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The power of refugee artists
Saskia Elizabeth Ziolkowski

always fit well into the model provided by earlier discussions of migration literature, in part because of how quickly migrant writers engaged the Italian canon, again revealing the importance of literature to being Italian. 20 This suggests both the difference of the Italian situation and the need for models of migration literature to consider multiple cases since literature varies in its relationship to nationhood and identity. Anglophone criticism and works have increasingly been invested in authors primarily

in Migrants shaping Europe, past and present
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Tania Anne Woloshyn

–3. 139  Carter, Rise and Shine , p. 64. On eugenics, social hygiene, and nationhood specifically, see pp. 24–8, 66–7, 71–2, and Zweiniger-Bargielowska, Managing the Body , p. 166. 140  See Linda Bryder, ‘Wonderlands of Buttercup’; and Overy, Light, Air and Openness , p. 127

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