Jim Luce on Literature & Poetry

Jim Luce studied Japanese and European literature at the College of Wooster and Waseda University in Tokyo.  His father was a prominent translator of French literature, teaching at Miami University, Harvard and in Luxembourg..

Mario Vargas, one of the world’s most important novelists, explains a finer point to me. 

  1. Mario Vargas Llosa on the End of the Incan Empire at the Americas Society
  2. Exploring the World, Poetically, Through The Sufi’s Garland
  3. In Sri Lanka: A Poem of Commemoration

For the complete listing of thematic stories, see Jim Luce Writes.

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