Literature of Developing Nations for Students: L-Z
Contains alphabetically arranged entries that examine twenty-five works of literature from developing nations, each with an introduction to the work and its author, a plot summary, descriptions of important characters, analysis of important themes, a critical overview, and other information.
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An Ars Poetica
The Law of Love
Leaving This Island Place
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