REPRESENTATIONS OF EUROPE IN TRANSITION
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The article discusses three dystopian visions in contemporary German literature in order to attain revelatory perspectives for the future of Europe. If the first example is a trivialization of the image of Europe, against the background of which a more pessimistic forecast emerges, the second and third emphatically plead for a fundamental structural renewal of the old continent and thus launch the idea of Europe as a borderless transit area.
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