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Linguistics, Languages, and Literatures

lin gwist' iks, the study of languages

lang' gwij, (1) a body of words and systems for their use common to a people of the same community or nation; (2) any system of symbols, sounds, or gestures used for communication

lit' er a chur, (1) writing in prose or verse regarded as having permanent worth through its intrinsic excellence; (2) the entire body of writings of a specific language, period, etc.; (3) the writings dealing with a particular subject


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SUBDIVISIONS
American LiteratureAmerican Literature Germanic and Scandinavian Languages
BroadcastingBroadcasting
the transmission of programs by radio or television
Greek and Latin Languages and Literatures
Comic Books, Strips, Etc. Italian LiteratureItalian Literature
Danish Literature JournalismJournalism
the occupation of gathering, writing, editing, and publishing or broadcasting news
Dramatic ArtsDramatic Arts
the art of writing, producing, and appearing in plays
Motion PicturesMotion Pictures
English Language The Performing Arts
English Literature Russian LiteratureRussian Literature
French LiteratureFrench Literature Spanish LiteratureSpanish Literature
German Literature  

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