Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

văn học in English:

1. literary


From a literary point of view, his work is a failure.
Can computers actually translate literary works?
She has some literary talent.
It's not as if just anybody can write a literary gem.
Many people, if not most, look on literary taste as an elegant accomplishment.
The reason the Northern and Southern Dynasties had failed in their rule was that they allowed literary splendor to surpass real substance.
Noted literary personalities gathered together last evening.
Literary composition is a great achievement that concerns the ruling of a state, a splendid affair of eternal standing.
Whenever the literary German dives into a sentence, that is the last you are going to see of him till he emerges on the other side of his Atlantic with his verb in his mouth.
Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author.
Reading literary criticism is very helpful to understanding literature.
When, one day, computers undertake to translate literary works, it will be the end of literature as we know it.
The Koran, far from being inimitable, is a literary work of inferior quality, as it is neither clear, nor understandable, nor does it possess any practical value and is certainly not a revealed book.
This book is the literary equivalent of Haribo sweets: you only want to eat one, but end up devouring the whole packet.
It is a literary work confronting the class problem of a consumer society.

2. literature


He studies contemporary literature.
The difficulties of the Japanese language prevent all but a handful of foreigners from approaching the literature in the original.
Although many European researchers have studied ancient Persian literature in the nineteenth century, the new world is not paying attention to our contemporary literature.
And they will continue to influence the world through the excitement of their literature, movies and music.
At school I had enjoyed reading Japanese literature in English translation, in particular Soseki's I am a Cat and Kokoro, and Akutagawa's The Nose and Kappa.
Japanese literature, in spite of its beauty and riches, is as yet inadequately known in the West.
Esperanto, with its 130-year history and abundant literature, can be mastered in one tenth of the time required for learning one of the widespread national languages.
From our human experience and history, at least as far as I am informed, I know that everything essential and great has only emerged when human beings had a home and were rooted in a tradition. Today’s literature is, for instance, largely destructive.
Once divorced from key questions of national culture and identity, comparative literature loses its way.
When, one day, computers undertake to translate literary works, it will be the end of literature as we know it.
He works at a scientific institute where linguists, literature scholars, historians, sociologists, economists, and other scholars investigate everything that has to do with gnomes.
Doctor L.L. Zamenhof (1859-1917) personally translated masterpieces of literature into Esperanto.
Literature reflects human activity as carried on by the best minds.
Every man's work, whether it be literature or music or a picture or architecture or anything else, is always a portrait of himself.
From the coffee table photo book to the bathroom factoid anthology to the bedside escapist novel, American literature is designed to match the furniture.