Literary managers (Theater) -- See Dramaturges Here are entered works on persons who advise theatrical directors on literary matters, including reading and selecting plays, selecting translations, helping with adaptations, advising on the historical context of plays, and writing program notes.
Literary mystifications -- See Literary forgeries and mystifications Here are entered works on literature of spurious authorship. Works on forgery as a theme in literature are entered under Forgery in literature.
Literary nonfiction -- See Creative nonfiction Here are entered works that use literary styles and techniques to present factually accurate narratives in a compelling, vivid manner.
Literary patronage -- See Authors and patrons Here are entered works on support of literature by individuals and corporations. Works on support of literature by governments are entered under Government aid to literature.
Literary patrons -- See Also Authors and patrons Here are entered works on support of literature by individuals and corporations. Works on support of literature by governments are entered under Government aid to literature.
--subdivision Characters under names of individual literary authors, e.g. Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616--Characters; and under literary works entered under title, e.g. Beowulf--Characters; also subdivision In literature under names of individual persons and families, e.g. Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865--In literature; also headings for individual literary characters, e.g. Finn, Huckleberry (Fictitious character); and headings for individual characteristics and classes of persons in literature, e.g. Avarice in literature; Children in literature
Literary sketch -- See Essay Here are entered works on the essay as a literary form. Collections of essays are entered under Essays.
Literary societies -- See Literature Societies, etc. Here are entered works about societies devoted to literature in general. Works about societies devoted to particular national literatures are entered under the national literature with the subdivision Societies, etc., e.g. English literature--Societies, etc.
--subdivision Literary style under names of individual literary authors, e.g. Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616--Literary style; also subdivision Style under individual languages and groups of languages and individual literary works entered under title, e.g. English language--Style; Beowulf--Style; and subdivision Literary art under names of other individual persons