This chapter will show the possibility of literary-work (poems, stories, novels, etc.) generation. First, the author introduces the research field, language-sense processing engineering (LSE). The key concept in LSE is language sense. The author defines “language sense” as affective or psychological aspects of language, to analyze and show several types of literary-work generation. For instance, ... [Show full abstract] the author analyzes the emotional and technical part of waka generation to generate new waka (Japanese poems). One feature that can be used for literary-work generation is “intertextuality” proposed by J. Kristeva. Below, the possibility of the automatic literary-work generation will be shown using a strategy to generate waka. In addition, several strategies to generate literary works will be shown to illustrate the possibility of automatic literary-work generation. In addition, the author will show the possibility of literary-work generation by abduction, which is rather intelligent generation.