- Power (novel), a 1962 novel by Howard Fast
- Power (2004 novel), a novel by J. A. Stiehl
- Power (play), a 2003 play by Nick Dear
- The Power (novel), a 1956 book by Frank M. Robinson, on which the 1968 film is based
- The Power (self-help book), a 2010 book by Rhonda Byrne
- Girl Got Game, originally Power!! a manga series
- Power: A New Social Analysis, a 1938 sociology book by Bertrand Russell
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“There are people whom even childrens literature would corrupt. They read with particular enjoyment the piquant passages in the Psalter and in the Wisdom of Solomon.”
—Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (18601904)
“The literature of the inner life is very largely a record of struggle with the inordinate passions of the social self.”
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“This is not writing at all. Indeed, I could say that Shakespeare surpasses literature altogether, if I knew what I meant.”
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