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Spell Check of literature

Correct spelling: literature

Common misspellings for literature:

litereature, lititaure.


Google Ngram Viewer results for literature:

This graph shows how "literature" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for literature:

  1. Literature is collective, including in the most general sense all the written or printed productions of the human mind in all lands and ages, or in a more limited sense, referring to all that has been published in some land or age, or in some department of human knowledge; as, the literature of Greece; the literature of the Augustan age; the literature of politics or of art. Literature used absolutely, denotes what has been called " polite literature or belles- lettres, i. e., the works collectively that embody taste, feeling, loftiness of thought, and purity and beauty of style, as poetry, history, fiction, and dramatic compositions, including also much of philosophical writing, as the " Republic" of Plato, and oratorical productions, as the orations of Demosthenes. In the broad sense, we can speak of the literature of science; in the narrower sense, we speak of literature and science as distinct departments of knowledge. Literature is also used to signify literary pursuits or occupations; as, to devote one's life to literature Compare KNOWLEDGE; SCIENCE. –  by
  2. He knows all that we know about current English literature – America To-day, Observations and Reflections by William Archer
  3. What do judges of literature say of it now? – Afoot in England by W.H. Hudson

Quotes for literature:

  1. In the order of literature, as in others, there is no act that is not the coronation of an infinite series of causes and the source of an infinite series of effects.
  2. I've been as bad an influence on American literature as anyone I can think of.
  3. Gossip is more popular than literature.
  4. All good Literature rests primarily on insight.
  5. The difficulty of literature is not to write, but to write what you mean; not to affect your reader, but to affect him precisely as you wish.