Dreams and Nightmares – On a razor’s edge: Editorial Note on Refugee Literature

Dreams and nightmares take turns in every sleep cycle. They even invade the hours awake. There shall no longer be a day without learning the shape of separation, without looking at broken pieces of heart, without longing for acceptance from foreign soils, skins and songs.The Antonym, sought out literary expressions—tales and artefacts built in that sleeplessness and plight.

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