German poet and essayist Hans Magnus Enzensberger (64) was staying in Belgrade last week upon the invitation of the Belgrade Circle. Some of his books were translated in our language in the seventies and eighties. His recent collections of essays (which have not been translated here) “Ach, Europa,” “Die Grosse Wanderung,” and the latest “Ausblicke […]

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