Freedom for Publishing, Publishing for Freedom: The Central and East European Publishing Project
Timothy Garton Ash, Ralf Dahrendorf, Richard Davy, Elizabeth Winter
Central European University Press, 1995 - Literary Criticism - 201 pages
This is an assessment of the Central and East European Publishing Project, an initiative designed to support embattled Central and East European publishers and journals, and to punch holes through the cultural Iron Curtain by encouraging translations. The nine years of its existence straddle the largest watershed in European history since 1945, and the Project's history - told here by some of its leading participants - illuminates the nature of the recent changes in Central and Eastern Europe.
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