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Part I: Final Reading Response Instructions


1. Browse your assigned issues of the World Literature Today database.

• To access the database, log in to the MyCOM Portal, click the “Library/Learning Resources” tab, scroll to the bottom of the page, and click the “World Literature Today” link. (You can also access World Literature Today below!)
• The issues are organized chronologically. Click on the issues to access their contents.
• Browse through your issues, previewing, skimming, and reading texts that seem especially interesting to you by clicking the “Article PDF” links.

2. Select three works about which you would like write your three reading responses.

• These three texts must be works of poetry, short fiction, essay, and/or memoir.
• Do not select interviews, book reviews, biographies, or news journalism.
• If you have questions about whether or not the text(s) you are interested in fulfill the requirements, please contact your instructor as soon as possible (david.king@marin.edu).
• One of the three texts may be from outside World Literature Today, but it must be a text translated into English and published since 2010.

World Literature Today

World Literature Today magazine features essays, book reviews, interviews, and poetry and fiction from the world's best writers.

Also, visit their free website, which is prettier, but doesn't have all of the content that is found through the link above (although I think it does have "bonus" videos and images that are worth exploring): worldliteraturetoday.org/

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