Author

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An author is a person who writes books, stories, poems, or other written work. Their writing can be truth or fiction, short or long. Often, author is a word for a person whose job is to write. Any person who writes may be called a writer.

Sometimes, a person who creates something that is not prose is called an author. Someone who writes music may be called the author of that piece of music, though we would usually call that person a composer. In the film world, the French word for author, auteur, is often used about someone who has been both the writer and director of a movie.

In biology, the first person to write an article that gives a name to and describes a type of living thing is the author of that name.

In law, author is the first owner of copyright[1].

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  1. Lessig, Lawrence (2015-11-13). Free Culture. ISBN 978-82-690182-0-2.

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