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· June, 2010

Stories about Literature from June, 2010

Global: Greek to English, Chinese to Russian, and Spanish to Macedonian

Wikidioms is a new online resource that aims at helping translators to cope with this challenge of translating idioms. Below is an interview with Wikidioms' founder Pavel Kats, and with...

Middle East: Goodbye Saramago

Bloggers across the Middle East mourned the death of Portuguese writer Jose Saramago. Tarek Amr rounds up their reactions.

India, Bangladesh: The Other Side Of Rabindranath Tagore

Portugal: A Tribute in Unison to Nobel Prize Winner Jose Saramago

Today the Portuguese writer and only Portuguese language Nobel Prize Winner in Literature José Saramago died at age 87 in his residence in Lanzarote. Though he might not have liked...

Jamaica, Guyana: Passing on the Classics

Egypt: Scheherazade must Die

Freedom of Expression is taking a beating in Egypt. In a series of lawsuits against writers, Scheherazade of 1001 Nights is now being accused of immorality and some lawyers want...

Guyana: Rodney's Anniversary

Trinidad & Tobago: Griffith & Antoni

Brazil/Palestine: The Rose of Gaza

Jamaica, St. Maarten: R.I.P. “Yaya”

Guyana: Twittering

Brazil: This is Rio de Janeiro

Jamaica: Ingredients for a Caribbean Classic

Mozambique: Photos from a Literacy Project

China: Reading Li Peng's memoirs

Philippines: The Life of a Labor Leader

Russia: Death of Voznesensky

Bolivia: International Book Fair in Santa Cruz Breaks Own Record

Jamaica: Rock the Calabash

Trinidad & Tobago: Stepping Out of the Mold?

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