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世界文学必携(全6巻)
A Companion to World Literature

Editor-in-Chief: Ken Seigneurie, Professor, World Literature, Simon Fraser University, Canada Volume Editors: Wiebke Denecke (Vol. 1), Christine Chism (Vol. 2), Christopher Lupke (Vol. 3), Frieda Ekotto & Abigail E. Celis (Vol. 4), B. Venkat Mani (Vol. 5 A&B)
2020:01 6 vols. 3,808 p. set ISBN 978-1-118-99318-7 USD1149.95
(Wiley-Blackwell) -US-

概要

今日「世界文学」を読むこと―それは、時代、地域、言語、文化を越えて届けられるテクストの声に耳を傾け、その人間としての共通性だけでなく多様な差異を含むコンテクストに身を浸すことを通して、21世紀の多文化共生社会を生きる誰もが必要とする他者理解の方法を磨くグローバル教養といえます。その膨大な蓄積と増殖し続けるアウトプットから、一つの「世界文学」像を描くことは不可能ですが、そのマッピングを更新し続けることは人類文化のために不可欠の作業です。

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収録明細

Volume 1: Third Millenium BC to 600 CE

General Introduction: The Companion to World Literature … For Those Who Yearn (Ken Seigneurie)
Introduction to World Literature: Third Millennium bce to 600 ce (Wiebke Denecke)
1 Bridge Essay: The Ethical Turn (Luke Clossey)
2 The Invisible World of the Rigveda (Caley Charles Smith)
3 The Gathas, a Forgotten Masterpiece (Prods Oktor Skjærvø)
4 “Transcending the World” in World Literature: The Upanishads (Steven E. Lindquist)
5 The TaNaKH and the Canons of Alexandria (Armin Lange)
6 Echoes of the Classics in the Voice of Confucius (Mark Csikszentmihalyi)
7 Plato’s Symposium: Eros, Beauty, and Metaphysical Desire (Andrea Nightingale)
8 Aristotle’s Virtue Ethics (John Bowin)
9 The Gospel in Ancient Mediterranean Context (Alicia J. Batten)
10 Bridge Essay: Origins and Transformations: Tactics of Storying and World-Making (Lowell Gallagher)
11 The Cultural Role of the Yijing (Classic of Changes) in China and Beyond (Richard J. Smith)
12 Teachings of the Venerable Masters: Laozi and the Daode jing (Louis Komjathy)
13 Hesiod’s Theogony: From Family Violence to Civic Order (Stephen Scully)
14 Herodotus and His Readers: From Thucydides to the Present (David Branscome)
15 Ovid’s Metamorphoses: Changing Worlds (Genevieve Liveley)
16 Apuleius and The Golden Ass: Latin Novel, Universal Folktale, or Emblem of Globalized Literature? (Véronique Gély)
17 Apocalyptic Literature in the Global Imagination (Lorenzo DiTommaso)
18 Gnostic Myths (Mark Edwards)
19 Bridge Essay: Shifting Paradigms in Orality, Literacy, and Literature (Elizabeth Minchin)
20 The Septuagint as World Literature (Jan Joosten)
21 Origen of Alexandria: Christian Philosophy of Freedom (Alfons Fürst)
22 Making the Bible World Literature: The Vulgate and Ancient Versions (Ilaria L.E. Ramelli)
23 Kumarajiva: “Great Man” and Cultural Event (Rafal Felbur)
