Against Interpretation is a selection from Susan Sontag's early writings about the arts and contemporary culture. The book quickly became a modem classic and has had enormous influence here and abroad. As well as the title essay, 'On Style' and the famous' Notes on Camp', the book includes discussion of such figures and Sartre, Simone Weil, Georg Lukacs, Levi-Strauss, Artaud, Genet, Brecht, Beckett, Bresson and Goddard.
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There don't seem to be as many public intellectuals around as there used to be. Sure, there are more commentators than ever—look at the many, many bloggers out there, as well as other individuated ... Read full review
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A collection of essays that notably includes her break-out piece, “Notes on Camp,” which had appeared in Partisan Review in 1964, and the title essay. “Notes on Camp,” instead of defining and ... Read full review