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literator

(ˈlɪtəˌreɪtə)
n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) another word for littérateur
[C18: from Latin, from littera letter]
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literator

a scholarly or literary person; one of the literati.
See also: Learning
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A Franssen, Tussen tekst en publiek: Jan van Doesborch, druk-ker-uitgever en literator te Antwerpen en Utrecht in de eerste helft van de zestiende eeuw (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1990), 12; Anne Rouzet, Dictionnaire des imprimeurs, libraires et editeurs des XVe et XVIe siacles dans les limites gAographiques de la Belgique actuelle (Nieuwkoop, Netherlands: De Graaf, 1975), 56-57 (about van Doesborch), 57-58 (about van den Dorpe).
Chukwumah's latest publications include "Retheorizing the Pharmakos: the Nso Concept in Narratives of the Igbo of Nigeria," Journal of Literary Studies 31.4 (2015): 23-41, while his essay, "'An Augury of the World's Ruin' and the Making of the Tragic Hero in Chinua Achebe's Arrow of God," is due to appear in Literator: Journal of Literary Criticism, Comparative Linguistics and Literary Studies 37.1 (2016).
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The author acknowledges the valuable feedback from reviewers of this article as well as from the Editor of Literator.
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