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Benjamins Ghosts: Interventions in Contemporary Literary and

Cultural Theory (2002)Gerhard Richter

1999 The Arcades Project

1996 Walter Benjamin: Selected Writings


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IlluminationsTheodor W.
AdornoGershom Scholem

1981 Terry Eagleton Walter Benjamin, or,


Towards a Revolutionary Criticism


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original
Henry Sussman
Thing

uncanny simulacrum

[aura]

allegorynon-being

posthumous shock


allegory?

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Fredric Jameson 160-61

something else
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Terry Eagleton

translatability

dialectical image

1992 Diacritics
Commemorating Walter Benjamin1996
Walter Benjamin and the Demands of History2002
Benjamins Ghosts

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alterity

1981 Walter Benjamin: or


Towards a Revolutionary Criticism

Preface1?
Jacques Derrida

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political unconscious

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Preface
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aura
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HardyJonathan SwiftT. S. Eliot

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162

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itselfBenjamin, Origin 164

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language?
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The Task of the


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Homi K. BhabhaThe Location of Culture (London:


Routledge, 1994): 36-39

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Task 253

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On Language as Such and on the Language of Man1916

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On the Mimetic Faculty1933

Benjamin, Faculty 721-22

18-19

alterity
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foreignness of languages
Benjamin,
Task 257

Gasch 89-96
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Enlightenment The Concept of Enlightenment (3-42)

mimesis? 7

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Steinberg, Introduction 4
Of GrammatologyWriting and Difference
Dissemination 197619781981
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the Demands of History
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the world
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11

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Sussman
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simulacrum
169-70

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[Siegfried Kracauer]
11

Tejaswini Niranjana, Politics and Poetics: De Man, Benjamin,


and the Task of the Translator, Siting Translation: History, Post-structuralism, and the Colonial
Context, Tejaswini Niranjana (Berkeley: U of California P): 110-40.

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Hansen 179

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involuntary memory

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