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Authorship

Autobiography (See BIOGRAPHY and AUTOBIOGRAPHY.)
Eden, Martin
laborer who becomes a famous writer. [Am. Lit.: Martin Eden]
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He had never seen the whole poem, and he had tried vainly to learn its authorship.
Unless I am entirely mistaken, the authorship of the anonymous letters has not mystified
They are disguised hands, except the letter," he said, presently, "but there can be no question as to the authorship.
His most enduring literary work, however, was the inspiration and possibly partial authorship of the 'Anglo-Saxon Chronicle,' a series of annals beginning with the Christian era, kept at various monasteries, and recording year by year (down to two centuries and a half after Alfred's own death), the most important events of history, chiefly that of England.
Plichard Bentley, at the close of the seventeenth century, to examine more minutely the existing versions of Aesop's Fables, and he maintained that many of them could, with a slight change of words, be resolved into the Scazonic l7 iambics, in which Babrias is known to have written: and, with a greater freedom than the evidence then justified, he put forth, in behalf of Babrias, a claim to the exclusive authorship of these fables.
He would take the assertion of that honourable Pickwickian whose voice he had just heard--it was celebrated; but if the fame of that treatise were to extend to the farthest confines of the known world, the pride with which he should reflect on the authorship of that production would be as nothing compared with the pride with which he looked around him, on this, the proudest moment of his existence.
Authorship credit: A national study of social work educators' beliefs.
Shakespeare Only is a thoughtful, if often puzzling, contribution to the historicist debates over the nature of early modern authorship and authority, and the introduction offers a valuable survey of the foundational scholarship in the field, even as it seeks to offer a corrective to the narratives that have become the new orthodoxy.
Author, reader, book; medieval authorship in theory and practice.
Historically speaking, authorship owes its initiation to the post-war period with Bazin and the New Wave critic/directors and their commitment to the notion of the personal voice and creative expression and Astruc's idea of the camera 'stylo'.
Despite the cogent denial, however, it may be productive to acknowledge Shakespeare's Literary Authorship as a sequel--not to National Poet-Playwright, but rather to Cheney's prize-winning Marlowe's Counterfeit Profession: Ovid, Spenser, Counter-Nationhood (1997).
It turned out that 6 of the 7 questions were about authorship criteria, and each question related to a specific circumstance that the questioner had encountered or was currently encountering.