Traité de savoir-vivre à l’usage des jeunes générations [essai] par Raoul Vaneigem (Fr.)

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Paris. Éditions Gallimard. 1971 (1967). Softcover in protective plastic. Book Condition: Near Fine, slight tanning to interior pages and imperfections to cover from use and shelf wear over time. 287pp.

Vaniegem’s 1967 essay on the hazards to individuality imposed by modern life confronts our ambivalence towards the subjugation we endure to participate, communicate, and be identified in “everyday life.” His issues with city life–isolation, miscommunication, interpellation–remain barriers to contemporary questions of identity, visibility, and the viability of individuals living not as objects of others, but for and towards a future potential Vaneigem located in the self.

[English title: “The Revolution of Everyday Life (Treatise on Good Manners for the Younger Generations)”]
Text in French.