The form of language and the presentation of the information are among the differences of the literary text of the non literary.
The literary text is prepared in a personal language, shrouded in emotion, use of lyricism and values of the author or the being (or object) portrayed.
Non-literary text, on the other hand, is marked by the referential language and is therefore also called utility text.
In short, the literary text is intended for expression, with reality demonstrated in a poetic way, and there can be subjectivity.
The non-literary text, however, is marked by the portrait of naked and raw reality. It is possible to treat the same subject in the two forms of text and to point the subject to the receiver without prejudice to the information.
The language used is personal content, full of emotions and values of the sender and there is the use of subjectivity
Use impersonal, objective language straight
Use of multidisciplinary language and full of connotations
Poetic, lyrical language, expressed with aesthetic goals in the re-creation of reality or creation of an intangible reality, only literary
Representation of tangible reality
Primor of expression
Attention, priority to information