Disjecta: This week's links

Your guide to this week's best cultural links
New deluxe edition of David Bowie's Station to Station


Gabriel Josipovici: Why modernism matters
Gabriel Josipovici: Stephen Mitchelmore on England, modernism and Josipovici
Gabriel Josipovici: Tom McCarthy reviews Josipovici's new book on modernism
Sylvia Plath: Fans of the poet call for a more appropriate memorial
Will Self: Forthcoming semi-fictional memoir, Walking to Hollywood
Joseph Conrad: Heart of Darkness adapted as a graphic novel
Philip Roth: If you're new to the author, Wyatt Mason offers a good place to start
Samuel Beckett: Special issue of the Journal of Beckett Studies dedicated to Beckett and Germany

Philosophy & Critical Theory:

Albert Camus: Forgotten bookmarks: a letter from Albert Camus


David Bowie: Deluxe reissue of David Bowie's Station to Station
Brian Eno: Apollo, performed at the Southbank Centre by Icebreaker and BJ Cole
Sonny Rollins: Saxophone Colossus, a portrait

Art, Design & Photography:

Ten typefaces of the decade
Samuel Beckett: Wartime poster adapted to a line from Beckett's The Unnamable

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