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Regarding the Pain of Others - (Picador Modern Classics)by Susan Sontag (Hardcover)

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Number of Pages: 192

Genre: Social Science

Sub-Genre: Media Studies

Series Title: Picador Modern Classics

Format: Hardcover

Publisher: Farrar Straus and Giroux

Author: Susan Sontag

Language: English

Street Date: November 7, 2017
TCIN: 53028512
UPC: 9781250160683
Item Number (DPCI): 248-52-5941


"Wise and somber. . .Sontag's closing words acknowledge that there are realities which no picture can convey." --Los Angeles Times Book Review

"These literary gems are the perfect stocking-stuffer size for the serious reader on your list; you'll look smart wrapping up one or all of them." --USA Today

"The history of sensibility in a culture shaped by the mechanical reproduction of imagery....has always been one of the guiding preoccupations of her best work, from Against Interpretation to The Volcano Lover....Regarding the Pain of Others invites, and rewards, more than one reading." --Newsday

"For 30 years, Susan Sontag has been challenging an entire generation to think about the things that frighten us most: war, disease, death. Her books illuminate without simplifying, complicate without obfuscating, and insist above all that to ignore what threatens us is both irresponsible and dangerous." --O, The Oprah Magazine

"A timely meditation on politics and ethics. . .extraordinary . . .Sontag's insight and erudition are profound." --The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

"Regarding the Pain of Others bristles with a sense of commitment--to seeing the world as it is, to worrying about the ways it is represented, even to making some gesture in the direction of changing it. . .the performance is thrilling to witness." --The New York Times Magazine

"A fiercely challenging book. . .immensely thought-provoking." --The Christian Science Monitor

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