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There was a European flavour in London last week. Introducing Jean Baudrillard at a packed Bartlett School of Archicture lecture, academic Colin Fournier reeled off a list of the philosopher's publications at speed, but was compelled to recommend the more pointed Beginner's Guide to Baudrillard when his assurance that the audience had all read Baudrillard's works was interrupted by a wave of laughter. He offered an endorsement from the great man: 'Baudrillard himself says that when he is not quite sure what he is going on about, he consults this book.'

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