3 edition of Notes on Sontag found in the catalog.
|Statement||Princeton University Press|
|Publishers||Princeton University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
|2||Writers on writers|
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Sontag herself expresses qualms, in the same Simone Weil essay, while going on to resolve them: I, for one, do not doubt that the sane view of the world is the true one. It was sometime in the late 70s. The essay attracted interest in Sontag. My Favorite Book of Hers, pg. Then you have the other extreme: the low-brow, working-classic variety of reality TV. About This is IvyPanda's free database of academic paper samples. He takes Sontag seriously, and even if he finds her ridiculous at times, his persuasive prose makes it clear that he misses her: 'Sontag's best ruminations have a power and cohesion that merit countless revisitation, both to savor their insights and wonder how she did it.
The form of jottings, rather than an essay with its claim to Notes on Sontag linear, consecutive argumentseemed more appropriate for getting down something of this particular fugitive sensibility.
" ---Rachel Hadas, Times Literary Supplement " Notes on Sontag achieves a remarkable evenhandedness, caressing even as it kicks. He speaks straight, from eye-level, as a literary colleague: Notes on Sontag knew Sontag and has heard all the stories. Some of the best things in the book are the personal vignettes about close encounters with Sontag, where Lopate stands in for the reader and fan, often getting burned in the process.
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Moreover, Sontag notes, that the best camp has no idea that it is camp.
" However much she may have come to disdain the idea, inevitably her writing did become a means of self-discovery, possibly even self-healing, certainly self-consolation.