Thursday, July 2, 2015

WITMonth Prep | The Classics Challenge | Part 2

Part 1 here. Note: Titles in bold are readily available and are in print (in English). Translator names were not included in order to prevent any confusion as regards specific editions.
  • The Heptameron (1558) - Marguerite de Navarre - French
  • Suite Française (1942) - Irène Némirovsky - French
  • Poems, Protest and a Dream (c. 17th century) - Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz - Spanish
  • And He is the Light (1946) - Leah Goldberg - Hebrew
  • The Life of Saint Teresa of Ávila by Herself (c. 16th century) - Spanish
  • The Moomins and the Great Flood (1945) - Tove Jansson - Swedish
  • Autobiography of a Geisha (1957) - Sayo Masuda - Japanese
  • Industrial Park (1933) - Pagu - Brazilian Portuguese
  • Child of the Dark (1960) - Carolina Maria de Jesus - Brazilian Portuguese
  • Torn from the Nest (1889) - Clorinda Matto de Turner - Spanish
  • Dreams and Realities: Selected Fiction (c. 19th century) - Juana Manuela Gorriti - Spanish
And many, many, many, many other classic women writers from around the world who have not yet been translated. And also others who have been translated! More to come, and not just for the classics challenge. August is coming...

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for the suggestions for this month`s reading challenge.

    I have selected the Teresa of Avila autobiography as this will also tie in with Spanish Literature Month ( link back to Winston`s Dad`s Blog ).

    Hope to explore with you in August.


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