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ju·ve·nil·i·a

 (jo͞o′və-nĭl′ē-ə, -nĭl′yə)
pl.n.
Works, particularly written or artistic works, produced in an author's or artist's youth.

[Latin iuvenīlia, from neuter pl. of iuvenīlis, juvenile; see juvenile.]

juvenilia

(ˌdʒuːvɪˈnɪlɪə)
pl n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) works of art, literature, or music produced in youth or adolescence, before the artist, author, or composer has formed a mature style
[C17: from Latin, literally: youthful things; see juvenile]

ju•ve•nil•i•a

(ˌdʒu vəˈnɪl i ə, -ˈnɪl yə)

n.pl.
1. works, esp. writings, produced in one's youth.
2. literary or artistic productions suitable or designed for the young.
(Latin, n. use of neuter pl. of juvenīlis juvenile]

juvenilia

1. the literary compositions produced in an author’s youth.
2. literary productions intended for the young.
See also: Literary Style
Translations

juvenilia

[ˌdʒuːvɪˈnɪlɪə] NPLobras fpl de juventud

juvenilia

pl (form)Jugendwerke pl
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His performances of Mozart's sonatas for violin and keyboard, made with fortepianist Luc Devos between 1991-2005, have been repackaged in a medium-priced five-CD box set which omits the juvenilia but has the major works beginning with those Mozart composed in Mannheim to the mature Vienna sonatas.
He began publishing essays in newspapers while still in his teens and, while he didn't want those essays dredged up and published, this juvenilia recently began appearing from Gingko Library .
The two weighty piano cycles, following the juvenilia, present Fibich as a mature composer.
Roffman sensitively mines these themes in the poet's earliest writing, including previously unpublished juvenilia.
Consequently, the publication of the three volumes of the juvenilia was held back for years until Love & Freindship and Other Early Works (3), appeared in 1922 and was praised by G.
Yoga Hosers" is an imbecilic, strenuously wacky helping of see-what-sticks juvenilia that finds director Kevin Smith continuing the "True North Trilogy" he began with 2013's rather more endurable "Tusk.
Bronte fans will recognize the juvenilia characters as early signs of Rochester and Heathcliff, but the frame story itself as another Faustian tragedy.
Music can be extremely powerful to younger people and it should not be casually disregarded by us grownups as mere juvenilia," he said.
Other aspects of this juvenilia suggest an adolescent already seeing the world as brimming with absurdities and terrors.
But we know better, and already in her juvenilia we can recognize a budding professional at work: carefully collecting and preserving her early writings in the notebooks she called Volume the First, Volume the Second, and Volume the Third, like the volumes of the standard three-decker novel of her day; providing elaborate and self-regarding letters of dedication to each item; and humorously claiming, in her dedication to Catharine, or the Bower, that the pieces she had dedicated to Cassandra, "The beautiful Cassandra, and The History of England .
The second, and largest, category is the huge body of juvenilia composed by Britten when he was a precociously gifted schoolboy, which is inevitably of variable quality, though the best of it is truly astonishing in its technical assurance.
The early chapters here could have been done away with: juvenilia are, after all, juvenilia, even if they come from the pen of George F.