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Kleist: How Kant ruined my life

Ian Brunskill reviews Selected Prose of Heinrich von Kleist, in a new translation by Peter Wortsman. Kleist was widely-traveled, energetic, a brilliant writer — and a suicide at age 34. Why? Brunskill writes: “Kleist in his youth had espoused with … Continue reading

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