Definition of juvenilia in English:
Works produced by an author or artist while still young.
- London's first chapter on the Brontes' juvenilia critiques the literary-critical construction of an individual, solitary author out of collaborative, adolescent writing practices.
- But a remark by Evelyn Waugh about the juvenilia of Ronald Knox comes to mind, that only by ‘shameless and inept experiments’ does any writer achieve ‘mastery of a very difficult language’.
- The appendix to the Complete Poems prints the two pieces of juvenilia that were published in Bunting's youth, both remarkably conventional given that Bunting knew and already admired Whitman.
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