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The history of literature is the historical development of writings in prose or poetry that attempt ... of distance as a cultural isolator in earlier centuries, the historical development of literature did not occur at an even pace across the world.

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World literature is sometimes used to refer to the sum total of the world's national literatures, but .... Drawing on the theories of cultural production developed by the sociologist Pierre Bourdieu, Casanova explores the ways in which the works of ...

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A World Literature Timeline ... Before its defeat to Sparta, Athens developed democratic institutions to maintain the delicate balance between the freedom of the ...

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... different languages and having different cultures, many literatures around the world have progressed through similar movements and periods of development.

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Evolution of a Woorld Literature Course. PHILIP B. DAGHLIAN AND HORST FRENZ'. THE history of the freshman world literature course at Indiana University.

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The challenges entailed in writing a global literary history are threefold ..... a genuinely global account of the evolution of literature from its earliest eras and its  ...

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The philosophical basis of History of World Literature is historical monism ... The kinds of artistic perception of the world created by stages in social develop-.

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The Development of World Literature - Download as Word Doc (.doc / .docx), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online. Self-written text about world literature.

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The first author of literature in the world, known by name, was the ... feats of great heroes, of the gods, the goddesses, or of creation (as in Hesiod and Homer).