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A Hunger Artist and Other Stories; Poems and Songs of Love
Kafka's writings are characterized by an extreme sensitivity manifested in absurdity, alienation, and gallows humor,...
The Metamorphoses of Ishtar
The imaginary world of Lebanese Canadian exiled poet Nadine Ltaif is rooted in the context...
Impromptu: A Trilingual Edition
This is a trilingual -- Italian, English and French -- edition of Amelia Rosselli's last...
The Passions of Mr. Desire: Selected Poems
André Roy's poetic universe is rich in imagery which can, at first glance, be disquieting....
Voiceless People and Addolorata: Two Plays
Marco Micone's first play, Voiceless People, portrays the exploitation of first-generation Italian immigrants Addolorata focuses...
Ten Letters to Montaigne
Socrates looked expectantly to the afterlife, when he would be able to converse with the...
In a provocative and thoughtful essay, Estonia's preeminent poet and cultural critic, Jüri Talvet, investigates the role of culture in the postmodern world. Against the large background of historical values in western and world culture, Talvet inveighs against monologues and grand narratives launched by Western centers, envisaging instead a cultural symbiosis that would create a new and fertile dialogue between the centers, borders, and peripheries of the world, enrich cultural sensibility, and broaden concern for the Other.
A Call for Cultural Symbiosis

Jüri Talvet, H.L. Hix
2005
A Call for Cultural Symbiosis
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