Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Entry on Walter Benjamin

Charles, M. 2015. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Entry on Walter Benjamin.

TitleStanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Entry on Walter Benjamin
AuthorsCharles, M.
Year2015
Publication dates
Published22 Jul 2015
Web address (URL)http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/benjamin/

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