Critics argue that lumping &ldquo;<strong>world literature</strong>&rdquo; together leads to a great flattening, reducing particularities into a global monoculture. But has that been true?

Critics argue that lumping &amp;ldquo;world literature&amp;rdquo; together leads to a great flattening, reducing particularities into a global monoculture. But has that been
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Critics argue that lumping “world literature” together leads to a great flattening, reducing particularities into a global monoculture. But has that been true?

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