Words in World Literature
by Mark Corwin
You may have seen a movie where a non-English language is spoken with English subtitles shown on the screen. You may have read a literary work where a non-English language is translated into written English. You ask yourself: How can I appreciate the beauty and the power of any language?
Your ability to read and write one sentence will answer your question!
Enter Words in World Literature by Mark Corwin, and his surprising proposition that appreciating the beauty and the power of any language is not as daunting as it seems-if you know the practical application of two basic principles that he advances in his book.
Words in World Literature is the starting line to answer that question you asked yourself about any languages beauty and power.
About the Author
Mark Corwin received his B.A. in Comparative Literature and Russian Language in 1989 from the University of California, Davis.
(2012, paperback, 176 pages)