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· January, 2012

Stories about Literature from January, 2012

Bangladesh: Protest Against Criminalization For Archiving A Banned Book

India: Tiny Travel Tales Contest

India: Jaipur Literature Fest Fashion

Russia: The Fake Political Twitter Account Phenomenon

Online anonymity provides perfect conditions for human creativity and humor. In the Russian context this manifests as Twitter accounts belonging either to dead politicians or those that deliberately avoid publicity.

Russia: Mafia State Review

Greece: Cretan Masterpiece “Erotokritos” Translated into Turkish

Lebanon: Snow Haiku

Philippines: Revolutionary heritage

Ukraine: Gasprinsky Crimean Tatar Library

Dominican Republic: Farewell to El Goyo & Sención

Philippines: Filipina Amazons

Costa Rica: Carmen Naranjo, Writer and Politician, Dies

Carmen Naranjo died on January 4, 2012. In her political and cultural work Naranjo fought for the equality of women and the spreading of knowledge to the wider public. She...

Chile: Would Cheaper Books Promote More Reading?

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