World literature

Subject Guides

Reference guide to world literature (online in GVRL)

Cambridge Histories Online includes book-length histories of African, Arabic, Caribbean, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Latin American, Russian, Spanish literatures, as well as a history of literary criticism.

How to read world literature (online in ebrary)

Introduction to scholarship in modern languages and literatures (407.2 G350a)

Norton anthology of world literature (808.8 N821a) Volume A, Volume B, Volume C

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Online access to more than 150,000 full-text works including poetry, short fiction, novels, essays, plays, and speeches; more than 800,000 additional citations for poetical works published in collections. LitFinder also includes biographical essays, topic overviews, work overviews, photographs, and a glossary. More than 80,000 authors are represented, from hundreds of nationalities and genres.

Index to poetry in anthologies, including full-text and excerpts of poems


Search in Albert keywords: Translating and interpreting

Translation Studies Reader (on order)

The translation zone : a new comparative literature (418.02 Ap83)

Literary translation: a practical guide (online in ebrary)

The metalanguage of translation (online in ebrary)

Translation Studies at the Interface of Disciplines (online in ebrary)

Key terms in translation studies (online in ebrary)

Why translation matters (418.02 G914)