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Paradoxism’s Offensive

Authors: Ion Soare

...Therefore, the literary histories are put in front of an event- a literary one, certainly! - that they will have, volens-nolens, to mention, in the worst case, if not to analyze at an equal level with the other movements from the so large and complex field of the letters: the paradoxism.

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