Literary candle, also called literary candles, are used to illuminate the room and can be placed on a shelf or placed in front of a light source to make the room feel lit and bright.
They are often used to help lit candles to light up a room in an informal setting.
Writer and filmmaker Fernando López Ocampo used them to illuminate a room of his house in Buenos Aires in 2014 to mark the opening of a bookshop he was opening in Buenos Aries.
He told the New York Times that he had found the candles helpful to light the room up, which he said was a big change from his previous home.
He said that he found the candle-lighting to be a natural extension of his work, saying: “The candles can be used for any occasion.”
The term ‘literature candles’ has been used to describe these candle-lit rooms in the past.
In 2013, The New Yorker’s David Foster Wallace used the term to describe a room that was “filled with lit candles” in his book Infinite Jest.
According to the New Yorker, he also uses “lit candles” to illuminate other rooms.
The word ‘litera’ in Spanish originates from the Latin ‘literas’ meaning ‘light’ or ‘lightning’.