literaturenoun

  • ja文献、資料
  • enwritings dealing with a particular subject

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Anyway, I brought some literature about a health sensation that's sweeping the nation:
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Pyramid Herbal!
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- Can I at least give you some literature to read? - Absolutely no. No, no, no.
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Hey, why don't we read it together in case you have any questions, brother?
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It's been in the literature for a century,
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in every pediatrician's office, in every parenting book or magazine.
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So, for sensory inspiration,
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he looked to one of the most famous pieces of literature on the subject,
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Proust's 'A La Recherche du Temps Perdu,' or 'In Search of Lost Time.'
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Periods mess up your poops, definitely.
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There's a lot of literature on that.
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I need to read more books.

Other meanings for literature...

literaturenoun

  • ja〔散文や韻文の優れた〕文学(作品)
  • enpieces of writing that are valued as works of art, especially novels, plays and poems
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I'm writing 'Frankenstein,'
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a landmark piece of literature that will remain relevant for centuries to come.
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I'd read all of Jane Austen by the time I was 12,
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including her lesser-known work, 'Lady Susan,'
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which is a severely underrated piece of feminist literature.
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You can finally catch up on all the great literature out there.
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Like '50 Shades of Grey.'
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Anna expanded her studies to classical literature, rhetoric,
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history, philosophy, mathematics, astronomy, and medicine.
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The Romans had little tradition of writing serious literature
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and Virgil wanted to create a poem
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to rival the 'Iliad' and 'Odyssey' of Ancient Greece.