read the world

Read the World–as in read a fiction book/short story set in each country, a non-fiction book set in each country, and any book by an author from each country***

(I used wikipedia’s list of sovereign states…just because I didn’t know what else to use.)
(And yes, I do know I’ve no chance whatsoever to actually complete this.)

–Afghanistan
–Albania
–Algeria
–Andorra
–Angola
–Antigua and Barbuda
–Argentina
–Armenia
–Australia
*setting (fiction): Tomorrow, When the War Began by John Marsden
*setting (non-fiction):
*author:
–Austria
–Azerbaijan
–Bahamas
–Bahrain
–Bangladesh
–Barbados
–Belarus
–Belgium
–Belize
–Benin
–Bhutan
–Bolivia
–Bosnia and Herzegovina
*setting (fiction):
*setting (non-fiction): Ruined Landscapes: Paintings of the Balkan War Zone paintings by Laura Buxton and text by Ross Yockey
*author:
–Botswana
–Brazil

*setting (fiction):

*setting (non-fiction):

*author: Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba (De:Tales, Stories from Urban Brazil)
–Brunei
–Bulgaria
–Burkina Faso
–Burma
–Burundi
–Cambodia
–Cameroon
–Canada:
*setting (fiction): Mercury by Hope Larson
*setting (non-fiction):
*author: Mariko Tamaki (This One Summer)
–Cape Verde
–Central African Republic
–Chad
–Chile
–China

*setting (fiction):

*setting (non-fiction):

*author: Na Liu (Little White Duck: A Childhood in China)
–Columbia
–Comoros
–Costa Rica
–Cote d’Ivoire

*setting (fiction): Aya by Marguerite Abouet, with art by Clement Oubrerie

*setting (non-fiction):

*author: Marguerite Abouet (Aya of Yop City)
–Croatia
–Cuba

*setting (fiction):

*setting (non-fiction):

*author: Inverna Lockpez (Cuba: My Revolution)
–Cyprus
–Czech Republic
–Democratic Republic of Congo
–Denmark

*setting (fiction):

*setting (non-fiction):

*author: Sara Blaedel (The Forgotten Girls)
–Djibouti
–Dominica
–Dominican Republic
–East Timor
–Ecuador
–Egypt

*setting (fiction): Cairo by G. Willow Wilson

*setting (non-fiction):

*author: Nawal El Saadawi (God Dies by the Nile)
–El Salvador
–Equatorial Guinea
–Eritrea
–Estonia
–Ethiopia
–Fiji
–Finland
–France
*setting (fiction): Resistance by Karen Jablonski and Leland Purvis
*setting (non-fiction): French Milk by Lucy Knisley
*author: Fabien Vehlmann (Beautiful Darkness)
–Gabon
–Gambia
–Georgia
–Germany

*setting (fiction):

*setting (non-fiction):

author: Erich Maria Remarque (All Quiet on the Western Front)

–Ghana

*setting (fiction): No Sweetness Here and Other Stories by Ama Ata Aidoo

*setting (non-fiction):

*author: Yaba Bodoe (True Murder)
–Greece
–Guatemala
–Guinea
–Guinea-Bissau
–Guyana
–Haiti

*setting (fiction):

*setting (non-fiction): An Unbroken Agony: Haiti, From Revolution to the Kidnapping of a President by Randall Robinson

*author:
–Honduras
–Hungary
–Iceland
–India
*setting (fiction):
*setting (non-fiction):
*author: Samhita Anri and Moyna Chitrakar (Sita’s Ramayana)
–Indonesia
–Iran
*setting (fiction):
*setting (non-fiction): The Complete Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi
*author: Marjane Satrapi (Embroideries)
–Iraq
–Ireland

*setting (fiction):

*setting (non-fiction):

*author: The Fisherman and His Soul and Other Fairy Tales by Oscar Wilde

–Israel
–Italy
–Jamaica
–Japan
*setting (fiction): Wandering Son, Volumes 1 and 2 by Shimura Takako
*setting (non-fiction): Hiroshima by John Hersey
*author: Ryukishi07 (Umineko When They Cry Episode 1: The Legend of the Golden Witch Volume 1)
–Jordan
–Kazakhstan

*setting (fiction): A Bride’s Story, Volume One by Kaoru Mor

*setting (non-fiction):

