literature

Gale Literature Thesaurus

The Gale Literature Thesaurus is a subset of the master Gale Humanities Thesaurus. This thesaurus includes subject areas related to authorship, literary criticism, cultural movements, fiction and nonfiction, literary forms and techniques, and literary occupations. Specific areas include literary genres, publishing, literary techniques, literary movements and groups, journalism, creative writing, reading, print formats such as books and periodicals, and oral traditions such as storytelling. All thesaural relationships (BT/NT, RT, USE/UF) are included, and some terms have scope notes.

Literary Terms & Devices in English for Language Arts

"Literary terms and devices are a collection of universal artistic structures that are typical of all works of literature frequently employed by the writers to give meanings and a logical framework to their works through language. When such works are read by readers, they ultimately recognize and appreciate these literary structures. Due to their universality, they also allow the readers to compare a work of one writer to that of another and often across languages.

Stories Ontology

"Stories are present throughout our everyday lives and our history: books, film, television, and radio weave events into narrative and plot; myths and legends are passed between generations; news stories describe both ongoing and past events. These stories often share similar themes, characters, items, and locations: by providing an approach to linking these items together, stories can become powerfully navigable, discoverable, and open to new analysis and creation techniques.

Aufstellungssystematik Lusitanistik

"Die Fachsystematik der lusitanischen Buchbestände wird mit Ausnahme der Gruppen B, H, L, R und S um ein Geozeichen ergänzt, das erkennen läßt, ob es sich um ein Werk über Portugal, das portugiesischsprachige Afrika, Asien oder Amerika handelt. Länderübergreifende Darstellungen haben kein Geo-Zeichen und stehen jeweils am Anfang einer Systemgruppe."

"The technical system of Lusitanian book collections is supplemented by a geo-sign, with the exception of groups B, H, L, R and S, which shows whether the work is about Portugal, Portuguese-speaking Africa, Asia or America No geo-sign and stand at the beginning of a system group. "

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