24 Contextualizing the Babylonian Talmud: The Roman East and Mesopotamian Christianity (Richard Kalmin)
25 Bridge Essay: Superhuman Humans: Heroes and Heroines (D.A. Miller)
26 Gilgamesh: A Cultural Seismograph (Theodore Ziolkowski)
27 Sinuhe: A Fugitive from Ancient Egypt (Roland Enmarch)
28 Mahabharata: Brahmins, Kings, and the South Asian Social World (Luther Obrock)
29 The First Poem: Valmiki’s Ramayana and the Literary World of Southern Asia (Robert P. Goldman)
30 Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey: Poems of Many Turnings (Richard P. Martin)
31 Aeschylus, Oresteia: Revenge, Justice, Gender, and Democracy (Alan H. Sommerstein)
32 Sophocles: Greek Poet, World Classic (P.J. Finglass)
33 Euripidean Tragedy: Between Myth and Individuation (Justina Gregory)
34 Nine Songs, Li sao, and Qu Yuan: The Ancient Art of Misreading (Gopal Sukhu)
35 Sima Qian and the “Creation” of China (Stephen Durrant)
36 Vergil’s Aeneid: From Defeated Trojans to Imperial Romans (Christine Perkell)
37 Augustine’s Confessions: Beyond Aesthetics, Ethics, and Cosmopolitanism (Karla Pollmann)
38 Heliodorus’ Aithiopika: The Birth of the Novel (David Konstan)
39 Bridge Essay: From Epic to Lyric (David Konstan)
40 The Making of a Chinese Critical System: Liu Xie’s Literary Mind and the Carving of Dragons (Wenxin diaolong) (Zong-qi Cai and Xiaohui Zhang)
41 Renewal in and Through Landscape: The Great Medieval Chinese Poet Xie Lingyun (Meow Hui Goh)
42 Sappho(s) (Page duBois)
43 We Are the World: Subjectivity and Universality in the Odes of Horace (Randall L.B. McNeill)
44 Tao Yuanming’s Poetics of Awkwardness (Xiaofei Tian)
45 Bridge Essay: The Cuneiform World: A Difficult Text Network (Mark Weeden)
46 The Imperial Poetics of Ancient Bucolic (Jay Reed)
47 The Panchatantra: World Literature Before “World Literature” (McComas Taylor)
48 The Implied Listener: The Jatakas and Bardic World Literature (Sarah Shaw)
49 Translations and Travels of a Pious Prince: Barlaam and Josaphat and the Text Network (Peggy McCracken)
50 Bridge Essay: Looking for Love, Finding Trouble: Reading Ancient World Literature, Passionately (Sebastian Matzner)
51 The Shijing: The Beginnings of Chinese (and East Asian) Poetry (Alexander Beecroft)
52 Erotic Words, Sacred Landscapes, Ideal Bodies: Love and Death in the Song of Songs (Francis Landy)
53 Image, Imagined, and Imagination in Silappadikaram (H. Kalpana Rao)
54 The Erotic “World” of the Kamasutra (Daud Ali)
55 Love, Politics, and the Premodern Theater: Perspectives on Kalidasa’s Shakuntala (Amanda Culp)
56 “Southeast Fly the Peacocks”: An Elegy for Love from Early Medieval China (Qiulei Hu)

