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Role of Science in The Diamond Lens and A Tale of Negative Gravity

The Diamond Lens” is a dark and maybe even uncomfortable science fiction story written by Fitz-James O’Brien, which dives into the dark side of human passion. 723 more words

Comparative Literature

June’s Novel Picks

Hello! For June I have two books that I have had my eye on for a while. These books are completely different in every aspect, however, show the brutality of discrimination in social class and gender. 486 more words


Year Ender


What a year it has been! And there are so many things to be grateful for. Looking back, I remember how persistent I was to study again. 255 more words


A Second Degree, A Second Chance

Hi. The name’s Jay. Just wanted to share with you a little background of myself, before I get into the main story.

Back in high school, I was part of my school’s volleyball varsity team. 689 more words


CFPs for ECRs! MLO's Comparative Literature section invites submissions.

Modern Languages Open Call for Papers

Calling all Comparative Literature Early Career Researchers! Modern Languages Open’s Comparative Literature section is actively considering submissions.

The section aims to provide a dynamic snapshot of current thinking around issues of critical importance to Comparative Literature within a Modern Languages framework, and to encourage further discussion around the same topics as the section grows and evolves. 63 more words


To Translate or Not to Translate?Emily Apter's "The Translation Zone"

Emily Apter, The Translation Zone: A New Comparative Literature (TRANSLATION/ TRANSNATION). Princeton University Press, 2005. ISBN: 978-0691049977 (Papercover) 298 pgs.

Written by James Au

The vast outbreak of the pandemic has compelled face-to-face interaction, and many of us have gone viral. 696 more words



Based on the results of the comparative analysis (see Introduction, PART I, PART II and PART III) of Russian and Japanese wonder tales, the reader can come to the conclusion that there is much in common. 1,333 more words