Walter Benjamin has written relatively early, insightful studies of popular culture. This work includes that, but is mainly a demonstration of exploring one's own memories, particularly to find signs of what was coming, the future to which those events led. The details are sometimes warm and cozy, at other times eerie and a little surreal. It is then a collection of little pieces of writing, not all of which might please you, but if you are interested in exploring memory, you will find something there. For example, I especially liked "Butterfly Hunt" and "The Moon". Many of the pieces are poetic and eloquent.
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