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By Guy Debord

C'est en 1979 que man Debord décide, une première fois, de quitter un Paris qui à ses yeux avait, depuis longtemps déjà, tout perdu de son charme.

Si le siège de l'état-major s'est déplacé, l'état de guerre, pour lui, reste everlasting : depuis los angeles scenario en Italie, dont il donne une examine lucide dans sa Préface à los angeles quatrième édition italienne de «La Société du spectacle», jusqu'à celle de l'Espagne de l'après-franquisme, qui le conduit à mener campagne en faveur des «autono­mes» emprisonnés à Ségovie, le tout entrecoupé de «jours tranquilles» passés ici ou là, durant lesquels conseils, traductions et courses se succèdent. Le five mars 1984, le mystérieux assassinat de son ami éditeur le pousse dans un nouveau kind de wrestle, cette fois contre une presse particulièrement déchaînée et hostile.

De ces années pleines de bruit et de fureur en tout style, beaucoup de choses vont être retenues et analysées qui alimen­teront les prochains Commentaires sur l. a. société du spectacle.

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Everything had gone wrong, now we had to try this. ” He corrected her vigorously. “We do not have to,” the right thing was truly and freely voted for. I shall not forgive him that. He is a poor swine and afraid for his post. So he runs with the pack. But why to me? Caution in the shape of utterly consistent hypocrisy? Or can he simply not think clearly? Probably—Eva’s view—the latter. We have been mistaken in Thieme’s intellect. He has a partial mathematical gift. Otherwise he is absolutely at the mercy of every influence, every advertisement, everything successful.

Instead, he hoped to become a writer. This episode proved to be an interlude, both because the attraction of scholarship proved too strong, and because Klemperer did not have sufficient confidence in achieving recognition as an author. That recognition has now come posthumously both for the 1933–1945 diaries, the subsequently published 1918–1932 journals and for his marvelous autobiography, Curriculum Vitae, which covers the years until 1918. With these works Victor Klemperer has after all become a part not only of German but also of European and world literature.

He could move, talked, made a good impression (lying down). But he’s marked nevertheless. Death all about me. Young Frau Kühn has had a serious heart attack, sixty-year-old Breit has a very weak heart. I am gripped by the thought of death and it never leaves me now even for an hour. On the afternoon of February 4 we visited Kube, the harp maker, husband of the beautiful Maria, in his tiny workshop. Using the most primitive means and after months of labor, he has built a whole concert harp and he showed us every detail of this extraordinary work of art.

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