She took courses in history and literature.
Her education gave her an appreciation for great literature.
He's an expert in American literature.
the literature of the Renaissance
studies in different Asian literatures
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Recent Examples on the WebOne will focus on the Harlem Renaissance, the Black cultural movement that influenced art, music and literature globally in the early 20th century.—Patrick Connolly, Orlando Sentinel, 1 Feb. 2023 Jehovah’s Witnesses assemble on street corners around city hall, offering passersby copies of their literature.—Reis Thebault, Washington Post, 27 Jan. 2023 To do so, Johnson and Zolman scour scientific literature and use Johnson as a guinea pig for promising treatments.—Valerie Nome, Peoplemag, 27 Jan. 2023 Researchers fear that in 2023, educators and librarians may be forced to censor their literature, self-censor their curriculum to avoid backlash and more.—Kiara Alfonseca, ABC News, 12 Jan. 2023 Dylan has done nothing less than treating these songs, many of them obscure, as modern texts, and has dug deeply into them, in precisely the way that Jews are accustomed to treating our sacred literature.—The Salt Lake Tribune, 8 Dec. 2022 Native American culture is not a monolith, and neither is its literature.—Mary Cadden, USA TODAY, 26 Nov. 2022 One of the best ways to learn about a locale is through its literature.—Katherine J. Igoe, New York Times, 25 Oct. 2022 In our literature, cutting the hair is a symbol of mourning, and sometimes a symbol of protesting.—Carrie Wittmer, Glamour, 5 Oct. 2022 See More
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Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin litteratura writing, grammar, learning, from litteratus