At its recent annual conference, the West German PEN Center decided against uniting with its East German counterpart. The prospects for an eventual merger are now bleaker than ever by JAN CLEAVE ALMOST FIVE YEARS after German unification, writers in the western and eastern halves of the country are still divided over whether they, too, […]

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