'Mads Rosendahl Thomsen's Mapping World Literature is an important contribution to our process of remapping. In four elegant, economical chapters, Thomsen synthesizes leading theories of the struggle for international recognition and the processes of global canonization, and he proposes a suggestive model of his own for grouping works into coherent "constellations" for reading, teaching, and analysis.' - David Damrosch

You can read David Damrosch's full review of the book here in the journal Comparative Literature Studies 47.3 (2010). [via Lund University institutional access]