- Susan,1933–2004, U.S. critic, novelist, and essayist.
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Examples from the Web for sontag
After steeping in this environment for a year, Sontag became the high priestess of French avant-garde culture.
By the time Sontag made it to Paris in 1957, the intellectual energy in Paris was already legendary.
But, as Sontag asked rhetorically, “Was Camus a thinker of importance?”Still Cool Camus
January 2, 2010
Then he asked Gottdank, the rgisseur; How did little Sontag get on?The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume III (of 3)
Alexander Wheelock Thayer
He was going to send it, together with Sontag's portrait, to the exhibition at Paris.George Eliot's Life, Vol. I (of 3)
Sontag, the astronomer of Dr. Hay's Expedition, thus lost his life.My Attainment of the Pole
Frederick A. Cook
Hayes waited week after week, but no news came from either Sontag or Hans.
For this journey Sontag volunteered, and with him went Hans as dog-driver.
- Susan. 1933–2004, US intellectual and essayist, noted esp for her writings on modern culture. Her works include `Notes on Camp' (1964), `Against Interpretation' (1968), On Photography (1977), Illness as Metaphor (1978), and the novel The Volcano Lover (1992)
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