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· April, 2007

Stories about Literature from April, 2007

Iraq: George Orwell's 1984

France: What You May Not Have Read About Voltaire

Jamaica: New Caribbean Novels

Japan: Reflections on postwar “Child's Play”

Cameroon: Autobiographies, biographies, and memoirs from Cameroon

Peru: Tributes to a Peruvian Poet

Writers in Guatemala

In Guatemala, most of the writers find it really hard to publish a book, and even harder to make it profitable. They often work as journalists, analysts, engineers and also...

Kuwait: Gender Roles in 1001 Nights

Madagascar's E-Library

A week goes by in Kuwait

The unpredictable weather, shoddy telecom services and the rapid surge in the stock market are just some of the topics keeping Kuwaiti bloggers entertained this week.

El Salvador: Poet of the Revolution, Roque Dalton

Trinidad & Tobago: Naipaul's Reading

Vietnam: Vietnam Readings

Iran:War for oil

Chilean Love Poetry Online

Love is one of the universal languages. One of the Chilean poets who wrote poems about love was Pablo Neruda. Not only do Chilean bloggers have Neruda’s romantic prose in...

China: MeMedia Issue 4: Copyright Kills Creation, Life's Precious, Ching Ming Festival

This week comes the fourth issue from the newly-formed MeMedia roundup of all that's hot around the Chinese blogsphere including the upcoming Taiwan Bloggers BoF, copyright discussion in Hong Kong,...

Dominica: Looking for Wide Sargasso Sea

Trinidad & Tobago: Naipaul's Visit

Jamaica: Elegy for Virginia Tech

Serbia: Peter Handke

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