Argues that art cannot redeem life and that the assumption that it can demeans both, and discusses a variety of modern literature
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Leo Bersani is the Class of 1950 Professor of French at the University of California, Berkeley.Review:
In a world where literary criticism is subject to the grossest forms of overproduction and where critical books that matter, and have something of general importance to say to our culture, are extremely rare, Bersani's will stand out as one of the half dozen or so by which its decade will be remembered. (Malcolm Bowie, University of London)
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