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The Cosmopolitanism of the P.E.N. article

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The Cosmopolitanism of the P.E.N. article

Copy of Wadia, Sophia, ed. “The Cosmopolitanism of the P.E.N.,” The Indian P.E.N. 2, no. 8 (1 August 1936): 1. This article from The Indian P.E.N., the All-India Centre’s original internal editorial, speaks about the ideals and principles upheld by PEN International and promoted across the world, including freedom of expression and mutual support that “rises above geographical, political, religious, social barriers”, which this article describes as ‘cosmopolitanism’. At this time The Indian P.E.N. was edited by Sophia Wadia, founder of the All-India Centre.

Article The Cosmopolitanism of the P.E.N.

Exemplaire de Wadia, Sophia, ed. "The Cosmopolitanism of the P.E.N.," The Indian P.E.N. 2, no. 8 (1 août 1936): 1. Cet article du The Indian P.E.N., le périodique interne original du Centre indien, parle des idéaux et des principes défendus par PEN International de par le monde, incluant la liberté d'expression et le support mutuel qui «se dresse au-dessus des barrières géographiques, politiques, religieuses, sociales», et que l'article décrit comme du «cosmopolitanisme». À cette époque, The Indian P.E.N. était sous la direction éditoriale de Sophia Wadia, fondatrice du Centre indien.

Artículo The Cosmopolitanism of the P.E.N.

Ejemplar de Wadia, Sophia, ed. "The Cosmopolitanism of the P.E.N.," The Indian P.E.N. 2, no. 8 (1 agosto 1936): 1. Ese artículo de The Indian P.E.N., la publicación interna original del Centro de la India, habla sobre los ideales y principios de PEN Internacional promovidos en todo el mundo, incluyendo la libertad de expresión y el apoyo mutuo que «se eleva por encima de las barreras geográficas, políticas, religiosas y sociales», principios, segun el artículo, propios del «cosmopolitanismo». The Indian P.E.N. era editado, en aquella época, por Sophia Wadia, fundadora del Centro de la India.

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01/08/1936

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All-India Centre

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