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What Is Your Country’s Best Literature?

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My book tip from Sweden would be:
The Emigrants (novels) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The novels moved me deep in my Swedish heart and will stay forever in my mind/Anna

I Read Encyclopedias for Fun

The Iliad, Greece The Iliad, Greece

One of my challenges is to read a book from every country. But I have no idea where to start. What books are good to read? I’ve mostly read books from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and a handful from other countries like Japan and Greece. I want to know what is out there. It’s difficult to choose. So, I need your help. I need a lot of people’s help.

Here’s what I propose. It’s very simple. All you need to do is leave a comment stating which country you’re from and which book you’d recommend from your country. It could be a book that defines literature in your country, or it could be a book that’s your favourite. Anything is fine, as long as you’d recommend it.

Second, and this is important, I’m asking you to share this post with your friends and family…

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23 thoughts on “What Is Your Country’s Best Literature?”

  1. the Iliad by Homer is unsurpassed reading. I would suggest James Fenimore Cooper, a wonderful American novelist. Thank you!

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    1. Please make sure you write this comment in the original post too. This is a reblog post 🙂
      Thanks for the reading tips!


    1. Your welcome. I haven’t found out how to turn comments off in reblogged posts. I’m sorry, but I tried to redirect them to the original post.


            1. If you read the comment in that post you will find that there’s a way to turn off comments in a post. Wp support gave me the wrong answer.


    1. Thanks. Interesting. If you have time, please leave this comment in the original post too. This is a reblogged post and I don’t know how to turn comments off in this post 🙂

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