inedita

Related to inedita: peccadillo

inedita

(ɪnˈɛdɪtə)
pl n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) literature unpublished writings

in•ed•i•ta

(ɪnˈɛd ɪ tə)

n.pl.
unpublished literary works.
[1885–90; < Latin, neuter pl. of inēditus not made known =in- in-3 + ēditus, past participle of ēdere; see edit]
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In effetti viene recuperata una lettera inedita, si discute dell'attualita e della fortuna americana nonche dell'eclatante processo costato al sindaco poeta persino un'ingiusta detenzione.
Saucier demonstrates, for example, that the Lauds for Theodard drew heavily on the language and content of the tenth-century Acta inedita to tell the story of Lambert's translation of his predecessor's relics.
A partir de una gran cantidad de informacion inedita procedente de archivos colombianos y espanoles, Jorge Gamboa documenta, recrea y propone una nueva interpretacion mas acorde con la reflexion historica contemporanea sobre el proceso que llevo a los originarios psihipquas y tybas a convertirse en caciques y capitanes durante el periodo comprendido entre 1537 y 1575.
From her first volume Celda verde (1971) to Pasion inedita (1990), the implicit poet keeps close company with a silent interlocutor ("tu") whose primary role is to pay heed to the poet's metapoetic misgivings.