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The Enchantment of Modern Life:
Attachments, Crossings, and Ethics
Jane Bennett

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"The Enchantment of Modern Life has something very rare in an academic work: a mission. Even rarer, its sense of mission comes at no one's expense. The project is at once scholarly and ethical, seamlessly, integrally. This is not just another treatment of modernity. It is an exemplar, offering a gentle cure--a modernity of wonder--to the critical-cynical detachment that has been the hallmark of the humanities theorist for too long."--Brian Massumi, State University of New York at Albany

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