Volume 2: 601 CE to 1450 CE

Introduction to World Literature: 601 ce to 1450 ce (Christine Chism)
1 Bridge Essay: Vernacularization and World Literature: The Language of Women in the World of God (Martin Eisner)
2 Qasida Poetry: A World unto Itself (Adam Talib)
3 Táin Bó Cúailnge: Ireland’s Vernacular Epic (Julie A. Le Blanc)
4 Nizami’s Resonances in Persianate Literary Cultures and Beyond (Sunil Sharma)
5 Ma Zhiyuan Reworks Bai Juyi (Wilt L. Idema)
6 Walls of Inclusivity: Dante’s Divine Comedy and World Literature (Akash Kumar)
7 The Global Pilgrimage of Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales (Candace Barrington)
8 Babri Mosque, Bollywood, and Gender: Ramcharitmanas as World Literature (Bhavya Tiwari)
9 Bridge Essay: Wisdom and Mysticism: On Transcendence and Literariness (Azadeh Yamini-Hamedani)
10 The Qurʾan (Koran) (Terri DeYoung and Ali Altaf Mian)
11 Love and Reason in the Ghazal (Alireza Korangy)
12 Hanshan and the Skillful Means of Buddhist Verse (Paul Rouzer)
13 “I Sing as Love Commands the Tune!”: The Devotional Poetry of Basavanna (Gil Ben-Herut)
14 Mechthild von Magdeburg and the Mystical Poetry of The Flowing Light of the Godhead (Sara S. Poor)
15 Kabbalah: A Vibrant Nexus Between Theology and Literature (Eitan P. Fishbane)
16 Longing for Love: The Romance of Layla and Majnun (Asghar Seyed-Gohrab)
17 Ibn al-‘Arabi, the Greatest Master: On Knowledge, God, and Sainthood (Mukhtar H. Ali)
18 “He Has Come, Visible and Hidden”: Jalal ad-Din Rumi’s Poetic Presence and Past (Matthew B. Lynch)
19 Meister Eckhart: From Latin Scholasticism to German Mysticism (Robert J. Dobie)
20 Mirabai’s Poetry: The Worlding of a Hindu Woman Saint’s Dynamic Song Tradition (Nancy M. Martin)
21 Bridge Essay: War and the Worlding of Story (Wen-chin Ouyang)
22 The Arabic Alexander Romance: Mirror of a Bold, Clever, and Devout Prince (Faustina Doufikar-Aerts)
23 The Poetry of Xin Qiji: Patriotism and Its Discontents (Zhiyi Yang)
24 Troubadour Lyric in a Global Poetics: Creating Worlds Through Desire (Marisa Galvez)
25 Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival: A Complex Reshaping and Expansion of a Source (Evelyn Meyer)
26 The Margins of Literary History: Sagas, Eddic Poetry, and World Literature (Sif Rikhardsdottir)
27 The Tale of the Heike: War Narrative and the Boundaries of Literature in Medieval and Modern Japan (Vyjayanthi Ratnam Selinger) (Bowdoin College)
28 Bridge Essay: “Home” and “Abroad” in Medieval Travel and Trade Narratives (Shirin A. Khanmohamadi)
29 Allegory and “World” Formation in The Journey to the West (Ling Hon Lam)
30 Ibn Battuta: A Fourteenth-Century Muslim Traveler of Worldly Desire and Heavenly Hope (David Waines)
31 Marco Polo and the World Empire of Letters (Sharon Kinoshita)
32 Bridge Essay: Gender and Representation: New Approaches to Medieval Literature (Rosemarie McGerr)
33 Al-Khansaʾ: Representing the First-Person Feminine (Marlé Hammond)
34 The Tale of Genji: Showing and Telling a World (Edward Kamens) (Yale University)
35 A Woman Flouts Expectations in the Literary World: The Case of Li Qingzhao (Ronald Egan)
36 Francesco Petrarch: A Poet of “Multiple Belongings” (Jennifer Rushworth)
37 Hafez of Shiraz, Constantinople, and Weltliteratur (Mir Shafiq Shamel)
38 Christine de Pizan: A Literary Champion of Medieval Europe (Christine McWebb)
39 Bridge Essay: Empire: A Roman Masterwork (Sarah M. Anderson)
40 Abu Tammum and Abbasid Modernism (Huda J. Fakhreddine)
41 The Popular Chinese Novel (Margaret B. Wan)
42 Digenis Akritis and the Frontiers of Byzantium (Elizabeth Jeffreys)
43 Bridge Essay: World Collecting: Patronage, Spoliation, and Forms of Government (Zrinka Stahuljak)
44 Making It New in Tang Dynasty Poetry: Wang Wei, Li Bai, and Du Fu (Mary Anne Cartelli)
45 The Secular Wisdom of Kalila and Dimna (Karla Mallette)
46 Abu Nuwas: Poet of Wine, Desire, the Hunt, and the Abbasid Empire (Jocelyn Sharlet)
47 Kokinshû: A Renaissance of Native Verse (Roger Thomas) (Illinois State University)
48 Bridge Essay: Epic and Community: Heroism, Myth, and Memory Across Cultures (Anthony Welch)
49 The Glory and the End of the Heroic World in the Nibelungenlied (Albrecht Classen)
50 A Book of Kings as the King of Books: The Shahnameh of Ferdowsi (Franklin D. Lewis)
51 Conquest and Crusade in The Epic of the Cid (Michael Harney)
52 The Book of Dede Korkut and the Nomadology of World Literature (Firat Oruc)
53 The Kebra Nagast:An Israelite-Christian Dynastic and National Epic? (Benjamin Hendrickx)
54 The Sundiata Epic and the Global Literary Imaginary (James Tar Tsaaior)

