World Literature imagesMay 28, 2016 – 07:28 pm

World Literature images

Love is one of the strongest human emotions, and it is only natural that it often becomes a centerpiece for a work of fiction. And it is just as natural for loving couples to become the image that remains in people’s memory long after they have forgotten most of the plot, supporting characters and details of the book they have read. So here is the set of 5 couples that, arguably, left the most prominent trail in world’s literature . Heathcliffe and…

World Literature. research paperMay 20, 2016 – 06:30 pm

World Literature. research paper

Research papers on James Joyce’s Eveline identifies an aspect of the text and develops an interpretation of the story. This is a topic suggestion on James Joyce s Eveline from Paper Masters. Use this topic or order a custom research paper, written exactly how you need it to be. This research paper requires you to not only develop your own interpretation of the story by James Joyce entitled Eveline , but you also must frame an argument with respect…

World Literature Today blogMay 12, 2016 – 05:42 pm

World Literature Today blog

Since the early 2s, World Literature Today has been gingerly dipping a toe into the fast-flowing waters of the World Wide Web. In the early years, we started out by hosting a basic website, with information about who we are and what we do, along with selected content from the pages of WLT. At the same time, in 2006, when we switched from a quarterly to a bimonthly publication schedule, we increased the timeliness of our coverage as a print publication…

World Literature short stories onlineApril 30, 2016 – 05:03 pm

World Literature short stories online

Northampton, Massachusetts. Interlink. 2013. ISBN 576 Hedy Habra’s collection of short stories is divided into four sections. The first two consist of nine delicately observed tales set in Egypt—against a lightly sketched background of Farouk, then Nasser—and Lebanon. Perhaps the most accomplished are “Mariam” and “Distances.” Although devoid of explicit politicking, “Mariam” movingly portrays the life of a domestic drudge in a privileged, westernized…

World Literature videosMarch 29, 2016 – 03:47 pm

World Literature videos

Photo by Jonathan Stalling Two weeks ago, at the 2013 conference of the Association of Writers & Writing Programs in Boston, I spoke on the panel “Looking Out: American Journals on the World Stage” along with Kwame Dawes of Prairie Schooner and Paul Reyes of VQR . The three of us reflected on the ways in which our respective journals seek to engage an internationalist perspective in our content and editorial interests. Each editor spoke about…

World Literature anthologiesFebruary 10, 2016 – 12:17 pm

World Literature anthologies

In case you ever wondered, world literature in anthology form is 11 inches high, 9 inches wide, and weighs 10 pounds, 8 ounces. The world’s textual creative output in the last 4, years is gigantic, a vast cosmos of creation myths, lyric poems, histories, travel narratives, plays, novels, and stories in hundreds of written languages, beginning with cuneiform. It’s an output so big that it defies captivity in print. But in a feat of thoughtful compression…

World Literature StobaughJanuary 21, 2016 – 11:32 am

World Literature Stobaugh

American Literature I selected Dr. James Stobaugh’s literature series as one of my 100 Top Picks in 2005 when the series was published by B&H Publishing Group. When I started writing 101 Top Picks in 2012, Stobaugh s series was being revised and republished by Master Books, so it wasn’t available for consideration for inclusion among my new Top Picks, although it would probably have made the cut once again. I really liked the original series…