Review: Ann Kjellberg on Susan Sontag, Part I

The work that first brought critic Susan Sontag attention, and teed her up to join the unenviable (in the end) circle of those “famous for being famous,” were essays she wrote in her twenties for the small magazine Partisan Review, a place that perhaps tops the list of upstart American journals punching above their weight in influence. The PR talent poo…

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