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Transcultural Literature, Nationalism and its Adequacy in World Literatures: Pedagogical Requirements

Nath, Keshav

This paper discusses that transcultural literary theories have been materialized through time, though its labeling and adequacy has been debatable. However, transcultural literature has now become significant with the issue of world literature. The present paper offers wide-ranging information of the collective worth of a transcultural perception in the genus of comparative literature and modern literary theories. This paper also analyzes the contemporary understanding of literatures across the globe and gives an indication on how transcultural kinds of literature can contribute to the development of societies.

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