In a new collection of essays, dozens of authors show how national and ethnic stereotypes change and what those stereotypes say about the history of Eastern Europei> by JAKUB KARPINSKI EVERY GENERALization is false, including this one,” begins poet Tomasz Jastrun in his essay comparing Poland and Sweden, contained in a collection about national stereotypes. […]

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