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Things authorship often describes (“authorship ________”)
study, fiction

How authorship often is described (“________ authorship”)
joint, multiple, unknown, female, common, apostolic, divine, individual, single, original, uncertain, human, true, sole, corporate, composite, real, doubtful, collective, dramatic, american, dual, anonymous, disputed, personal, actual, traditional, professional, literary, possible, solomonic, shakespearean, self, alleged, collaborative, double, pseudonymous, male, successful, separate, probable, creative, communal, independent, scientific, christian, mosaic, reputed, baconian, native, feminine, exact, shared, later, dubious, mixed, pauline, diverse, precise, exclusive, plural, senior, cinematic, ultimate, shakespearian, platonic, homeric, biblical, contemporary, part, genuine, royal

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