Luigi Bonaffini and Mia Lecomte (eds) A New Map: The Poetry of Migrant Writers in Italy

@article{Benelli2013LuigiBA,
  title={Luigi Bonaffini and Mia Lecomte (eds) A New Map: The Poetry of Migrant Writers in Italy},
  author={Elena Benelli},
  journal={Forum Italicum},
  year={2013},
  volume={47},
  pages={691 - 692}
}
  • E. Benelli
  • Published 1 November 2013
  • Art
  • Forum Italicum
use of selected works of fiction, cinema and poetry. At times, this book is trying to do too much, and its claims (especially about the work of historians) are occasionally a little over the top. But this is a book which is always interesting, and which brings together a huge variety of texts, forms of analysis and reflections which unpick and help us rethink issues of memory, mourning and trauma with relation not just to World War One, but to all wars. 
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