Searching for our lost identity

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The unified Europe that came out of the Second World War seems to have lost its spark, its culture and its political wherewithal. 

Shortly after the terrorist attacks of November 2015 in Paris, there was a run on Ernest Hemingway’s book A Moveable Feast. In the book, the young Hemingway recounts his exciting ad- ventures among the elitist American community in Paris during the 1920s. The title and subject of Hemingway’s book appealed to the imagination, and buying it offered consolation.

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