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Designed to accompany The Bedford Anthology of World Literature, the site also offers a great deal of material which can be used independently. Included in the site are World Lit in the 21st Century, which connects classic literature to current issues; Culture and Context, which places the literature in context in its own time; and LitLinks, which provide timelines and author biographies.

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