Stuart Jeffries, Grand Hotel Abyss: The Lives of the Frankfurt School
So, it's superficial and incredibly repetitive. The same quotes re-appear within a few pages, and the first chapter is devoted to telling us twenty or thirty times that the Frankfurt School thinkers rejected their fathers' bourgeois values.
But you know what really makes me want to throw the book out of the window?
Throughout a chapter devoted to it, and elsewhere where it's cited in the book, the Brecht and Weill opera Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny is rendered Mahoganny [sic]. Page after page. EXCEPT