World Literature

A 20-volume set comprising works by 30 authors from 7 national literatures. Features novels and short stories with biographical and critical introductions.

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Voice of the Shuttle: Literatures (Other Than English) Page* - Separate national, regional or ethnic categories (e.g., "Irish," "Australian," "Afro-American").

  • Modern Writers - Publishes articles on various aspects of literature. Maintains an open arts call for submissions, a forum and a chatroom.
  • World Literature Reviews - Reviews of some fifty works, by writers from a broad range of countries.
  • Words Without Borders - Working to promote international communication through translation of literature the world\'s best writing.
  • Scripta Humanistica - A scholarly series established for the purpose of publishing significant arts contributions in the area of humanistic studies: literature, linguistics, philosophy, arts history, art, and creative writing in both prose fiction and arts poetry.
  • Gruppo04 - Links to sites about European literatures, which include: Italian, English, world literature French, German, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Polish, Spanish, Portuguese and Latin. world literature Site maintained by a group of doctoral students.
  • SIIR PARKI: The Park of Poems - Photos of Turkey, selected poems by Byron, Keats, literature and others, and links to sites devoted to literature art.
  • Aladecuervo - Venezuelan book editorials and news.
  • Tashogi - New world literary fiction by Natalija Grgorinic and Ognjen Raden.
  • San Antonio College LitWeb World Literature Index - Outlines the works normally read in world survey world literature courses, and provides links to external sites. Part world literature of the Sac LitWeb project from the Alamo world literature Community College District.
  • In Parentheses - Hundreds of works of literature in translation. arts Adobe literature Acrobat format.
  • Korean Literature Book Reviews - Very brief book reviews of modern Korean literature.
  • The Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction - A 20-volume set comprising works by 30 authors literature from 7 national literatures. Features novels and short literature stories with biographical and critical introductions.
  • The Other Voices International Project - Poetry by a variety of creative artists.
  • Khaled Hosseini - Provides information on the Afghan novel, The Kite arts Runner.
  • Powers of Literature - Course by Gary Gutchess covering major works of Western Civilization since ancient times. Instructor profile and course description, suggested readings, and illustrated lessons and analysis of readings provided online.
  • World's Greatest Classic Books - Features a selection of classic books from the past 4000 world literature years, and biographies of the greatest authors.
  • Norton Anthology of World Literature - Provides links to anthologies that cover diverse timelines world literature and world literature cultures. Includes a section index, audio world literature glossary, instructor world literature resources, and quizzes.
  • Babelguides - A guide to literature in English translation. Provides literature a cross-referenced literature database of books from 12 languages, literature reviews and a forum.
  • The Center for Literate Values - Publishes Praesidium: A Journal of Literate and Literary arts Analysis, and arts offers links to classics in several arts languages.

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