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In the last decades, national and transnational literary histories have continued to take different approaches. The typical new national literary histories have discarded the teleology of grand narratives by chopping up the chronological line into individual essays on specific subjects, each attached to a single date. They compensate for the temporal disintegration with a cultural broadening of literature's scope and occasional international references. The transnational counter trend has beendoi:10.12697/il.2013.18.1.01 fatcat:dfaq4u3kwfapzmwynn7s4jzkue