Table of contents for The work of art in the age of its technological reproducibility, and other writings on media / Walter Benjamin ; edited by Michael W. Jennings, Brigid Doherty, and Thomas Y. Levin ; translated by Edmund Jephcott ... [et al.].

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A Note on the Texts
Editors' Introduction
I. The Production, Reproduction, and Reception of the Work of Art
1. The Work of Art in the Age of Its Technological 
Reproducibility: Second Version
2. Theory of Distraction
3. To the Planetarium
4. Garlanded Entrance
5. The Rigorous Study of Art
6. Imperial Panorama
7. The Telephone
8. The Author as Producer
9. Paris, the Capital of the Nineteenth Century
10. Eduard Fuchs, Collector and Historian
11. Review of Sternberger's Panorama
II. Script, Image, Script-Image
12. Attested Auditor of Books
13. This Space for Rent
14. The Antinomies of Allegorical Exegesis
15. The Ruin
16. Dismemberment of Language
17. Graphology Old and New
III. Painting and Graphics
18. Painting and the Graphic Arts
19. On Painting, or Sign and Mark
20. A Glimpse into the World of Children's Books
21. Dream Kitsch
22. Moonlit Nights on the Rue La Boetie
23. Chambermaids' Romances of the Past Century
24. Antoine Wiertz: Thoughts and Visions of a Severed Head
25. Some Remarks on Folk Art
26. Chinese Paintings at the Bibliotheque Nationale
IV. Photography
27. News about Flowers
28. Little History of Photography
29. Letter from Paris (2): Painting and Photography
30. Review of Freund's Photographie en France au dix-neuvieme 
V. Film
31. On the Present Situation of Russian Film
32. Reply to Oscar A. H. Schmitz
33. Chaplin
34. Chaplin in Retrospect
35. Mickey Mouse
36. The Formula in Which the Dialectical Structure of Film Finds 
VI. The Publishing Industry and Radio
37. Journalism
38. A Critique of the Publishing Industry
39. The Newspaper
40. Karl Kraus
41. Reflections on Radio
42. Theater and Radio
43. Conversation with Ernst Schoen
44. Two Types of Popularity: Fundamental Reflections on a Radio 
45. On the Minute
Paul Klee, Abstract Watercolor
Max Ernst, frontispiece to Paul Eluard, Repetitions
Walter Benjamin, "A Glimpse into the World of Children's Books," 
page from Die literarische Welt
Walter Benjamin, "Chambermaids' Romances of the Past Century," 
page from Das illustrierte Blatt
Antoine Joseph Wiertz, Thoughts and Visions of a Severed Head
Wang Yuanqi, Landscape in the Styles of Ni Zan and Huang Gongwang
Illustration from Aesop's Fables, second edition
Moral sayings from the book by Jesus Sirach
Illustration from Johann Peter Lyser, The Book of Tales for 
Daughters and Sons of the Educated Classes
Cover of The Magical Red Umbrella
Illustration from Adelmar von Perlstein
Illustration depicting the Princess of Vengeance
Illustration from O. G. Derwicz, Antonetta Czerna
Illustration depicting the notorious Black Knight
David Octavius Hill, Newhaven Fishwife (photo)
Karl Dauthendey, Karl Dauthendey with His Fiancee (photo)
Anonymous, The Philosopher Schelling (photo)
David Octavius Hill, Robert Bryson (photo)
August Sander, Pastry Cook (photo)
August Sander, Parliamentary Representative (photo)
Germaine Krull, Display Window (photo)
Germaine Krull, Storefront (photo)

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Art and society.
Photography of art.
Mass media -- Philosophy.
Arts, Modern -- 20th century -- Philosophy.
Benjamin, Walter, 1892-1940 -- Knowledge -- Mass media.
Benjamin, Walter, 1892-1940 -- Translations into English.