Volume 3: 1451 to 1770

Introduction to World Literature: 1451 to 1770 (Christopher Lupke)
1 Bridge Essay: European Religious Dissent and Conflict: Their Global Repercussions (1450-1770) (Brenda Deen Schildgen)
2 The Philokalia: Corrugating the Texture of Christian-Inspired Literature (Kirill Dmitriev)
3 The Popol Wuj: A Colonial Context (Néstor I. Quiroa)
4 Kabir: Iconoclastic Mystic of India (Linda Hess)
5 The Guru Granth Sahib as a World Literary Dialogue (Pashaura Singh)
6 Martin Luther, Literature, and the Enlightenment (Brian Cummings)
7 St. Teresa of Ávila: The Expression of Spanish Spirituality (Carole Slade)
8 John Milton’s Pervasive Presences (Neil Forsyth)
9 Faith and Dissidence in Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (Dinorah Cortés-Vélez)
10 Bridge Essay: The Emergence of Modernity (Eric Hayot)
11 The Knight-Errant and the Good Fellow in Chinese Narrative: Water Margin and the Xia (Hero) Tradition (Roland Altenburger)
12 Korean Sijo and Kasa as Boundary Objects (Wayne de Fremery)
13 The Lusiads Affect: Standing in the Middle of the Sea (Vincent Barletta)
14 A Model of Relational Individuality: Montaigne (George Hoffmann)
15 Akbarnama: Persian Chronicle in World Literature (Meena Bhargava)
16 Making Room for the Individual in Descartes’ Discourse on the Method (Richard Davies)
17 Matsuo Bashô Among the Mortals (Steven D. Carter) (Stanford University)
18 Samuel Richardson: Pamela and the Modern Individual (Mary Helen McMurran)
19 Rousseau and the Firmament of Modern Literature (Matthew W. Maguire)
20 Bridge Essay: Encyclopedism: Fire, Faith, and Future Learning (Seth Rudy)
21 Evliya Çelebi’s Book of Travels: An Ottoman Experiment in Geographical Encyclopedism (Sooyong Kim)
22 The Bad Travels of Diderot’s Literature (Lorraine Piroux)
23 Chinese Encyclopedism and the Power of Knowledge (Benjamin Elman)
24 The Educational and Social Worlds of Premodern Arabic Encyclopedism (Kelly Tuttle)
25 Bridge Essay: Fables and the Fantastic (Riccardo Capoferro)
26 Mastering a Minor Tradition: Pu Songling and the Chinese Ghost Tale (Luo Hui)
27 Jingu qiguan: Fantasizing the Absent in Ming Dynasty Vernacular Fiction (Xiaowen Xu)
28 Jean de La Fontaine’s Fables: Poetizing and Problematizing a Genre (Anne L. Birberick)
29 Gothic Ghosts and Gothic Mirrors (John Whatley)
30 Bridge Essay: “O Brave Monster! Lead the Way”: Theatricality in Drama and Performance (Kyna Hamill and Margaret Litvin)
31 Story of the Western Wing: The Pinnacle of Zaju (Stephen H. West)
32 The Arab Oral Epic of the Bani Hilal Tribe: Al-Sirah al-Hilaliyyah (Susan Slyomovics)
33 Locating Zeami Motokiyo in the History of Noh (Noel John Pinnington)
34 Literati and Peddlers: The Commedia dell’Arte and the German Idea of Weltliteratur (Robert Henke)
35 Xu Wei’s Four Cries of a Gibbon (Sisheng yuan) (Shiamin Kwa)
36 William Shakespeare: Worlds Here, There, and Elsewhere (Katherine Hennessey)
37 The Alternative Genius of Lope de Vega (Jonathan Thacker)
38 Staging France’s Classical Theater World and Discovering Its Limits (Michèle Longino)
39 Chikamatsu Monzaemon: Historical Drama and Love Suicide Plays (Satoko Shimazaki) (UCLA)
40 Bridge Essay: Orientalia (Dominique Jullien)
41 The 1001 Nights as World Literature: Cultural Appropriation and Collaboration (Paulo Lemos Horta)
42 Journey of Knowledge in Ibn Tufayl’s Hayy Bin Yaqzan (Mahmoud Nayef Baroud)
43 The Orphan of Zhao on the World Stage (Shiamin Kwa)
44 Genre and Geography in Ludovico Ariosto’s Orlando Furioso (Jo Ann Cavallo)
45 Indigeneity, Orality, and the New World from Montaigne to Lévi-Strauss (Madeleine Dobie)
46 A Lash for the World: Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels (Ian Higgins)
47 Voltaire: The Orient of the Enlightenment (Nicholas Cronk)
48 Bridge Essay: The Novel; Or, the Power and Functions of Fictionality (James Phelan)
49 Lust and Love in English Translation: Plum in the Golden Vase and The Story of the Stone (Andrew Schonebaum)
50 Rabelais’s Gargantua and Pantagruel: The Navel of a World (Marie-Luce Demonet)
51 Cervantes: Don Quixote (Bruce R. Burningham)
52 The Story of Hong Kiltong (Hong Kiltong chŏn) and Its Development into a Hybrid Text (Hyuk-chan Kwon)
53 Daniel Defoe: Robinson Crusoe (Ann Marie Fallon)

