2016: Volume 6 by Günter Berghaus

By Günter Berghaus

Volume 6 (2016) is an open factor with an emphasis on Nordic international locations (Denmark, Finland, Lithuania, Estonia, Iceland). 4 essays concentrate on Russia, on tune; different contributions are considering Egypt, united states and Korea. in addition there are sections on Futurist documents, Futurism in caricatures and Futurism in fiction.

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