This is the first book length study of one of Romania's greatest poets. Benjamin Fondane was a close friend of Lev Cheslov, a profound critic of contemporary European thought, and a thoughtful critic of the role of the Jew in Western civilization. In Fondane's work we confront the moral fiber of our age.
About the Author
The Author: William Kluback is a world recognized scholar of the works of Paul Valéry who has just completed volume four of his Valéry Studies. His work is devoted to the literature and philosphy of exile. He has published fourteen books from which emerge a philosophy of civilization.