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Keyword(s): Literature

  • Literature
    Greek poets and authors.

  • Literature
    Polish literature.

  • Romanian literature
    Mihai Eminescu (1850-1889) - Romanian poet - Two poems on the Sea.

  • Romanian literature
    A Finnish artist walking the paths of art and literature in Romania.

  • Spanish literature
    Spanish literature, Selection by Manuela Vigara

  • Germanic literature
    An overview of Germanic literature by Smaranda Miron.

  • Catalan Literature
    Eight million people in Catalonia Valencia and the Balearic Islands speak Catalan. The number of speakers is bigger than Danish speakers for example. This language has and old and rich literature that begins at the same times that the other Romance language's literatures. Many Catalan authors from all ages are being translated into all modes.

  • Spanish literature
    I would say that I mostly agree with my colleague Manuela Vigara about her criteria on Spanish literature but these are my personal choices.

  • Portugal: Poetry and Literature
    Portuguese literature and the sea.

  • Romanian Literature part II
    This article is about Ovid, Roman poet in exile in Romania.

  • Lampedusa and Sicilian literature
    A visit to the Parco Letterario Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa.

  • Literature - general overview
    Writers/books participants think representative for their own country.

  • The Sea as a topos in Atlantic Literature
    The progressive discovery of the Atlantic in the mediaeval European literature.

  • The witch in antique literature

  • Mitteleuropa - Middle Europe - Literature
    Main writers

  • Water and language, literature, metaphors
    Lithuanian and Greek poetry.

  • Sea and literature: the legend of Nicola Pesce
    La leggenda di Cola Pesce.

  • Literature: Philip Marsden, The Bronski House
    Philip Marsden, The Bronsky House, A Journey Back (1995), gives a narrative about a Polish landowner family in the borderlands between Poland and Russia during the first part of the 20th century.

  • The Kyklop Of Turkish Literature: Yaşar Kemal

  • The glamour of the thousands of stairs in Lisbon - the sea in Portuguese art and literature.
    The reflections of maritime life in Portuguese art.

  • A Finnish literature classic about 1453 in Constantinople - Mika Waltari
    Johannes Angelos ( translated as The Dark Angel), a novel by Mika Waltari.

  • Azores in german contemporary literature: Ralph R. Glöckler's Azores Trilogy
    Literature, Azores, Novels, 20th and 21st century

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