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In our World Literature course, students read the works of contemporary and historical international authors and refine grammar and composition skills through numerous writing assignments. In addition to active reading and critical evaluation of literature, students’ writing instincts are further honed and challenged with a variety of essays (expository, compare/contrast, personal opinion, and interpretive), a biographical research paper, poetry, movie reviews, news articles, an analysis of symbolism and irony, and a one-act play.

World Literature Course Package

Students read the works of international authors, both current and historical, and refine grammar and composition skills through numerous writing assignments.

$110.00
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World Literature Coursebook - High School English | Oak Meadow Bookstore
World Literature Coursebook

Coursebook for the World Literature course (Included with course package)

$70.00
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World Literature - Teacher Manual | Oak Meadow Bookstore
World Literature Teacher Manual

 Teacher manual designed to help parents and teachers support independent learners.

$40.00
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A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen - High School English | Oak Meadow Bookstore
A Doll's House

Assigned as part of the Oak Meadow World Literature course

$2.50
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Don Quixote By Miguel De Cervantes, A New Translation by Edith Grossman | Oak Meadow Bookstore
Don Quixote

This special abridged translation of Cervantes’s 1605 classic is assigned as part of the Oak Meadow World Literature curriculum.

$19.99
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The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafta | Oak Meadow Bookstore
The Metamorphosis

Assigned as part of the Oak Meadow World Literature curriculum.

$5.95
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The Ramayana | Oak Meadow Bookstore
The Ramayana

This special retelling of the ancient Sanskrit epic, recounted by Indian novelist R.K. Narayan, is assigned as part of the Oak Meadow World Literature curriculum.

$16.00
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