noun: Poetic or literary inspiration.
- chrestomathy noun: 1. A volume of selected literary passages, usually by one author. 2. A selection of literary passages from a foreign language, especially one assembled for studying a language.
- feuilleton noun: 1. The part of a European newspaper devoted to light literature, criticism, and the like; also something printed in this section. 2. A novel published in installments. 3. A short literary piece.
- hamartia Definition: (noun) The character flaw or error of a tragic hero that leads to his downfall. Synonyms: tragic flaw. Usage: Many a noble literary character has been brought low by his hamartia. Discuss
- cat’s pajamas noun: Something or someone truly excellent.