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Después de Contra los angeles interpretación (1968) y Estilos radicales (1969), en Bajo el signo de Saturno (1980) se encuentran reunidos una serie de ensayos magníficos los dedicados a Antonin Artaud y a Leni Riefensthal cuyo hilo conductor es los angeles discusión sobre las frágiles relaciones entre ethical y estética. Defensora de l. a. independencia del arte respecto a las principles de sus creadores «una obra de arte es una cosa en el mundo, no un texto o comentario sobre el mundo», en esta ocasión Susan Sontag habla sobre algunos de los artistas y pensadores más influyentes de nuestra period. «Esteta enamorada y moralista obsesiva, tal y como se describía a sí misma, Sontag, más que muchos otros escritores de su generación, consideraba l. a. tarea cotidiana de pensar y sentir como aspectos dialéticos mutuos. Al depurar esa sensibilidad mientras se ocupaba de los temas más controvertidos de su época, Sontag ha creado un corpus de un mérito ejemplar.» The Boston Globe
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