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aesthetic having to do with beauty or art, including literature, dance, music, painting, drawing, and sculpture.
allegory in art or literature, the use of concrete characters, events, or things, to represent abstract qualities or ideas, often to make a point about good and evil. [1/2 definitions]
book a work of literature, such as a novel or a volume of poetry. [1/3 definitions]
classic a work of art or literature that is considered to be one of the best. A classic is an example against which other works are judged. [2/4 definitions]
climax the point at which a conflict reaches a crisis in a work of literature. [1/2 definitions]
critic a person whose work is to judge and write opinions about music, movies, plays, art, and literature. [1/2 definitions]
critique a written evaluation of a work of art or literature. [1/3 definitions]
culture the quality of knowing and caring about art, literature, good manners, and what goes on in the world. [1/4 definitions]
genie a spirit, often in human form, that will grant one's wishes. Genies are sometimes written about in Arabian literature.
heroic having to do with literature about a hero. [1/3 definitions]
humanity (plural) studies that deal with human thoughts and human culture. The humanities include music, art, history, and literature, but do not include the sciences. [1/3 definitions]
literary having to do with literature or those who write or read literature. [2 definitions]
literature writings that have lasting value. Literature includes stories, poems, plays, and essays. [1/2 definitions]
part a section of a work of literature or other written work. [1/13 definitions]
piece a work of art, literature, or music. [1/5 definitions]
renaissance (capitalized) the revival of art, literature, and learning that began in Europe in the 1300s and lasted into the 1600s. During the Renaissance, scholars, writers, and artists took a great interest in the writings and ideas of classical culture. [1/2 definitions]
romance a love relationship, either in life or in literature or film. [2/4 definitions]
skit a short, funny piece of literature. [1/2 definitions]
thee you. This word was once in common use, but is now used mostly in literature of the past and religious texts.
thou you; the person or god spoken to. This word was once in common use, but is now used mostly in literature of the past and religious texts.