The Origin of German Tragic Drama (Radical Thinkers 4) Paperback – 15 Jun 2009
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Walter Benjamin is the most important German aesthetician and literary critic of [the twentieth] century. --Sunday Times
He drew, from the obscure disdained German baroque, elements of the modern sensibility: the taste for allegory, surrealist shock effects, discontinuous utterance, a sense of historical catastrophe. --Susan Sontag
About the Author
Walter Benjamin was born in Germany in 1892 and died in Spain in 1940. His other books include Illuminations, The Arcades Project, and, with Verso, One-Way Street, Understanding Brecht, and Walter Benjamin's Archive.