Among the factors involved in the development of individual personalities, the space, and especially home, is certainly the most significant one. The destabilization of the concept of home as a nest, and the consequent sense of belonging to it, find in the texts of migrant writers a new centrality, telling about others perspectives and imaginary with respect to the dominant one. Often forced to confine themselves in enclaves that exclude them from the territory of the natives, immigrants are driven to transform these spaces into exclusive places of their supportive diversity.
|Number of pages||19|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|