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au·thor·ship / ˈô[unvoicedth]ərˌship/ • n. the fact or position of someone's having written a book or other written work: an investigation into the authorship of the Gospels. ∎  the occupation of writing: he took to authorship.

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Authorship

49. Authorship

  1. Eden, Martin laborer who becomes a famous writer. [Am. Lit.: Martin Eden ]

Autobiography (See BIOGRAPHY and AUTOBIOGRAPHY .)

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