The Correspondence of Walter Benjamin 1910-1940

Benjamin, Walter

Three hundred and thirty-two letters, written from age eighteen until six weeks before his death; correspondents include Max Brod, Bertolt Brecht, Hannah Arendt and Rainer Maria Rilke; edited and annotated by Gershom Scholem and Theodor W. Adorno, translated by Manfred R. Jacobson and Evelyn M. Jacobson; 650pp., indexed, annotated, and primary source material for Europe between the World Wars.



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Publisher: University of Chicago Press. First American edition 1994
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