Volume 4: 1771 to 1919

Introduction to World Literature: 1771 to 1919 (Frieda Ekotto and Abigail E. Celis)
1 Bridge Essay: Colonial Encounters in the Worlding of Literature (Frieda Ekotto and Abigail E. Celis)
2 Colonial Education and Literary Self-Fashioning in Nineteenth-Century Bengal: The Career and Legacy of Michael Madhusudan Datta (Suddhaseel Sen)
3 Philology Everywhere: World Literature and Ahmad Faris al-Shidyaq’s Leg Over Leg (Jeffrey Sacks)
4 Rudyard Kipling: From Lahore to the World (David Damrosch)
5 A Persisting Unease: Joseph Conrad’s (Post)Colonial Fictions (Allan H. Simmons)
6 Gu Hongming’s Journey from British Malaya, via Europe, to China and the Confucian Classics (Alison M. Groppe)
7 Tagore at the Conjunction of World Literature (Tania Roy)
8 Bridge Essay: Literary Translation in the Modern World (Melek Ortabasi)
9 Edward FitzGerald’s Translation of The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám: The Appeal of Terse Hedonism (Asghar Seyed-Gohrab)
10 Richard Burton: Foreignizing Literature (Paulo Lemos Horta)
11 Lin Shu and the Routes of World Literature (Michael Gibbs Hill)
12 Bridge Essay: The Nation: The Mighty Idea and the Novel (Nora E.H. Parr)
13 Politics and Idiosyncrasies: The Global Parsing of Alexander Pushkin (Sara Dickinson)
14 Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay and the Inauguration of the Modern Indian Novel (Rosinka Chaudhuri)
15 From Delhi to Isfahan and Beyond: Mirza Ghalib in World Literature (Mehr Afshan Farooqi)
16 Jurji Zaydan: Avatar of the Modern Revitalization and Worlding of Arabic Literature (Kamran Rastegar)
17 The Cultural Landscape of Colonial Korea’s First Modern Novel, The Heartless (1917) (Ellie Choi)
18 Bridge Essay: Intimate Life and Romanticism (Tim Mehigan)
19 Goethe’s World Literature Paradigm: From Uneasy Cosmopolitanism to Literary Modernism (John D. Pizer)
20 The English Lake Poets of the World (Juan L. Sanchez)
21 Jane Austen on the Global Stage (Susan Fraiman)
22 Narrative and Genre: Locating Tanci in Chinese Literature and World Literature (Li Guo)
23 Translating Content and Form from Vietnamese into World Literature: The Case of Kieu (K.W. Taylor)
24 Victor Hugo’s Romantic Registers (Kathryn M. Grossman)
25 “If the World Be Looking On”: Emily Dickinson Beyond Amherst (Woody Brown)
26 Jorge Isaacs’s Diasporic Novel: María Between National and World Literatures (Felipe Martínez-Pinzón)
27 Walt Whitman “Over the Roofs of the World” (Delphine Rumeau)
