Marina G. Ogden, Lev Shestov’s Angel of Death: Memory, Trauma and Rebirth. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2021. 270 pp. + xix. Softcover: ISBN 9781800791121, US $67.95, eBook ISBN 9781800791145, US $67.95 [Book Review]

Studies in East European Thought 74 (1):141-143 (2022)

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