Definition of Literatures

1. Noun. (plural of literature) ¹



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Definition of Literatures

1. literature [n] - See also: literature

Lexicographical Neighbors of Literatures

literates
literateur
literateurs
literateuse
literateuses
literati
literatim
literation
literations
literato
literator
literators
literatuer
literatuers
literature
literatures (current term)
literatus
literbike
literbikes
literose
liters
lites
lith
lith-
lithaemia
lithaemias
lithagogue
lithagogues
lithal
litharge

Literary usage of Literatures

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Graduate Handbook by Federation of Graduate Clubs (U.S.) (1896)
"I. LANGUAGES AND literatures.. SEMITIC LANGUAGES AND literatures. [With Semitic History, Biblical Literature, Biblical and Patristic Greek and Latin. ..."

2. From Homer to Theocritus: A Manual of Greek Literature by Edward Capps (1901)
"... Literature — Originality — Universality—Normal Growth —Freedom from Outside Influences—Influence Upon Modern literatures and Modern Thought — Literature ..."

3. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1904)
"See Arnold, M. literatures of the world ser.; ed. by Edmund Gosse. D. Appleton. —Huart. Hist, of Arabic literature. **$i.25 net. —Trent. Hist of Amer, lit., ..."

4. Who's who in America by Marquis Who's Who, Inc (1903)
"THOMAS, Calvin, prof, of Germanic languages and literatures, Columbia, ... Germanic languages and literatures, same, 1886-96; succeeded HH Boyesen at ..."

5. The Classical Influence in English Literature in the Nineteenth Century: And by William Chislett (1918)
"If we say, for example, that classicism is the embodiment of Greece and Rome in later literatures, we state a half-truth; for much of the influence of ..."

6. A Literary History of France by Emile Faguet (1907)
"Indeed, these two literatures have developed themselves on the same lines, and for many centuries have derived immense benefit from each other ; so that to ..."

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