- Tomorrow (novel), a novel by Graham Swift
- Tomorrow series, a series of novels by John Marsden
- Tomorrow Speculative Fiction, a magazine
- Tom Tomorrow, the pen name of American editorial cartoonist Dan Perkins
- T. O. Morrow, a fictional supervillain in the DC universe
- Studies in Comparative Religion, originally Tomorrow, an academic journal
- Tomorrow, a play by Robert Drouet
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Famous quotes containing the word literature:
“One thing that literature would be greatly the better for
Would be a more restricted employment by authors of simile and
—Ogden Nash (19021971)
“This is not writing at all. Indeed, I could say that Shakespeare surpasses literature altogether, if I knew what I meant.”
—Virginia Woolf (18821941)
“What makes literature interesting is that it does not survive its translation. The characters in a novel are made out of the sentences. Thats what their substance is.”
—Jonathan Miller (b. 1936)