A scholarly piece of writing of essay or book length on a specific, often limited subject.(noun)
To write a monograph on.(verb-transitive)
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Use "monograph" in a sentence
"Because your monograph is already graded, and you are already taking independent study units, your course units have to be efficient uses of your time."
"James Lee's dissertation-based monograph is said to have been published by Harvard University Press (2004) as A Frontier Political Economy, Southwest China."
"While most scholarly books are reviewed by a few carefully chosen experts before publication, McKenzie Wark's latest monograph is getting line-by-line critiques from hundreds of strangers in cyberspace, many of whom know absolutely nothing about his academic field."