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The Revolution of Everyday Life (Paperback)

by Raoul Vaneigem

My Aversion 5

That Americans hate politics is something everyone seems to agree on, even if no one knows exactly why. Could there be any more stark a contrast than between David Foster Wallace’s bemoaning of voter apathy in the U.S. and the situation in Haiti, where daring to vote could get a person killed, and where people persisted in doing it anyway?

A Year in Reading: Jesse Ball 3

There's a lot of posturing about contemporary writing, but the truth is -- most of it isn't any good. That's where Robert Walser comes in, from the first quarter of the last century, riding the wagon from his Swiss sanatorium.