28 Six Records of a Life Adrift: A Unique Lyrical Memoir of Late Imperial China (Graham Sanders)
29 Leo Tolstoy: Toward an Emotionally Infectious World Literature (John Burt Foster Jr.)
30 The Other Woman: Mirza Hadi Rusva’s Umrao Jan Ada and the Politics of Domesticity in Nineteenth-Century India (Maryam Wasif Khan)
31 Bridge Essay: Fairy-Tale Transformations (Francisco Vaz da Silva)
32 Brothers Grimm: Oral-to-Literary Translation of Fairy Tales (Brandy E. Wilcox)
33 Hans Christian Andersen: Literariness and the Circulatory System of World Literature (Julie K. Allen)
34 The Boy Who Came from a Peach and the Girl with a Bowl on Her Head: The Many Faces of Japanese Fairy Tales (Laura K. Nüffer) (The University of the South))
35 Bridge Essay: Realism: Understanding the Real By Way of Unexpected Romance (Tiffany Bassett)
36 Splendors and Miseries of Modernity: Honoré de Balzac (Michal P. Ginsburg)
37 Material Inscriptions: Charles Baudelaire and the Poetry of the Modern World (Robert St. Clair)
38 Charles Dickens: Transnational Responses and Cultural Imaginaries (Klaudia Hiu Yen Lee)
39 George Eliot’s Impact as Novelist and Critic on World Literature (John Rignall)
40 Retrying Flaubert (Kathryn Oliver Mills)
41 Fyodor Dostoyevsky: A “Novelist of Ideas” for the World (Alexander Burry)
42 Between Ideas and Practices: Bharatendu Harishchandra and Modern Hindi in Colonial India (Francesca Orsini)
43 Herman Melville and the “Harborless Immensities” of World Literature (Paul Lyons)
44 Émile Zola: The Pursuit of “Truth” (Brian Nelson)
45 Machado de Assis: Beyond Brazilian Imperatives (Paul Dixon)
46 Natsume Sôseki: A Japanese Writer’s Global Literary Community of Grief (Alan Tansman) (University of California, Berkeley)
47 Defying Borders: Anton Chekhov’s Elusive Genius (Olga Tabachnikova)
48 Henrik Ibsen: Critique from Within (Frode Helland)
49 Resignation Open Eyed: On the Novel Rickshaw Boy by Lao She (Thomas Moran)
50 Rubén Darío and the Nymph of France (Jorge Luis Castillo)
51 Ahmad Shawqi: At the Threshold of World Literature (Yaseen Noorani)
52 Bridge Essay: Inalienable: Human Rights and World Literature (Mark Deggan)
53 Performing Narratives: Slave Narratives on the World Stage (Heidi Morse)
54 “But Women Feel Just as Men Do”: Gender Rights in Nineteenth-Century World Literature (Julia McCord Chavez)
55 The “Dreaded Comparison” Revisited: Animal and Black Human Rights (Bénédicte Boisseron)

