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Both say they want to write literary books that are accessible to a general audience.He has some literary talent.

Dostoevsky, Fyodor, two or three former literary celebrities who happened to be in Petersburg, and with whom Varvara Petrovna had long maintained a most refined correspondence, came also.All the random mingling and idle talk made him hate literary parties.

The author uses many literary devices in his work.No one was aware of her literary talent.

It was Dickens who first used the word 'detective' in a literary context.I vowed I would eschew all literary graces, and here at the first sentence I am being seduced by them.He was a literary lion among the writers of his time.

The literary world has enthroned Shakespeare for so long that his preeminence among writers seems unassailable.I am growing more and more sick of gossip and the whole literary shebang.