At the Same Time gathers sixteen essays and addresses written in the last years of Sontag's life, when her work was being honored on the international stage, that reflect on the personally liberating nature of literature, her deepest commitment, and on political activism and resistance to injustice as an ethical duty. She considers the works of writers from the little-known Soviet novelist.
This second volume in Library of America’s definitive edition of her collected essays gathers Under the Sign of Saturn (1980), AIDS and Its Metaphors (1989), Where the Stress Falls (2001), Regarding the Pain of Others (2003), and At the Same Time (2007), brilliant books in which Sontag did not merely comment on the cultural and political landscape, but helped shape it, solidifying her place.
Against Interpretation was Susan Sontag's first collection of essays and made her name as one of the most incisive thinkers of our time. Sontag was among the first critics to write about the intersection between 'high' and 'low' art forms, and to give them equal value as valid topics, shown here in her epoch-making pieces 'Notes on Camp' and 'Against Interpretation'.Editions for At the Same Time: Essays and Speeches: 0374100721 (Hardcover published in 2007), 0312426712 (Paperback published in 2007), 0141031689 (Paper.Susan Sontag, American intellectual and writer best known for her essays on modern culture. Sontag (who adopted her stepfather’s name) was reared in Tucson, Arizona, and in Los Angeles. She attended the University of California at Berkeley for one year and then transferred to the University of.
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Susan Sontag The third essay in the collection, Melancholy Objects, carries on the same path as the previous chapter of presenting the photographers as historians and anthropologists, as well as artists, looking for something to move them, to capture their attention and make them want to “memorialise” it.Read More
The American intellectual Susan Sontag died two and a half years ago, but with the publication of this collection of essays and speeches, At the Same Time, which is introduced by her son, David Rieff, she is beginning a posthumous career. Rieff plans to bring out further collections of her letters, diaries, and unpublished writings.Read More
At the Same Time contains sixteen illuminating essays by Susan Sontag.With a preface by David Rieff.The sixteen essays gathered here represent the last pieces written by Susan Sontag in the years before her ddath in 2004.Read More
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Susan Sontag was an incandescent presence in American culture, whether as essayist, fiction writer, filmmaker, or political activist. As a critic, she became the most provocative and influential voice of her time. More than a commentator on her era, she helped shape it.Read More
Against Interpretation, Susan Sontag’s second book, was published in 1966, but some of the essays date back to 1961, when she was still writing for The Benefactor.Sontag had come to New York in the early 60’s, eager to become the writer she so longed to become. Her ideas at the time of a writer was someone interested in “everything.”.Read More
Sontag’s later essay collections and biographical profiles, collected in Under the Sign of Saturn, Where the Stress Falls, and At The Same Time: Essays and Speeches, also receive a fresh assessment, as does her later work in short fiction, the novel, and drama, with a chapter discussing I, etcetera; two historical novels, The Volcano Lover and In America; and her plays, A Parsifal, Alice in.Read More
Chloe Chrysikopoulos Holocaust Professor Gillerman November 20, 2014 Susan Sontag states, “The likelihood that your acts of resistance cannot stop the injustice does not exempt you from acting in what you sincerely and reflectively hold to be the best interests of your community.” (Sontag At the Same Time: Essays and Speeches) This quote, while not written to reflect the resistance of the.Read More
Analysis Of Susan Sontag 's ' The Cave ' 2336 Words 10 Pages Pictures often resemble events and allow us to look back at them but at the same time they can violate the scene they are capturing. The generally accepted birth year of photography is 1839, where it was introduced commercially.Read More