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Auteur: Debord, Guy
Titel: The Society of the Spectacle (Notting Hill Editions)
Sub titel: With an introduction from Will Self

Guy Ernest Debord (1931 - 1994) was a French Marxist theorist, writer, filmmaker, founder of the Letterist Faction, and founding member of the Situationist International (SI). Debord's first book, Memoires was published in 1959 bound with a sandpaper cover so that it would destroy other books placed next to it. Debord's best known work is his theoretical book, Society of the Spectacle (1967) which some consider a catalyst for the Paris uprising of 1968. Debord also wrote a number of autobiographical books and short pieces, and produced various films including a cinematic version of Society of the Spectacle. Will Self is an English author, journalist and television personality. Guy Ernest Debord (1931 - 1994) was a French Marxist theorist, writer, filmmaker, founder of the Letterist Faction, and founding member of the Situationist International (SI). Debord's first book, Memoires was published in 1959 bound with a sandpaper cover so that it would destroy other books placed next to it. Debord's best known work is his theoretical book, Society of the Spectacle (1967) which some consider a catalyst for the Paris uprising of 1968. Debord also wrote a number of autobiographical books and short pieces, and produced various films including a cinematic version of Society of the Spectacle. Will Self is an English author, journalist and television personality. Will Self's introduction beathes fresh life into the original 1970 translation by Black & Red.
2013, 176 pag., Euro 16,8
Notting Hill Editions, , ISBN 9781907903830


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