European Literature

European literature refers to the literature of Europe.
European literature includes literature in many languages; among the most important of the modern written works are those in English, Spanish, French, Dutch, Polish, German, Italian, Modern Greek, Czech, Russian, Bosnian and works by the Scandinavians and Irish.
Important classical and medieval traditions are those in Latin, Ancient Greek, Old Norse, Medieval French and the Italian Tuscan dialect of the renaissance.
In colloquial speech, European literature often is used as a synonym for Western literature.
European literature is a part of wo

A Man Called Ove
As Red as Blood
Cirkeln (Engelsfors, #1)
La Liste de mes envies
Sandmannen (Joona Linna, #4)
Memory of Water
Nyckeln (Engelsfors, #3)
Eld (Engelsfors, #2)
Pigeon English
The Body at the Tower (The Agency, #2)
The Burning (Maeve Kerrigan, #1)
Los enamoramientos
The End of the Wasp Season (Alex Morrow, #2)
Une forme de vie


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    A European Love Story

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    The Trial
    Wuthering Heights
    Don Quixote
    The Picture of Dorian Gray
    Madame Bovary

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