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In addressing the reemergence of world literature as a discipline, critics such as Emily Apter and Gayatri Spivak gesture to the problem of the scale of world literature in trying to preserve the value of localized knowledge. For them, deploying English as the language of instruction in world literature courses around the globe disincentivizes the learning of multiple languages in favor of a deceptively accessible English that elides idiom, style, and cultural specifi city. Th is article seeksdoi:10.1353/ari.2015.0000 fatcat:tlpuujiya5a6fdcgn7hbcrtwny