Designating a period of English literature, generally understood as extending from the late 17th century to the mid 18th century, when some writers consciously sought to emulate the style, esp. the refinement and elegance, of the Augustan period of Roman literature. (OED)
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    augustan literature
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    Augustan Literature
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    Augustan literature


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