Walter Benjamin. Moscow diary


In his Moscow Diary Benjamin describes the cultural life of the 1920s, including the persecution of Meyerhold and the split between ‘right’ and ‘left’ proletarian writers.  His work also reveals an interest in the events of public and private everyday life; he describes visits to workers’ clubs, people’s courts, factories and the Sukharevsky market. He writes about street peddlers, homeless children and beggars, Moscow pubs and trams.

Title: Moscow diary
Author: Walter Benjamin
Publisher: The Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art
Language: Latvian
Size: 17.9cm x 11.8cm cm, 314 pages
Release date: 2018

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