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Eralda L. Lameborshi

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(Dis)Counting Languages

Between Hugó Meltzl and Liviu Rebreanu

Anca Parvulescu and Manuela Boatcă

’s Ion .” Acta Universitatis Sapientiae, Philologica 4:1 (2012), 117–148. Berend, Iván T., and György Ránki. East Central Europe in the 19th and 20th Centuries . Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 1977. Boatcă, Manuela. “Caribbean Europe: Out of Sight, Out of Mind?” In Constructing the Pluriverse . Ed. Bernd

Matthias Buschmeier

the German nation itself, effectively led to “the liberation of all national literatures from the yoke of French tastes and the last unpleasant repercussions of the Enlightenment” (Stern 482). For Stern, therefore, the history of world literature – as a history of Central Europe – was also a

Local Labour, Cosmopolitan Toil

Geo-Cultural Dynamics in Swedish Working-Class Fiction

Paul Tenngart

Sofi’s great-granddaughter Sally, is thus connected to an influx from abroad. In Lo-Johansson’s Bara en mor , life at the socially highly limited estate, Ella Manor, undergoes distinct changes when World War  I breaks out in central Europe. Sweden did not participate in the war, but the