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· May, 2010

Stories about Literature from May, 2010

France: Scholar Unpacks the Concept of National Identity

Chez Gangoueus: A brilliant blog about African literature in French

A close runner-up for the Best of Blogs in French Award is Chez Guangoueus (fr). Réassi Ouabonzi blogs about African and diaspora literature in French from a reader's perspective since...

Africa: A blog to promote African literature

Egypt: Crackdown on the Egyptian Da Vinci Code

Dr Youssef Zidane's 2008 Azazeel created a stir, followed by resentment, when it was first published. Today, Dr Zidane is being accused of blasphemy and defaming Christianity and as insulting...

Bhutan: Why Is It Important For A Politician To Blog?

Morocco: Discussing a Free Thinker's Legacy

The death of Moroccan philosopher and social theorist, Mohammed Abed al-Jabri, has gone with little notice in the media. Yet al-Jabri's contributions over the last decades to the uphill battle...

Bhutan: Literary Festival In Bhutan

Philippine Literature in English

Russia: Folk Humorous Rhymes In English

Ghana: New book by Ghanaian blogger

St. Lucia, St. Vincent: New Imprint

Kenya: New book by Kenyan blogger available online

Philippines: Linguistic Roots of Ancient Pot

Japan: 100 Japanese Books with Global Appeal

Jamaica: 10 Things about Calabash

Barbados, Jamaica: Happy Birthday Kamau

India: The Influence Of Rabindranath Tagore

Russia, Ukraine: WWII, Stalin, History, Politics

Kenya: Kenyan poet/blogger releases a book

Trinidad & Tobago: CRB Online

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