Workshop Discussion 4: National vs. World Literature
January 25, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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Long ago, these two authors have made their homes in more than two cultures and confidently deal with that in their work. Yoko Tawada writes in German and Japanese. Rawi Hage lives in Canada and writes about the Lebanese civil war. In our globalised world, would it not be high time to talk exclusively about ‘Global Literature‘? And does the concept of national literature still have any significance anyways?
Schöne Aussicht 2, 60311 Frankfurt
Authors/ArtistsKatharina Borchardt, Rawi Hage, Yoko Tawada
English and German