Volume 5a: 1920 to Early Twenty-First Century I

Introduction to World Literature: 1920 to the Early Twenty-First Century (B. Venkat Mani)
1 Bridge Essay: From Decolonization to Decoloniality (Amardeep Singh)
2 José Martí: The World’s Most Popular Poetry, and a Vision for the Americas (Anne Fountain)
3 Frantz Fanon: Knowing in the First Person (Seloua Luste Boulbina)
4 W.E.B. Du Bois, World Literature, and the Problem of Method (Ainsworth Clarke)
5 The Dialectic of Individual and World System: Chen Yingzhen’s Move from Existentialism to Marxism (Christopher Lupke)
6 Mahmoud Darwish: A Plurality of Voices for Invoking the Other (Stephan Milich)
7 World Literature, World War: Revisiting Tayeb Salih’s Season of Migration to the North (Shaden M. Tageldin)
8 Indonesian Dissidence and Modern Narrative Form: Pramoedya Ananta Toer (Christopher GoGwilt)
9 V.S. Naipaul: Connecting His Past to Those of Other Postcolonial Peoples (Sanjay Krishnan)
10 Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o: Networks, Literary Activism, and the Production of World Literature (Kate Wallis)
11 Between Realism and Modernism: Chinua Achebe and the Making of African Literature (Simon Gikandi)
12 Bridge Essay: Home-Bodies: Exiles, Migration, and Diaspora in the World Literary Engagement (Abigail E. Celis)
13 Pioneers! O Pioneers! Modern Arabic Literature in the USA (Alyn Hine)
14 A Kind of Testament: Reading Witold Gombrowicz as a Transnational Writer (George Gasyna)
15 Julio Cortázar: Between Aesthetics and Politics: The Travails of a Literary Traveler (Dan Russek)
16 The Writer’s Passport: Vladimir Nabokov and World Literature (Monica Manolescu)
17 Abd al-Rahman Munif: Tracing Alternative Stories East of the Mediterranean (Sonja Mejcher-Atassi)
18 Worlding Eileen Chang (Zhang Ailing): Narratives of Frontiers and Crossings (Nicole Huang)
19 Language as Medium and as Fiction in Assia Djebar’s work (Soraya Tlatli)
20 Salman Rushdie and the World Picture of Islam (Debjani Ganguly)
21 Kazuo Ishiguro’s Thinking Novels (Chris Holmes) (Ithaca College)
22 Bridge Essay: Literature and Liberalism: An Evolving Symbiosis (Ken Seigneurie)
23 Thomas Mann: National Monument and World Author (David Horton)
24 “A Humanitarian Is Always a Hypocrite”: George Orwell, Englishness, and Empires (Ben Clarke)
25 Kim Tong-in and the Liberal Self in Modern Korean Literature (Jae-Yon Lee)
26 Living Like a Dervish: Sadegh Hedayat (Shen Yiming)
27 Albert Camus: Still Challenging the Status Quo (Toby Garfitt)
28 Anna Akhmatova, Cosmopolitanism, and World Literature (Alexandra Harrington)
29 To the Frontier of the Mind: Shen Congwen and World Literature (Jiwei Xiao)
30 Léopold Sédar Senghor or the Universal Concert (Nimrod)
31 Czesùaw Miùosz in the World: The Will to Transcendence (Magdalena Kay)
32 Naguib Mahfouz: A Liberal in a Conservative Society (Clara Srouji-Shajrawi)
33 Bridge Essay: From Human Rights to Social Justice: Literature and the Struggle for a Better World (Marta Caminero-Santangelo)
34 Lu Xun’s Fictional Worlds (Nicholas A. Kaldis)
35 Maxim Gorky: Living and Writing Protest (Dale E. Peterson)
36 Transnational Voices of Resistance: Richard Wright and James Baldwin (Pekka A. Kilpeläinen)
37 Pablo Neruda: World Literature and Human Rights (Marcelo Pellegrini)
38 We Who Have Been Killed on Dark Paths: Faiz Ahmad Faiz’s Internationalism and World Literature (Gwendolyn S. Kirk)
39 Aimé Césaire in the Era of Black Lives Matter (Frieda Ekotto)
40 Nadine Gordimer: Between South Africa and the World (Simon Lewis)
41 Mulk Raj Anand’s World Literature: Humanism, Crowds, Caste, and Modernism (J. Daniel Elam)
42 Toni Morrison’s Fiction: “Worlding” the Novel (Tessa Roynon)

