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Walter Benjamin (1892–1940), German critic, philosopher. letter, Dec. 9, 1923, quoted in Susan Sontag, "Under the Sign of Saturn," introductory essay to One-Way Street and Other Writings (1978). Briefe (Frankfurt, 1966), no. 126.
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