Sonnets - Walter Benjamin
Walter Benjamin's sonnets written to mourn his friend Fritz Heinle constitute an important though little-known part of the German-Jewish philosopher's literary achievement and a unique contribution to the history of the German sonnet. Benjamin would add to their number over a decade, having begun his project soon after the outbreak of World War I and the suicide of his friend.
Translated by Carl Skoggard
Softcover, 395pp, 120 x 161mm
Published by Publication Studio Hudson