a person who manages the business affairs of an author
- Literary darwinism
noun a school of literary criticism in search of innate patterns of human behavior; a manner of looking at a literary text keeping in mind that humans behave in certain universal ways Examples Literary Darwinists look at child bearing and rearing, efforts to acquire resources (money, property, influence) and competition and cooperation within families and […]
- Literary device
noun a literary or linguistic technique that produces a specific effect, esp. a figure of speech, narrative style, or plot mechanism
- Literary element
noun the components of a literary piece: character, setting, plot, theme, and ending/resolution
noun 1. a person entrusted with the publishable works and other papers of a deceased author.