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Against Interpretation and Other Essays is a collection of essays by Susan Sontag which was published in 1966. It includes some of Sontag's best-known works, including "On Style", "Notes on 'Camp'", and the title essay "Against Interpretation". The latter famously finished with the words, "in place of a hermeneutics we need an erotics of art".
The 1990 edition of the collection is available from Anchor Books (ISBN 0312280866).
- Against interpretation
- On style
- The artist as exemplary sufferer
- Simone Weil
- Camus' Notebooks
- Michel Leiris ' Manhood
- The anthropologist as hero
- The literary criticism of Georg Lukacs
- Sartre's Saint Genet
- Nathalie Sarraute and the novel
- Reflections on The Deputy
- The death of tragedy,
- Going to theater, etc.
- Marat / Sade / Artaud
- Spiritual style in the films of Robert Bresson
- Godard's Vivre Sa Vie
- The imagination of disaster
- Jack Smith's Flaming Creatures
- Resnais' Muriel
- A note on novels and films
- Piety without content
- Psychoanalysis and Norman O. Brown's Life Against Death
- Happenings: an art of radical juxtaposition
- Notes on "Camp"
- One culture and the new sensibility
- Afterword: Thirty Years Later
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