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  • Benjamin, Walter,

Benjamin, Walter, 1892-1940 (Personal Name)

Preferred form: Benjamin, Walter, 1892-1940
Used for/see from:
  • Holz, Detlef, 1892-1940
  • Benjamin, W. (Walter), 1892-1940
  • Banyaming, 1892-1940
  • Benʼyamin, Varutā, 1892-1940
  • Peñcamin̲, Vālṭṭar, 1892-1940
  • Binyamin, Ṿalṭer, 1892-1940
  • בנימין, ולטר
  • בנימין, ולטר, 1892־1940
  • בנימין, ולטר 1892־1940־־הרצאות, מאמרים, שיחות
  • ולטר, בנימין, 1892-1940
  • Penyamin, Palt'ŏ, 1892-1940
  • 벤야민 발터, 1892-1940

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His Ursprung des deutschen trauerspiels, 1928.

Wobec faszyzmu, 1987: t.p. (Walter Benjamin) cover (W. Benjamin)

Pan-ya-ming, 1998: t.p. (Pan-ya-ming; Walter Benjamin)

Pasāju-ron, 2003- : v. 1, t.p. (Varutā Benʼyamin [in kana]) t.p. verso (Walter Benjamin [in rom.])

Vālṭṭar Peñcamin̲ : nilaimar̲ukkum vāl̲vu, 2004: p. 4 of cover (Vālṭṭar Pen̲ṭiks Ṣōn̲ K̲apḷais Peñcamin̲; b. Jul. 15, 1892, Berlin; Ph.D. (Lit.), 1919; worked as journalist & reporter; d. Sept. 26, 1940)

Hayoh hayah paʻam, 2006: t.p. (Ṿalṭer Binyamin)

Wikipedia, viewed November 7, 2013 (Walter Benjamin; Walter Bendix Schönflies Benjamin (15 July 1892 - 26 September 1940) was a German literary critic, philosopher, social critic, translator, radio broadcaster and essayist; born Berlin, German Empire; died Portbou, Catalonia, Spain)

New Yorker, 18 September 2017 page 24 (In an article entitled, "How civilization started" by John Lanchester: Walter Benjamin, the great German Jewish cultural critic, who committed suicide while trying to escape Nazi-controlled Europe, said that "there is no document of civilization which is not at the same time a document of barbarism.")

The weekly standard website, 19 December 2017: from the June 11, 2001 issue (The Mysterious Death of Walter Benjamin)

Palt'ŏ Penyamin kwa Han'guk munhak, 2019: t.p. (Walter Benjamin; 발터 벤야민, Palt'ŏ Penyamin)

The microscripts, 2012: CIP t.p. (Walter Benjamin)