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This volume is devoted to the literature and art created in Paris in 1917–1962. The starting point is Vilém Flusser’s conviction that migration and cultural innovation are closely interlinked. In addition to the languages of Romania, the essays in this volume take into account Arabic, Hebrew, German, Russian, and Polish literature. This comparative approach discloses unique perspectives.
Stephanie Bung, University of Duisburg-Essen; Susanne Zepp, Free University of Berlin, Germany.
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