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(1) By the 1920's, he was lionised by literary London.
(2) Her poetry is full of obscure literary allusions.
(3) It is a literary word.
(4) Latin was the literary language of.
(5) He reads all the literary quarterlies.
(6) He presents his own highbrow literary programme.
(7) Her internationally acclaimed novel has won several literary prizes.
(8) He made little proficiency in literary accomplishments.
(9) He began to churn out literary compositions in English.
(10) Literary studies have been cross - fertilized by new ideas in linguistics.
(11) She's the literary editor of the "Sunday Review".
(12) He used to attend to his literary salons.
(13) Her novels are packed with literary allusions.
(14) Your style is a bit too literary.
(15) Her poetry is full of obscure literary allusion.
(16) Her speech was larded with literary quotations. Sentencedict.com
(17) He was inducted into a literary society.
(18) He made a living from literary work.
(19) The book drew lavish praise from literary critics.
(20) They met at a literary luncheon.
(21) The annotation of literary texts makes them more accessible.
(22) My father often contributes to a literary journal.
(23) He was esteemed as a literary wit.
(24) James Joyce's Ulysses'challenged the literary traditions of his day.
(25) The Journals contain accounts of literary composition.
(26) The book was favourably noticed in literary magazines.
(27) Her first novel won a prestigious literary prize.
(28) He showed a literary bent from a young age.
(29) He is highly disdainful of anything to do with the literary establishment.
(30) She has been described as the creative colossus of the literary world.
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