International Education Week: Books Take You Places

FALL 2013: An exhibition of literary works enjoyed by Bryn Mawr seniors during their time studying abroad.
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The Heart of Redness, by Zakes Mda

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Country of My Skull: Guilt, Sorrow, and the Limits of Forgiveness in the New South Africa, by Antjie Krog

Holdings: Country of my skull

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The Good Soldier Švejk: And His Fortunes in the World War, by Jaroslav Hašek

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Too Loud a Solitude, by Bohumil Hrabal

Holdings: Too loud a solitude

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La Ciudad y los Perros, by Mario Vargas Llosa

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Naomi, by Junichiro Tanizaki

Holdings: Naomi

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In the Sea There Are Crocodiles, by Fabio Geda

Holdings: In the sea there are crocodiles

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Les Soleils des Indépendances, by Ahmadou Kourouma

Holdings: Les soleils des indépendances

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Pas si fous, ces Français!, by Jean-Benoît Nadeau and Julie Barlow

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Italian Cuisine: A Cultural History, by Alberto Capatti and Massimo Montanari

Holdings: Italian cuisine

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Shantaram, by Gregory David Roberts

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The House with the Green Shutters, by Gordon Douglas Brown

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La Bella Lingua: My Love Affair with Italian, the World's Most Enchanting Language, by Dianna Hales

Holdings: La bella lingua

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Walking Rome: The Best of the City, by National Geographic

Holdings: Walking Rome

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Orientalism, by Edward W. Said

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A Tale of Love and Darkness, by Amos Oz

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