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Use "nonliterary" in a sentence
"In the samples you've provided, the political commitment of the literary right is clearly extraliterary, or rather nonliterary, that is, tone deaf to the novel, a conclusion readily argued from the premises of the New criticism concerning ambiguity in narrative voice."
"And you may also have noticed that I don't treat "nonliterary" and "unpopular" as value judgments."
"He built it out perfectly to his specifications, but it's based totally on nonliterary verse."