Literary [adjective]

Definition of Literary:

concerning books

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Sentence/Example of Literary:

Steve Erickson is the author of 10 novels including Shadowbahn, Zeroville, These Dreams of You and Our Ecstatic Days—as well as two works of literary non-fiction about politics and culture—that have been translated into 11 languages.

There, he determined to relaunch his stalled literary career.

We could also use a literary culture that nurtures more writers the way it has Duchovny.

Her debut poetry volume is expected in September, her first picture book is on the way, and she has several other literary projects cooking.

Much as I value serious literary fiction, I find reading it to be exceptionally draining.

When I was writing the proposal for the book with my literary agent, I was in the middle of the depression, and I didn’t have the understanding I have now that it would have been an OK thing to admit.

The next time I saw Barry was years later, more than ten, and by that time my own work had become a presence on the literary scene.

I don’t think it’s affected my sense of self or my importance in the literary world.

Her nephew comes along to wrangle the ladies and her literary agent.

Jane graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Swarthmore and was fiercely literary.