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Review: Art And Politics In The Weimar Period: The New Sobriety 1917-1933User Review - Moira Downey - Goodreads
Phew! After a busy September, I finally managed to get this thing finished, in tiny bits and bites (it's not even that long!). It's exhaustive, and a little bit exhausting. Nicely lays out the ... Read full review
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