walter benjamin

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born July 15, 1892, Berlin, Ger. died Sept. 26, 1940, near Port-Bou, Spain German literary critic. Born into a prosperous Jewish family, Benjamin studied philosophy and worked as a literary critic and translator in Berlin from 1920 until 1933, when he fled to France to avoid persecution. The Nazi takeover of France led him to flee again in 1940; he committed suicide at the Spanish border on hearing that he would be turned over to the Gestapo. Posthumous publication of his essays has won him a reputation as the leading German literary critic of the first half of the 20th century; he was also one of the first serious writers about film and photography. His independence and originality are evident in the essays collected in Illuminations (1961) and Reflections (1979). His writings on art reflect his reading of Karl Marx and his friendships with Bertolt Brecht and Theodor Adorno
walter benjamin

    الواصلة

    Wal·ter Ben·ja·min

    التركية النطق

    wôltır bencımın

    النطق

    /ˈwôltər ˈbenʤəmən/ /ˈwɔːltɜr ˈbɛnʤəmən/

    كلمة اليوم

    aphrodisiac
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