World Literature Study GuidesJanuary 27, 2017 – 12:51 am

World Literature Study Guides

Practical Homeschooling Magazine Reader Awards First Place in Geography, 2014 Second Place in History, 2014 Third Place in Literature, 2014 Third Place in Unit Studies, 2014 Our Newly Revised and Expanded Edition! This Award-Winning Guide has been completely Revised & Expanded! Now in full-color it features new comprehension questions, vocabulary, activities, answer key, and great website links. One of our most popular studies just got better!…

World Literature short storiesJanuary 11, 2017 – 12:17 am

World Literature short stories

Had she not passed away at the too-young age of 39 from lupus, today would have been legendary Southern Gothic author Flannery O’Connor’s 87th birthday. To celebrate her legacy of pitch-perfect short stories and razor-sharp wit, we’ve collected a few of our favorite works from some of the best short story writers of all time, all available online — though we can’t promise reading them that way will be as satisfying as hefting a huge tome of collected…

World Literature HistoryJanuary 7, 2017 – 12:11 am

World Literature History

In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: The challenges entailed in writing a global literary history are threefold, involving problems of definition, design, and purpose. Can the field of inquiry be defined in such a way that a meaningful history can be conceived at all? If so, could an effective organization and a manageable plan of work be devised to give concrete shape to a project of global scope? Finally, and hardest of…

World Literature papersJanuary 3, 2017 – 12:01 am

World Literature papers

Inspired by the author’s family history, The Rice Paper Diaries recounts the experiences of Elsa, a Welsh woman in 1930s Hong Kong at the outbreak of World War II in 1939. It follows her through the early years of her marriage to a Welsh officer, Tom, their fraught relationship unraveling against the background of war and internment. Following the invasion of the Japanese army, the young family is transported to Stanley, a camp for civilians on an…

World Literature and Composition 1December 9, 2016 – 10:59 pm

World Literature and Composition 1

Explore literature from around the world as you expand your language arts skills and earn high school credit. This innovative online course allows you to pursue the credit you need while you work at your own pace. You’ll develop knowledge of world literature through integrated educational experiences in the language arts strands. Over the course of four units, you’ll explore the elements of literary writing through the study of two works. In the first…

World Literature for HomeschoolNovember 27, 2016 – 10:31 pm

World Literature for Homeschool

In 1990, in our neighboring city of Anaheim, California, AIDS activists handed out condoms to eager teens in front of their high school. School officials, observing what was occurring, were only concerned that activists stayed on the sidewalk and didn t block traffic . . .One teenage condom recipient remarked, They know we re going to do it anyway, so why not give us some protection? Josh McDowell and Bob Hostetler, in writing their new book Right…

World Literature Publishing CoNovember 23, 2016 – 10:31 pm

World Literature Publishing Co

Domenico Remps, Cabinet of Curiosities (1690s) This is a small story about world literature. In high school I was a bookish kid in a town with no bookstore. When I went to college the library immediately became the center of my life; I spent most of my undergraduate years reading my way through the social sciences. It was only in my final, empty semester that I began to flip through literary magazines, though I did not at that time foster any literary…