Walter Benjamin: Selected Writings

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Cover: Walter Benjamin: Selected Writings, 1: 1913–1926Walter Benjamin: Selected Writings, 1: 1913–1926Benjamin, Walter
Bullock, Marcus
Jennings, Michael W.
PAPERBACK05/30/2004$33.00
Cover: Walter Benjamin: Selected Writings, 3: 1935–1938Walter Benjamin: Selected Writings, 3: 1935–1938Benjamin, Walter
Eiland, Howard
Jennings, Michael W.
PAPERBACK04/30/2006$29.50
Cover: Walter Benjamin: Selected Writings, 4: 1938–1940Walter Benjamin: Selected Writings, 4: 1938–1940Benjamin, Walter
Eiland, Howard
Jennings, Michael W.
PAPERBACK10/31/2006$31.00
Cover: Walter Benjamin: Selected Writings, Volume 2: Part 1: 1927–1930Walter Benjamin: Selected Writings, Volume 2: Part 1: 1927–1930Benjamin, Walter
Jennings, Michael W.
Eiland, Howard
Smith, Gary
PAPERBACK06/15/2005$30.50
Cover: Walter Benjamin: Selected Writings, Volume 2: Part 2: 1931–1934Walter Benjamin: Selected Writings, Volume 2: Part 2: 1931–1934Benjamin, Walter
Jennings, Michael W.
Eiland, Howard
Smith, Gary
PAPERBACK06/15/2005$31.00
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