Toward a Vision of Post-COVID Urban Space: Joseph Roth’s City of Miniatures - Words Without Borders
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August 17, 202228 min read5610 words
Published: August 17, 2022  |  28 min read5610 words
Joseph Roth's feuilletons, writes Alexander Wells, provide us clues on how we might remake our cities post-pandemic., Public domain, via Wikimedia CommonsIt is 1921 and Joseph Roth—the Austrian novelist and chronicler of Weimar Berlin—is going for a walk. “What I see, what I...
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Insightful and inspiring. Granted, maybe not biased, but it seems to be inspiration for social commentary writers to find space and a direction on how we should approach novels on urban spaces from here on out. Nice context and insight into one writer to inform the next.
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