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Belonging or relating to the writer of a book, article, or document.‘no authorial voice interferes to colour the scene for us’
- ‘Note that Carroll is here assuming that authorial intention is relevant to interpretation.’
- ‘Nothing here is obscured or confused by authorial partiality.’
- ‘An authorial motive can be discerned in Austen's having made her heroine's father a marine.’
- ‘The long takes become understandable as an authorial strategy for the organization of documentary materials.’
- ‘Eliot clearly had authorial doubts about her concluding remarks.’
- ‘It is quite readable, with a strong sense of narrative and a distinctive authorial voice.’
- ‘We spent much time deconstructing notions of authorial originality, yet we proceed as if we were all born yesterday.’
- ‘The culpability of traditional authorial power has left many a critical writer pussyfooting around issues.’
- ‘That nod in itself contradicts his assertion that my historical account lacks authorial analysis.’
- ‘The camera's authorial control transforms the workers into an army of extras.’
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