With The Publication Of Her First Book Of Criticism, Against Interpretation, In 1966, Susan Sontag Placed Herself At The Forefront Of An Era Of Cultural And Political Transformation What Is Important Now, She Wrote, Is To Recover Our Senses In Place Of A Hermeneutics We Need An Erotics Of Art She Would Remain A Catalyzing Presence, Whether Writing About Camp Sensibility, The Films Of Jean Luc Godard And Alain Resnais, Her Experiences As A Traveler To Hanoi At The Height Of The Vietnam War, The Aesthetics Of Science Fiction And Pornography, Or A Range Of Modern Thinkers From Simone Weil To E M Cioran She Opened Dazzling New Perspectives On Any Subject She Addressed, Whether The Nature Of Photography Or Cultural Attitudes Toward Illness This Volume, Edited By Sontags Son David Rieff, Presents The Full Texts Of Four Essential Books Against Interpretation, Styles Of Radical Will 1969 , On Photography 1977 , And Illness As Metaphor 1978 Also Here As A Special Feature Are Six Previously Uncollected Essays Including Studies Of William S Burroughs And The Painter Francis Bacon And A Series Of Reflections On Beauty, Aging, And The Emerging Feminist Movement.David Rieff Is The Author Of Swimming In A Sea Of Death A Sons Memoir And The Editor Of The Journals And Notebook Of Susan Sontag, Of Which Two Volumes Have Appeared To Date His Many Other Books Include At The Point Of A Gun Democratic Dreams And Armed Intervention And A Bed For The Night Humanitarianism In Crisis He Lives In New York.
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- Susan Sontag: Essays of the 1960s & 70s (LOA #246): Against Interpretation/Styles of Radical Will/On Photography/Illness as Metaphor/Uncollected Essays
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