When Will I Be Able to Read the Novel?

The word “literary” was first coined in 1821 by the French mathematician and physicist Thomas Jefferson.

It has come to mean anything with writing or artistic expression, from poetry to novels and plays to plays in a movie theater.

The word is also used to describe novels that were written between 1790 and the late 19th century.

The term has come under renewed scrutiny recently in the aftermath of the publication of the book Fifty Shades of Grey, which sparked widespread controversy over its depiction of sex.

Many authors have denounced the novel as sexually offensive and misogynistic.