Volume 5b: 1920 to Early Twenty-First Century II

Introduction to World Literature: 1920 to the Early Twenty-First Century (B. Venkat Mani)
1 Bridge Essay: The Moral Limits of Archive: Modern Narrative in World Literature (Saikat Majumdar)
2 Marcel Proust: The Plasticity of a Modernist Icon (Vincent Ferré)
3 Franz Kafka: Modernism, Modernity, Myth, and Religion (Manfred Engel)
4 Social Realism and Moral Affects: The Worlds of Munshi Premchand (Nikhil Govind)
5 James Joyce-ing World Literature (Eishiro Ito) (伊東栄志郎・岩手県立大学教授)
6 “England’s Most Precious Gift”: Virginia Woolf’s Transformations into Spanish (Laura María Lojo Rodríguez)
7 Kawabata Yasunari: Modernism, Memory, and Desire (Dennis Washburn)
8 Knut Hamsun: Modernity’s Primal Birthing (Mark Deggan)
9 Ernest Hemingway: Global American Modernist (Lisa Tyler)
10 William Faulkner and the World Literature Debate: Is the Radical in Radical Form the Radical in Radical Politics? (Hosam M. Aboul-Ela)
11 Miguel Angel Asturias and the Literature of the Indigenismo (René Prieto)
12 Borges in the World, the World in Borges (Daniel Balderston)
13 R.K. Narayan: The Elusive World of Malgudi (Nicholas Grene)
14 Patrick White: Creating “a Race Possessed with Understanding” (Cynthia vanden Driesen)
15 Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man: “To Become One, and Yet Many” (Lena M. Hill)
16 “Standing in a Doorway Looking”: Doris Lessing’s Transnational Readings (Alice Ridout)
17 Gabriel García Márquez and the Worlding of Latin American Literature (Ilan Stavans)
18 Roberto Bolaño, Solar Anus of World Literature (Héctor Hoyos)
19 Bridge Essay: Modern Poetry as a Global Phenomenon (Christopher Lupke)
20 Opened Subjects, Opened Worlds: Rainer Maria Rilke, Vulnerability, and World-Making (Hannah Vandegrift Eldridge)
21 “It’s Early to Rejoice”: Vladimir Mayakovsky’s Revolutions (James H. McGavran III)
22 Reading Cavafy Writing: The Poetry of C.P. Cavafy and the “World” in “World Literature” (Mary N. Layoun)
23 Fernando Pessoa, Singular Modernity, and World Literature (Paulo de Medeiros)
24 Federico García Lorca: Mediating Tradition and Modernity for a World Audience (Roberta Ann Quance)
25 Colonial Modernism and Inverted Subjectivity: The Paradoxes of the Mirror in the Writings of Yi Sang (Hyun Seon Park)
26 T.S. Eliot and Modernist Translation (John D. Morgenstern)
27 Wisùawa Szymborska and the Limits of World Literature (Clare Cavanagh)
28 Forugh Farrokhzad and Her Madness (Leila Rahimi Bahmany)
29 Bridge Essay: Modern Drama: A Multidimensional Live Form of World Literature (Mary Luckhurst)
30 August Strindberg’s Exilic Modernity (Eszter Szalczer)
31 Yearning for the “West”: Osanai Kaoru and the Concept of Stand-Alone Dramas in Modern Japan (Maki Isaka) (University of Minnesota)
32 How Bertolt Brecht Managed to Forge a Defamiliarized World Theater (Mary Luckhurst)
33 Samuel Beckett and World Literature: Toward the Universal (Yoshiki Tajiri) (田尻芳樹・東京大学大学院総合文化研究科教授)
34 “And I Have the Same Restlessness Today”: Vijay Tendulkar’s Connected Reading (Sai Bhatawadekar)
35 Wole Soyinka: Art, Politics, and the (African) World (Taylor A. Eggan)
36 Sa’dallah Wannous: Syria’s Premier Political Playwright and Social Critic (Robert Myers)

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