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Articles from World Literature Today (July 1, 2011)

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"Invisible You Reign Over the Visible": Julia Hartwig's Reality Mysticism. Haven, Cynthia L. Critical essay 3464
"Pointing to New Clarity with New Perplexity": The 2011 Newman Prize Lecture: when he visited the University of Oklahoma in February 2011 to receive the Newman Prize for Chinese Literature, Han Shaogong delivered the following remarks upon acceptance of the prize. Han Shaogong; Stalling, Jonathan; Ning Yu 1218
A conversation with Dacia Maraini. Seger, Monica Interview 2978
Alfonso Gatto: The Wall Did Not Answer. Book review 116
Aminatta Forna. The Memory of Love. Newson-Horst, Adele Book review 670
An Invisible Rope: Portraits of Czeslaw Milosz. Carls, Alice-Catherine Book review 644
Ana Maria Shua: Death as a Side Effect. Book review 103
Archipelago (A Collapse). Anedda, Antonella Poem 361
Ashley Anna McHugh. Into These Knots. Mish, Jeanetta Calhoun Book review 524
Beginning (End): in the following excerpt from A Dictionary of Maqiao, the author sees in the village "a testament to eternity" yet, in the villagers and in their lexicon, the ineluctable "march of time.". Han Shaogong Excerpt 534
Being Polite to Hitler. Brief article 128
Benjamin Kwakye: The Other Crucifix. Book review 102
Buddhadeva Bose. My Kind of Girl. Krtitli, Graziano Book review 731
Chatting. Bacchini, Pier Luigi Poem 316
Cristina Ali Farah. Little Mother. Shook, David Book review 522
Cynthia Ozick. Foreign Bodies. Dick, Bernard F. Book review 557
Dacia Maraini. La seduzione dell'altrove. King, Martha J. Book review 504
Darkness at the heart of recent Italian literature: under the surface tension of the beauty and bawdiness and quaint eccentricity of the Italian stereotype lies the struggle for the soul of this strange nation. Shugaar, Antony Critical essay 3332
David Foster Wallace. The Pale King. Leddy, Michael Book review 532
Dear Japan. Maraini, Dacia Essay 765
Dropped off the Map: Han Shaogong's Maqiao: in her nominating statement for the 2011 Newman Prize for Chinese Literature, Julia Lovell argues for the "parochial universalism" of Han Shaogong's Dictionary of Maqiao. Lovell, Julia Critical essay 1359
Editor's note. Simon, Daniel Editorial 800
Eliaz Cohen: Hear O Lord. Book review 114
Elizabeth Bishop and The New Yorker: The Complete Correspondence. Florczyk, Piotr Book review 655
Ena Lucia Portela: One Hundred Bottles. Book review 108
Ene Mihkelson. Torn. Merilai, Arne Book review 616
Eyes and Ears: every couple inhabit a private world of their own, and share an intimate language of words, silence, and gestures that only they understand. Such is a love story between a deaf husband and a blind wife. O Thiam Chin Short story 2759
Fiasco. Book review 136
Gabriel Josipovici. What Ever Happened to Modernism? Davis, Robert Murray Book review 1070
Gary Saul Morson: The Words of Others. Book review 115
Geary Hobson. Plain of Jars and Other Stories. Davis, Robert Murray Book review 588
Gianni Celati and "Plain" Storytelling in Contemporary Italy: what are the "fictions to believe in"? Gianni Celati and the Emilian writers in Italy attempt to recuperate wisdom in a world of information through the extraordinary in the everyday. Against a culture of blindness, Celati's "Badalucco" sonnets Iook through the neon glare of spectacle into the darkness of the contemporary world. Richards, Jamie Critical essay 2691
H Nigel Thomas. Lives: Whole and Otherwise. Celayo, Armando Book review 435
Haiti Noir. Book review 117
Hugo Burel. Diario de la arena. Rioseco, Marcelo Book review 608
Isaka Kotaro. Remote Control. Morrison, Michael Book review 646
Issa: in his latest work, Algerian-born writer Amara Lakhous--whose previous novel was hailed as the first contribution ever, from a foreigner, to serious Italian literature--examines the uneasy relations between Muslims and Europeans in multicultural Rome, his adopted city. Lakhous, Amara Short story 4163
Jacques Tardi. The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec. Vollmar, Rob Book review 636
Joey Brown. Oklahomaography. Nash, Susan Smith Book review 573
Leased. Romagnoli, Fernanda Poem 339
Legends. Zanzotto, Andrea Poem 438
Liguria, Italy: Gulf of Poets. Roy, Ashley Brief article 231
Lips. Scarpa, Tiziano Essay 680
Margarita Karapanou. The Sleepwalker. Hembree, Blayze Book review 504
Martin Malone: The Only Glow of the Day. Book review 106
Mathias Enard. Zone. Levy, Michele Book review 905
Michael Cunningham: By Nightfall: a novel. Ndegeocello, Me'Shell Brief article 215
Natacha Appanah. Mitzner, Jessica Brief biography 167
New & noteworthy translations of Italian Literature. Recommended readings 325
Nikola Madzirov. Remnants of Another Age. Pantovic, Bojana Stojanovic Book review 598
Noir, Italian style. Davis, J. Madison Critical essay 2064
Patrik Ourednik. The Opportune Moment, 1855. Burilkovova, Michaela Book review 404
Pauline Kaldas: The Time Between Places. Book review 106
Polina Barskova. The Zoo in Winter. Emilio, Greg Book review 645
Rafik Schami. The Calligrapher's Secret. Boullata, Issa J. Book review 490
Reprimand. Hartwig, Julia Poem 383
Sergio Kokis. Clandestino. Montreal. Ousselin, Edward Book review 593
Seyhan Erozcelik: Rosestrikes and Coffee Grinds. Book review 113
Stigmata. Book review 167
Study Abroad, Arezzo. Brief article 272
Teju Cole. Open City. Hannan, Jim Book review 499
The Albanians: the fabulous real-life fables of Ermanno Cavazzoni's Brief Lives of Idiots portray "fools" who can't recognize their own kin, miserably fail at suicide, or didn't think the concentration camp was half bad. Ignorance--like sainthood--is indeed a state of bliss. Cavazzoni, Ermanno Short story 1560
The Atlantic Day. Cavalli, Patrizia Poem 403
The Dead Republic. Book review 145
The Emperor of Lies (an excerpt). Sem-Sandberg, Steve Novel 821
The Glory. Spaziani, Maria Luisa Poem 356
The Ice Trilogy. Book review 128
The Secret of Archery. Zanelli, Alessio Poem 323
They Speak. Magrelli, Valerio Poem 338
Travellers. Erba, Luciano Poem 325
Tunisia. Allen, John Tyler Brief article 296
Vijaydan Detha: Chouboli and Other Stories. Book review 103
What to read now. Namou, Weam Recommended readings 682

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