a person who manages the business affairs of an author
What Is Literary Apostrophe?Apostrophes in literature were used a lot in the early 1900s and before, but today they’re much less common. Sometimes you’ll still see them in poems, plays, and songs. You’ve definitely heard them in everyday speech.
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- literary executor,
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