Against Interpretation
  • Against Interpretation


    Susan Sontag.


     London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1967. Octavo. Brown boards with gilt lettering along the spine. Ends of the spine mildly bumped, bottom edges of the boards lightly rubbed. Top edge of the text block shows light foxing. There is a question mark written in pen on page 18. Unclipped jacket shows minor rubbing and edge wear and has been reinforced with white tape at four spots on the inside of the jacket (not visible from the exterior). First British edition inscribed by Sontag on the verso of the first free end paper. Very good.


    "Interpretation is the revenge of the intellect upon art."