*author:
–Kiribati
–Kosovo (claimed by Serbia)
–Kuwait
–Kyrgzstan
–Laos
–Latvia
–Lebanon
*setting (fiction):
*setting (non-fiction): I Remember Beirut by Zeina Abirached
*author:  Zeina Abirached (A Game for Swallows: To Die, To Leave, To Return)
–Lesotho
–Liberia
–Libya
–Liechtenstein
–Lithuania
–Luxembourg
–Macedonia
–Madagascar
–Malawi
–Malaysia
–Maldives
–Mali
–Malta
–Marshall Islands
–Mauritania
–Mauritius
–Mexico

*setting (fiction): The Pearl by John Steinbeck

*setting (non-fiction):

*author:
–Micronesia
–Moldova
–Monaco
–Mongolia
–Montenegro
–Morocco
–Mozambique
–Namibia
–Nauru
–Nepal
–Netherlands
–New Zealand
*setting (fiction): The 10 p.m. Question by Kate De Goldi
*setting (non-fiction):
*author: Kennedy Warne (Let Them Eat Shrimp: The Tragic Disappearance of the Rainforests of the Sea)
–Nicaragua
–Niger
–Nigeria
*setting (fiction): Akata Witch by Nnedi Okorafor
*setting (non-fiction):
*author: Helen Oyeyemi (Boy, Snow, Bird)
–North Korea
–Norway

*setting (fiction):

*setting (non-fiction):

*author: Henrik Ibsen (A Doll’s House)
–Oman
–Pakistan
–Palau
–Palestine

*setting (fiction):

*setting (non-fiction):

*author: Adania Shibli (Touch)
–Panama
–Papua New Guinea
–Paraguay
–Peru
–Philippines
*setting (fiction): Lola: A Ghost Story by J. Torres and Elbert Or
*setting (non-fiction):
*author:
–Poland
–Portugal
–Qatar
–Republic of Congo
–Romania

*setting (fiction):

*setting (non-fiction):

*author: Elie Wiesel (Night)

–Russia
–Rwanda
*setting (fiction): Deogratias: A Tale of Rwanda by J.P. Stassen
*setting (non-fiction):
*author:
–Saint Kitts and Nevis
–Saint Lucia
–Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
–Samoa
–San Marino
–Sao Tome and Principe
–Saudi Arabia
–Senegal

*setting (fiction):

*setting (nonfiction):

*author: Mariama Ba (So Long a Letter)
–Serbia
–Seychelles
–Sierra Leone
–Singapore
–Slovakia
–Slovenia
–Solomon Islands
–Somalia
–South Africa
–South Korea
–South Sudan
–Spain
–Sri Lanka
–Sudan
–Suriname
–Swaziland
–Sweden
–Switzerland

*setting (fiction):

*setting (non-fiction):

*author: Blue Pills: A Positive Love Story by Frederick Peters
–Syria
–Taiwan
–Tajikistan
–Tanzania
–Thailand
–Togo
–Tongo
–Trinidad and Tobago
–Tunisia
–Turkey

*setting (fiction): Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant by Tony Cliff

*setting (non-fiction):

*author:
–Turkmenistan
–Tuvalu
–Uganda

*setting (fiction): War Brothers: The Graphic Novel by Sharon E. McKay and Daniel Lafrance

*setting (non-fiction):

*author: Doreen Baingana (Tropical Fish: Tales from Entebbe)
–Ukraine
–United Arab Emirates
–United Kingdom
>England
*setting (fiction): Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen
*setting (non-fiction): The Ghost Map: The Story of London’s Most Terrifying Epidemic–and How It Changed Science, Cities, and the Modern World by Steven Johnson
*author: Mark Haddon (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time)
>Northern Ireland
>Scotland
*setting (fiction):
*setting (non-fiction): Findings: Essays on the Natural and Unnatural World by Kathleen Jamie
*author: The Lost World by Arthur Conan Doyle
>Wales
*setting (fiction):
*setting (non-fiction):
*author: The Night Watch by Sarah Waters
–United States
*setting (fiction): Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe
*setting (non-fiction): Polio: An American Story by David M. Oshinsky
*author: Walter Dean Myers (Monster)
–Uruguay
–Uzbekistan

*setting (fiction): A Bride’s Story, Volume Four by Kaoru Mori

*setting (non-fiction):

*author:
–Vanuatu
–Vatican City

*setting (fiction): Revelations by Paul Jenkins and Humberto Ramos

*setting (non-fiction):

*author:
–Venezuela
–Vietnam
–Yemen
–Zambia
–Zimbabwe

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