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Mind your languages

New library resources on modern languages and world literature. Maintained by Elise Wong, the librarian subject selector

A life worth living : Albert Camus and the quest for meaning / Robert Zaretsky.

All the odes / Pablo Neruda ; edited by Ilan Stavans.

Reading Dante / Giuseppe Mazzotta.

Six Characters in Search of an Author / by Luigi Pirandello ; translated by Martha Witt and Mary Ann Frese Witt ; with introduction by Mary Ann Frese Witt.

Eugenio Montale, the fascist storm and the Jewish sunflower / David Michael Hertz.

Reading Dante : from here to eternity / Prue Shaw.

Gotthold Ephraim Lessing : his life, works, and thought / H. B. Nisbet.

Boccaccio : a critical guide to the complete works / edited by Victoria Kirkham, Michael Sherberg, and Janet Levarie Smarr.

Gabriele d'Annunzio : poet, seducer and preacher of war / Lucy Hughes-Hallett.

Forest of a thousand daemons : a hunter's saga / D.O. Fagunwa ; Being a translation of Ogboju Ode Ninu Igbo Irunmale by Wole Soyinka ; Illustrated by Bruce Onabrakpeya.

Ficciones / Jorge Luis Borges.

The African / J.M.G. Le Clézio ; translated from the French by C. Dickson.

Don Quixote in the archives [electronic resource] : madness and lierature in early modern Spain / Dale Shuger.

Writing Teresa : the saint from Ávila at the fin-de-siglo / Denise DuPont.

The Cervantes encyclopedia / Howard Mancing

The Cambridge companion to Gabriel Garciá Márquez / edited by Philip Swanson.

The Cambridge introduction to Gabriel García Márquez / Gerald Martin.

The Cambridge companion to Mario Vargas Llosa / edited by Efraâin Kristal and John King.

Franz Kafka : the poet of shame and guilt / Saul Friedländer.

The romance of Tristan and Iseut / Joseph Bédier ; translated, with an introduction, by Edward J. Gallagher.

Melusine; or, The noble history of Lusignan / Jean d'Arras

Montaigne and brief narrative form : shaping the essay / Deborah Losse

Written lives / Javier Marías ; translated from the Spanish by Margaret Jull Costa.