World Literature ResourcesMay 2, 2019 – 09:12 am

World Literature Resources

Featured resources Newly Updated! Gale World Literature e-book collection A collection of many reference works relevant to World Literature, including: Gale Literary and Critical Databases Combined Includes both the Dictionary of Literary Biography Complete Online and 6 of the Gale Literary Criticism series. The Dictionary of Literary Biography provides access to all volumes of this award winning series. Featuring comprehensive literary biographies… A successful argument created in your critical paper is a guarantee to succeed with essay

World Literature authors listJanuary 22, 2019 – 08:41 am

World Literature authors list

Kenzaburo Oe Oe received the 1994 Nobel Prize in Literature (see WLT, Winter 2002, 4–51). His most recent work in English is The Changeling (2010). Haruki Murakami After Oe, Murakami is Japan’s most famous living author and a two-time nominee for the Neustadt International Prize for Literature. His most recent work in English is IQ84 (2011). Hisashi Inoue Inoue (1934-2010) was a leading Japanese playwright and writer of comic fiction. He served as…

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World Literature projectsNovember 8, 2018 – 12:11 pm

World Literature projects

Why World Literature? We live in an increasingly global world. We’re connected by phone, Internet, snail mail, newspapers, magazines, television. Technology has enabled me to ‘meet’ many fellow book enthusiasts from all parts of the world, sharing our love of literature through blogs, Library Thing and GoodReads. I’ve read hundreds of books in my lifetime and yet I feel my reading has been somewhat limited. I know little about the literature of South…

World Literature Syllabus CollegeOctober 19, 2018 – 12:10 pm

World Literature Syllabus College

UPDATE: Professor Goldfarb has since gotten in touch with us to let us know that Auden s course was indeed taught over the course of a single semeste r. Hey, kids, think you ve got it tough? Poet W. H. Auden was a professor at the University of Michigan during the 1941-42 academic year, teaching Fate and the Individual in European Literature. His syllabus required over 6, pages of reading including Dante s The Divine Comedy,Dostoevsky s The Brother…

World Literature for DummiesJuly 31, 2018 – 12:05 pm

World Literature for Dummies

World Literature: Part I Russian Literature Disclaimer: If you are not that into books you might want to leave by clicking here (why, isn’t that all you do in your free time?) As you’ve noticed, I’m quite protective about the importance of books. Crude as this might sound, especially from a literature enthusiast like me, I can’t help but resist doing a little T-style break down of Russian Literature. Why, you ask? Well, everything doesn’t have a why…

World Literature for College BoundJune 1, 2018 – 12:00 pm

World Literature for College Bound

INTRODUCTION: The books on this list illuminate and explore the worlds and lives around us and those far away, where we have come from and where we may be going. Use these books to broaden your horizons and deepen your understandings, whether you are preparing for college or looking to expand your learning in other ways. Choose a list that covers an area you know little about, or choose a title from your favorite subject—either way you will find something…

World Literature CompanyApril 22, 2018 – 11:57 am

World Literature Company

A Pact With Books: The Public Life of World Literature by B. Venkat Mani Who defines world literature? Is it the author of the text that leaves its point of origin to find space on a bookshelf—physical or digital—in a far away part of the world? Is it the translator, the initiator of textual migration? And how does the reader, who determines whether a text keeps the promise it makes—that is, giving a glimpse of the far away world of its origin—define…