Conclusion: The Great Emigration(s) Revisited
Part of the Palgrave European Film and Media Studies book series (PEFMS)
This chapter revisits, by way of conclusion, some analytical threads and lines of interpretation presented throughout the subsequent chapters of the book, while simultaneously forging some new connections.
KeywordsGreat Emigration Poland European film close Otherness Europeanisation Modernisation Postcolonialism
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