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Lukacs and Brecht

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David Pike traces the evolution of interrelated political and literary theoretical currents in the Soviet Union from the early 1930s to the late 1940s and places the writings of Georg Lukacs and Bertolt Brecht within that context. Lukacs' ideas are examined in order to define the derivative nature of his political stance and to ascertain its influence upon the formation of ...more
Hardcover, 360 pages
Published June 14th 1985 by University of North Carolina Press (first published 1985)
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Thomas A Wiebe

Found in the bibliography of Applebaum's Iron Curtain. David is an old friend from my youth, so I am curious to read deeper than I ordinarily would on this subject.

Source: Wiebe Library.
Jul 31, 2007 علی rated it liked it
Shelves: essays, theories
This blongs to those years when we believed that Brecht is the best dramatist and Lucacs is the best literary theorisian. I feel kind of nostalgic about the time ... some of Lucacs' theories still work, specially about novel ..., I think so ..
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