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Walter Benjamin's Berlin Childhood circa 1900: Translated and with commentary by Carl Skoggard

Translator
Carl Skoggard
Writer
Walter Benjamin
Date
0000
Publisher
Publication Studio Hudson
Format
Monographs
ISBN
978-1-935662-13-6
Size
4.5 × 6.5 × 0.8 Inches
Length
326 pp
Genre
Arts Writing, Essays
Description

This book of new research and commentary by Carl Skoggard brings philosopher Walter Benjamin’s engaging autobiographical text into a new translation that is faithful to Benjamin’s voice. Berlin Childhood circa 1900, Skoggard writes, “conjures Benjamin’s earliest years in a series of mysterious tableaux. But it also reflects an urgent moment in his adult life—one that posed challenges to everything he had thought and felt previously.” Publication Studio’s “Jank Edition” is illustrated with thirty black & white photographs and includes a foldable, color map of Berlin, circa 1900, offset-printed by Container Corps, Portland, Ore.

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