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Apocalypse Postponed by Umberto Eco
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Apocalypse Postponed (1965)

by Umberto Eco

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Dissapointing,too involved with Italian culture. Some good stuff. ( )
  ragwaine | Dec 15, 2006 |
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Billed as the definitive portrait of Western culture on the brink of self-destruction, this book provides the perfect attack on and apology for mass culture. Eco exposes mass culture as both mankind's nemesis and its salvation.

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