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From the Publisher"Although Adorno died in 1969, we have had to wait more than thirty years for a biography ... Stefan Müller-Doohm’s is the most detailed and probably the best. (It has been exceptionally well translated, too.)"
Times Literary Supplement
"Stands as a very informative account of Adorno’s life, which has much to offer casual readers of Adorno and those with a thorough interest in his work [and] ties a narrative description of Adorno’s life to a sensitive understanding of his thought, and of the consistency of his reflection across the different disciplinary boundaries that it traversed ... This book does all the things a biography should."
Times Higher Education Supplement
"Exhaustively researched and presented with exemplary balance, Müller-Doohm’s re-creation of Adorno’s 'damaged life' is fully worthy of its demanding subject. No future student of one of the twentieth century’s most influential thinkers will be able to ignore this remarkable achievement in intellectual biography."
Martin Jay, University of California, Berkeley