The New York Times
25 June 18 12:32
Hannah Arendt and Walter Benjamin Don't Talk. They Sing.
Critic's Notebook HAMBURG, Germany - Opera and philosophy make strange bedfellows. The larger-than-life theatricality and emotionalism of Puccini and Verdi don't exactly lend themselves to clarifying complex, precise ideas. Yet by coincidence, not one but
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