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World Literature

World literature resources available in Saint Mary's College Library

Uncle Vanya / Anton Chekhov ; a new version by Annie Baker based on a literal translation by Margarita Shalina.

Cambridge history of Russian literature [electronic resource]

The Cambridge history of Irish literature [electronic resource]

The Cambridge History of African and Caribbean Literature

Norton anthology of world literature A-F

The [European] other in medieval Arabic literature and culture : Ninth-Twelfth Century AD / Nizar F. Hermes.

The other side of heaven : postwar fiction by Vietnamese and American writers / edited by Wayne Karlin, Le Minh Khue, and Truong Vu.

Gathering the tide [electronic resource] : an anthology of contemporary Arabian Gulf poetry / edited by Patty Paine, Jeff Lodge, and Samia Touati

New voices of Arabia [electronic resource], The poetry : an anthology from Saudi Arabia / edited by Saad Al-Bazei

India in translation through Hindi literature [electronic resource] : a plurality of voices / Maya Burger & Nicola Pozza (eds)

The spread of novels [electronic resource] : translation and prose fiction in the eighteenth century / Mary Helen McMurran

Foundational texts of world literature [electronic resource] / edited by Dominique Jullien

The Cambridge history of Arabic literature [electronic resource] / general editors, A.F.L. Beeston ... [et al.].

Contemporary world fiction [electronic resource] : a guide to literature in translation / Juris Dilevko, Keren Dali, and Glenda Garbutt

The translation zone : a new comparative literature / Emily Apter.

The Cambridge introduction to modernism / Pericles Lewis.

Why Translation Studies matters [electronic resource] / edited by Daniel Gile, Gyde Hansen, Nike K. Pokorn

Romantic border crossings [electronic resource] / edited by Jeffrey Cass, Larry Peer

Encyclopedia of world literature in the 20th century

The Princeton sourcebook in comparative literature : from the European Enlightenment to the global present / edited by David Damrosch, Natalie Melas, Mbongiseni Buthelezi.