Of course not. There are as many horribly written books (maybe lots more) in literature as there are well-written "classics." I suppose it partially depends on your definition of masterpiece, but literature is everything that anyone published at any point... in whatever language, of whatever quality. And, believe me, there is a LOT of junk that gets published. To illustrate, walk through a bookstore sometime, and instead of heading straight for the section where you usually shop, or that appeals to you, start browsing other sections. I guarantee that you will find several books that you would never, ever read even if they were the last books on Earth. There is an awful lot of good stuff as well... but just like television with a b'zillion channels, you have to pick and choose to find what is good. Just because someone puts it on TV doesn't make it good. Same with books.
Melissa McFarland Pennell has written: 'Masterpieces of American Romantic Literature (Greenwood Introduces Literary Masterpieces)'
Thomas L. Cooksey has written: 'Masterpieces of philosophical literature' -- subject(s): Philosophy, Philosophy in literature
John Milton was blind. He wrote "Paradise Lost"- one of his masterpieces during his blindness...
Jeannette L. Gilder has written: 'The tomboy at work' 'The autobiography of a tomboy' 'Masterpieces of the world's best literature' -- subject(s): Literature, Collections
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The Nobel Prize in Literature 1938 was awarded to Pearl Buck for her rich and truly epic descriptions of peasant life in China and for her biographical masterpieces.
Solid State Media consists entirely of electronic components, such as integrated circuits.
Yes, boobs consist entirely of fat.
Huntley Whatley Herrington has written: 'English masterpieces, 700 to 1900' -- subject(s): English literature
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Rosamund Morris has written: 'Masterpieces of Adventure' 'Masterpieces of Horror' 'Great horror stories' 'Masterpieces of mystery & detection' 'Masterpieces of Mystery' 'Growing up' -- subject(s): Children, Socialization
The Chinese and the Japanese are two entirely different people and cultures. Therefore, the literature will be different, written by two different people's authors.
We need literature because without it, the world is entirely boring! Literature helps us to expand our cultural knowledge and everything else. Without literature, there's no music, writings, words, movies and etc.
It mainly consists of American religious poems and myths.
In literature, amplification consist of restating a word or idea and adding more details. For example: The professor gave a presentation in which he showed us different slides
The first word (Literature) has the first letter capitalised. The second word (literature) is entirely lower-case.There is no difference in the meaning of these words. At the start of a sentence, or in a title, the first letter of a word should be capitalised. Otherwise, the word literature is usually lower case, as it is not a proper noun.
It really depends on the star. But most stars consist mainly of hydrogen-1.
Hermitage Masterpieces - 1992 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G
Musical Masterpieces - 1946 is rated/received certificates of: USA:Approved
!. Oral (consist of Prose and Poetry) - passed through generation to generation. example: Pamahiin 2. Written (consist of Prose and Poetry) -preserved through books.
Wolfgang van Eyck has: Performed in "Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Masterpieces (2)" in 1999. Performed in "Johannes Brahms - Piano Masterpieces (3)" in 1999. Performed in "Johann Sebastian Bach - Piano Masterpieces (1)" in 1999. Performed in "Robert Schumann - Piano Masterpieces (9)" in 2000. Performed in "Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Piano Masterpieces (7)" in 2000. Performed in "Claude Debussy - Piano Masterpieces (5)" in 2000.
Musical Masterpieces - 1946 was released on: USA: 20 April 1946