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|Named Person:||Régis Debray; Régis Debray; Régis Debray|
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|Notes:||"An anti-voyages book"--Cover.|
|Description:||xiv, 114 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||Against Venice --
Cicero in Venice: an Itinerary for Two Voices / Philip Wohlstetter --
A Debray Bibliography.
|Other Titles:||Contre Venise.|
|Responsibility:||Regis Debray ; translated and with an essay and notes by Philip Wohlstetter.|
Kill this "inner Venice," he urges, or it will surely kill you." "In "Cicero in Venice," an extended essay that follows the text, translator Philip Wohlstetter tracks Debray's itinerary from guerrillas to gondolas, from a Bolivian jail cell to the inner circles of the Mitterand government, situating Against Venice within a unique body of work that includes novels, political essays, and "mediological" theory, and celebrating a life of exemplary provocations."--Jacket.