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TEDxHouston - Brené Brown

Dr. Brené Brown is a researcher professor at the University of Houston, Graduate College of Social Work, where she has spent the past ten years studying a co...

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Jennifer Clement: 'I always have believed that literature can change the world' - Telegraph

Jennifer Clement: 'I always have believed that literature can change the world' - Telegraph | Comparative Literature | Scoop.it
Jennifer Clement talks to Gaby Wood about her latest novel and the sinister reality of human trafficking in Mexico (Long listed for the Orange Prize. Very well reviewed about a tough topic.
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Goethe Etc.: How to talk about world literature

Goethe Etc.: How to talk about world literature | Comparative Literature | Scoop.it
Reading scholarship on world literature, one encounters over and over the same attempts, in practically the same words, to come to grips with what world literature means. Nowadays, some writers dispense with Goethe ...
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How to Write a Comparative Literature Essay - Top Custom Essays, Essay Writing Service UK, Essays UK - Academic Sciences

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How to Write a Comparative Literature Essay, by Academic Sciences.

 

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Bad mothers in books: a literary litany - The Guardian

Bad mothers in books: a literary litany - The Guardian | Comparative Literature | Scoop.it
The Guardian Bad mothers in books: a literary litany The Guardian The various mothers in Vita Sackville-West's The Edwardians (1930, looking back at pre-first world war days), are heartless and unable to understand their daughters, ready to marry...
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The Project of Literature: Susan Sontag on Writing, Routines, Education, and Elitism in a 1992 Recording from the 92Y Archives

The Project of Literature: Susan Sontag on Writing, Routines, Education, and Elitism in a 1992 Recording from the 92Y Archives | Comparative Literature | Scoop.it
"To make your life being a writer, it's an auto-slavery … you are both the slave and the task-master." Susan Sontag remains one of the (I like this thought "A writer is someone who pays attention to the world" Susan Sontag -
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Confronting cultural hegemony: Literature from the peripheries elbowed out in ... - The Express Tribune

Confronting cultural hegemony: Literature from the peripheries elbowed out in ... - The Express Tribune | Comparative Literature | Scoop.it
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From the tone and tenor of his talk, the Brazilian author Bernando Carvalho appears to be a soft-spoken, principled rebel.
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Writing on the Ether Comparative Literature: Which End Is Up?

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Porter Anderson on the gaps between experiences reported by authors, both in trad- and self-pub literature. Also: comparing how media report on Amazon.

 

Table of Contents

 

Comparative Literature: Which End Is Up?

 

Compare This: ‘Shadow of Oblivion’

 

Now Compare This: ‘Fairytale Ending’

 

The Riches of Amazonia: Comparing the Headlines

 

Social Media: Something Comparatively Dumb

 

Social Media: Something Comparatively Promising

 

Craft: Beside Himself

 

Craft: Social Media Contrasts

 

Books: Reading on the Ether

 

Not Enough Conferences

 

Last Gas: Comparative Influence


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Carisa Kluver's curator insight, February 1, 2013 2:45 PM

Another excellent roundup of analysis from Porter Anderson in Jane Friedman's blog ...

Jeni Mawter's curator insight, February 3, 2013 7:30 PM

Recommended read for children's and young adult story creators.