Facing Europe

What dialogues does literature establish with post-1945 Europe, both within literature itself and in intertextual relation with other forms of art? How does writing explore the identity and borders of a plural continent, ancient but at the same time constantly reinventing itself, particularly in the last seventy years? What are the desires, questions, and protests that the history and confluence of civilizations, the inclusion and exclusion of peoples keep describing and force us to re-describe with each new art work? Finally, how does artistic creation reinvent Europe itself, suggesting new models of sharing experience?
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Poets write Europe


Prose writers write Europe