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We examine literary work as a product of the scholar's 'educated imagination' and review features of this performance culture (i.e., quality, quantity, impact, influence, and importance), which lend themselves to evaluation. Insights are drawn from the research and commentaries of specialists, including scholars of literature and bibliometricians. Peer review as it is seen in book reviews plays a critical role in how literary quality is perceived, while citations from books and journal articlesdoi:10.1093/reseval/rvs017 fatcat:25e4wjnwdbbflef4xzcz6js5xe