Claudio Magris

scholar, translator and writer

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Claudio Magris is an Italian scholar, translator and writer.

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In Claudio Magris' Blameless, a museum of the implements of war and destruction is created to inspire peace. But this conversation is not just about war and peace.

Claudio Magris: Blameless

In Claudio Magris' Blameless, a museum of the implements of war and destruction is created to inspire peace. But this conversation is not just about war and peace.

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