Editors: Mária Bátorová, Róbert Gáfrik
Comparative literature has been associated with national and transnational frameworks since its inception, and this relationship in literature and in the formation of identities is one of the key aspects of the present. It is a relationship formed in multidimensional socio-political and broader cultural processes, and the ideas about them change as the discipline itself changes. The articles in this thematic block show the current concept of the transnational in various aspects that go beyond thinking about literature in a national context.
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