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Definition of Noncreative
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Literary usage of Noncreative
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1. Breaking with Communism: The Intellectual Odyssey of Bertram D. Wolfe by Bertram David Wolfe, Robert Hessen (1990)
"I suppose novelists must often get that sensation about their work, but I had never imagined that what is generally regarded as noncreative writing would ..."
2. The Awakening of Woman: Suggestions from the Psychic Side of Feminism by Florence Guertin Tuttle (1915)
"As well try to stem Niagara as to suggest crowding woman back into channels of noncreative activity. The facts of the case are that feminism has opened the ..."
3. The History of French Literature from the Oath of Strasburg to Chanticler by Annie Lemp Konta (1909)
"... of a noncreative and unvisible kind. . . . \Ve should be tempted to call attention to the harmony of M. Renan's physical and intellectual personality, ..."
4. Stray Leaves of Science and Folk-lore by John Scoffern (1870)
"According to him, the condition of total alcoholic abstinence is not even so favourable, as that by me assumed, to the executive or noncreative acts of ..."
5. Profits of Efficiency by Clarence James Foreman (1918)
"In the end, however, the final output depends upon the superiority of the truly positive, over the noncreative, forces of production. ..."