London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE, 2001.
160 pages ; 24 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Machine generated contents note: Acknowledgements Introduction Gary Genosko Part I. Young Baudrillard The Novels of Italo Calvino Review of William Styron's Set This House on Fire Germany: Is it a New World? Review of Uwe Johnson's The Border: Toward the Seventh Spring of the German Democratic Republic Part II. Critique of Mass-Mediated Life Review of Marshall McLuhan's Understanding Media Technique as Social Practice Review of Henri Lefebvre's Taking a Position: Against the Technocrats Ephemeral and Durable Dialectical Utopia Utopia: The Smile of the Cheshire Cat Police and Play Mass (Sociology of) Part III. The Poetry of Theory Stucco Angel Part IV. Political Bankruptcy on the Left and Right The Divine Left Dropping Out of History: Interview with Sylvere Lotringer Our Theatre of Cruelty Part V. Ironic Aesthetic Disorders Barbara Kruger Olivier Mosset: The Object that is None Enrico Baj, or Monstrosity Laid Bare by Paint Itself The Transparency of Kitsch: A Conversation with Enrico Baj Index.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.