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This cabaret has windows opening upon the Place, a place of exit into the court, which must abut upon the gardens of my friend by a door of communication.
It is precisely at the point where the breezy and reassuring recollections of childhood abut upon textual objects both alluring in their physicality and allegorical in their implications for poetic invention and critical mindfulness that A Berlin Childhood around 1900 joins the multiple other registers of the discourse that Benjamin synthesized over time as a composite primer in the activities and perspectives involved in engaged and self-aware cultural critique.