabri Literary Prize was established in 2006 to honor the memory of Frances Fabri. A Holocaust survivor, Frances Fabri spearheaded efforts in the US to record survivor stories, helping to create the interviewing protocols that are used widely …

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  • 18 Saints and Sinners Literary Festival — Saints and Sinners is an alternative literary festival specializing in LGBT literature, held in various locations around the world famous French Quarter neighborhood in the city of New Orleans, Louisiana each May. OverviewFounded by Paul J.… …

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  • 19 Intersection for the Arts Literary Series — The Intersection for the Arts Literary Series is the longest running literary series outside of an academic institution in the state of California. Organized and maintained by Intersection for the Arts in San Francisco, the literary series… …

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  • 20 Underground Literary Alliance — The Underground Literary Alliance is a Philadelphia based and internationally membered group of writers, zinesters and DIY writers. They seek to expose what they see as the corruption and insularity in the American book publishing establishment… …

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