Monthly Archives: April 2015

Unclassifiable

Robert Tally, Jr. reviews Cartographies over at the Marx & Philosophy Review of Books.

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How better to betray the bourgeoisie

In memory of François Maspero, along with Feltrinelli the crucial publisher of the postwar European left, an excellent portrait from his friend Chris Marker. (The title is a paraphrase of the last moments of the film, where Maspero recalls the inspiration … Continue reading

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Chasing the system

Cartographies reviewed by Alex Fletcher at Review 31.

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A green and deeply unpleasant land

Friday’s Guardian very rich and generously referenced piece on the troubled taproots of recent turns to the leitmotiv of landscape by Robert Macfarlane, a very useful accompaniment to a recent viewing of A Field in England: Digging down to reveal the hidden … Continue reading

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