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All that is Solid Melts Into Air

By Marshall Berman
  • ISBN Code: : 0860917851
  • Publisher : Verso
  • Pages : 383
  • Category : Civilization, Modern
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The experience of modernization -- the dizzying social changes that swept millions of people into the capitalist world -- and modernism in art, literature and architecture are brilliantly integrated in this account.

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