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'Altogether indispensable." -- Guardian, 2 July, 2005

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Walter Benjamin (1892-1940) was the author of many works of literary and cultural analysis. Michael W. Jennings is Professor of German, Princeton University. Gary Smith is an editor at work on the Einstein Papers project. Howard Eiland teaches literature at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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wonderful collection 12 Oct 2013
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This volume is one of the some 6 published by Harvard UP of major articles and essays of literary and social critic Walter Benjamin in a very fine English translation. One begins to understand the breadth and depth of this extraordinary homme des letters/
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