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Indeed, it cannot account for the appearance of female authorship in the first place. ... For example, all the women in this study combine their rhetoric of authorship with one of dispossession. ...doi:10.1525/9780520917149-002 fatcat:2agy76bgxvf6rgt5mfcx7ru4jy
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The Gleanings are of interest as they permit us to establish Moir’s contributions to the literary magazines and, in the case of at least one collected story, raise questions about the validity of our identification ... of authorship in the Miscellaneous Pieces in Prose (1773) by John and A. ...
After its adop- the state stands im loco parentis, and its origin individuality are lost in the anonymity of a ‘ial number which is assigned to each act for oses of identification. ... Schaefer, published The Foundation Press, Chicago, 1933. t is perhaps unusual for a department of cur- t legal literature to concern itself with that form f literary product found in contemporary legisla ...
The book of Jubilees imagines a literary world that is rich, full, and ever expanding. ... However, in her quest for a native literary theory of antiquity, Mroczek takes nothing for granted. ... The very expansiveness of both texts and characters recommended their special importance and sacred status in the ancient literary imagination. ...doi:10.18809/sba.2016.0113 fatcat:djtqttuna5dk5fl6um2jjqfn6q
Through mixed-methods research and a sample from Spain, we find that scientific authorship accounts for a considerable percentage of all literary fiction authorship. ... Some scientists write literary fiction books in their spare time. If these books contain scientific knowledge, literary fiction becomes a mechanism of knowledge transfer. ... This would be apparent in the need for academic scientists to confine authorship of literary fiction to their spare time, whereas for non-academic scientists it may be part of their profession. ...doi:10.1007/s10961-018-9672-6 fatcat:gvyimopp6fdrxncgbzyfm57tba
An example is a literary work (such as a letter or a book) which is created by an author with the use of a computer running word processor software such as Microsoft Word or Open Office. ... Replacing the focus on authorship of Part III works -which has been interpreted restrictively as requiring a human author -with a focus on the identification of a human 'as sufficiently associated with ...doi:10.15209/vulj.v3i1.25 fatcat:n3i3ew4se5csrn6erfqml5nhoq
This article proposes a methodology for authorship attribution of literary texts based on the use of data compressors. ... We consider the problems of the authorship of literary texts in the framework of the quantitative study of literature. ... In this paper, we develop a compression-based "threesample problem" method for identification of the author of literary texts. ...doi:10.3390/e23101302 pmid:34682026 pmcid:PMC8534409 fatcat:7vco2r26qzccrhtu7mubrwlvry
T HE information given in this book shows that the scientific man has come to the aid of the art expert in his endeavour to determine the period and the authorship of paintings of disputed origin. ... ( 1) Preliminary Report on the Treatment of Pul- The method recommended by the author for a monary Tuberculosis with Tuberculin. By Dr. critical examination of the brush work is to make Noel D. ...doi:10.1038/094276a0 fatcat:6d23di7jsrbh5dfayptufoipti
Several stories by Henry James that stage author-reader relations offer glimpses of his idea of authorship and suggest that, for him, authorial self-consciousness plays out as a queer performance. ... This essay assesses the contradiction between the widespread critical acceptance of the post-structuralist mortification of authorship, on one hand, and the rise and continued purchase of authorship-focused ... The first definition for "writer" in Merriam-Webster's online dictionary is "author", whereas the first definition for "author" is "the writer of a literary work (such as a book)". ...doi:10.14434/tc.v14i1.32831 fatcat:fw34afytdzhjpfdg7g5igdnkvq
But if, as I note above, these fields do "need" each other,then this book is worth exploring for both feminist scholars and Iranian studiesspecialists. ... another.While the content and subject of these studies might include Iranian society,culture, or art, it is often the case that the critical method being deployedis more important than the historical, literary ... In fact, I would recommend that readers begin reading this book with a leisurely and reflective perusal of the appendix. ...doi:10.35632/ajis.v33i3.924 fatcat:seuijkaikzc2ngqy2xkjussppa
Duke law journal
I am indebted to Jane Ginsberg for her identification of the genealogy of the "Romantic literary commonplace... ... I am indebted to my colleague James Boyle for this illustration. See Steiner, With a Bang and a Whimper, The Times (London) Literary Supp. Dec. 28, 1990, at 1392, col. 2 (book review of A. ...doi:10.2307/1372734 fatcat:wmrhdrxqdrdohobf3q3uspleyy
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of authorship in the Miscellaneous Pieces in Prose (1773) by John and A. ... Seally perhaps deserves separate study for his educational works. His first effort seems to have been a spelling book entitled The Universal Tutor (London, 1767). ...doi:10.1093/nq/27-1-60 fatcat:44dwbnvhp5h2dmig4sgkgsanfu
The Classical World
Examples are given of the method to be recommended in order to establish, where possible, both the authorship and the identity of texts such as are insufficiently or incorrectly noted in the Gesamtkatalog ... The desiderata given by the author (p. 14) for a more exact identification of an incunabulum are such as would in his opinion be expected of a scholar who reports the contents of an important manuscript ...
literary creation, advancing the plea for a female genealogy. ... Lanyer's most famous work Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum (1611) a cornerstone in the construction of female readership, offering at the same time an example of a collaborative rather than competitive model for ... Not only were they recommended for daily reading, but they became gradually a crucial discourse in the construction of autobiographical writing (she continued her brother's translation of the Psalms cut ...doi:10.2478/genst-2013-0013 fatcat:ckqgztkgdbg6vgeqdglllpw4su
In this paper, we have proposed methods to deal with the authorship attribution problem in Bengali. ... Authorship Attribution is a long-standing problem in Natural Language Processing. Several statistical and computational methods have been used to find a solution to this problem. ... We have used classification for identification of the author. ...arXiv:1607.05650v2 fatcat:zra4mg7i5jgphh3wddansm7ecy
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