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Modernism : an anthology of sources and documents, edited by Vassiliki Kolocotroni, Jane Goldman, and Olga Taxidou

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Modernism : an anthology of sources and documents
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Modernism
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an anthology of sources and documents
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edited by Vassiliki Kolocotroni, Jane Goldman, and Olga Taxidou
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  • Kolocotroni, Vassiliki
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  • From letter to Ruge, September 1843 / Karl Marx -- From The communist manifesto 1848 / Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels -- From 'Art and revolution' 1849 / Richard Wilhelm Wagner -- From The origin of species by means of natural selection 1859 / Charles Darwin -- From Mother right 1861 / Johann Jakob Bachofen -- From preface to Human, all too human 1878 / Friedrich Nietzsche -- From Degeneration 1883 / Max Nordau -- From 'Useful work versus useless toil' 1884 / William Morris -- From The secret doctrine 1888 / H.P.B. (Helena Petrova Blavatsky) -- From The golden bough 1890-1915 / J.G. Frazer -- From The crowd: a study of the popular mind 1895 / Gustave Le Bon -- From The theory of the leisure class 1899 / Thorstein Veblen -- From The education of Henry Adams 1907 / Henry Adams -- From The interpretation of dreams 1900 / Sigmund Freud -- From 'The metropolis and mental life; 1903 / Georg Simmel -- From Woman under socialism 1904 / August Bebel -- From The souls of black folk 1903 / W.E.B. Du Bois -- From Creative evolution 1907 / Henri Bergson -- From Abstraction and empathy 1908 / Wilhelm Worringer -- From 'Ornament and crime' 1908 / Adolf Loos -- 'The good conduct medal' 1909 / Karl Kraus -- From 'Women's suffrage' 1911 / Millicent Garret Fawcett -- From The Freud journal of Lou Andreas-Salome 1912, 1913 / Lou Andreas-Salome -- From The decline of the west 1918-22 / Oswald Spengler
  • From review of Nathaniel Hawthorne's Twice-told tales 1842 / Edgar Allan Poe --From preface to Leaves of grass 1955 / Walt Whitman -- From letter to Mlle Leroyer de Chantepie, 18 March 1857 / Gustave Flaubert -- From 'On the modern element in literature' 1857 / Matthew Arnold -- From 'The painter of modern life' 1959-60 / Charles Baudelaire -- From letter to Paul Demeny, 15 May 1871 / Arthur Rimbaud -- From Lectures on art 1870 ; From Arartra Pentelici 1872 / John Ruskin -- From conclusion to The renaissance (1873) 1893 / Walter Pater -- From preface to Miss Julie 1888 / August Stringberg -- Preface to The picture of Dorian Gray 1890 / Oscar Wilde -- 'The science of fiction' 1891 / Thomas Hardy -- From 'Crisis in poetry' 1886-95 / Stephane Mallarme -- From 'Introduction to the method of Leonardo da Vinci' 1895 / Paul Valery -- 'Prelimary address at the first performance of Ubu Roi, 10 December 1896' / Alfred Jarry -- From preface to The nigger of the 'narcissus' 1897 / Joseph Conrad -- From The symbolist movement in literature 1899 / Arthur Symons -- From 'The symbolism of poetry' 1900 / W.B. Yeats -- From 'Days of reading: I' 1905 / Marcel Proust -- From 'Henrik Ibsen: philosopher or poet' 1905 / William Archer -- From 'The art of fiction' 1894 ; From preface to The Princess Casamassima 1906 / Henry James -- From 'The actor and the Uber-marionette' 1907 / Edward Gordon Craig -- From My life 1927 / Isadora Duncan -- From The sanity of art 1908 / George Bernard Shaw
  • From Realist manifesto 1855 / Gustave Courbet -- From 'Naturalism on the stage' 1880 / Emile Zola -- 'The post-impressionists' 1910 / Desmond MacCarthy -- From 'Romaniticism and classicism' 1911 / T.E. Hulme -- From The man-made world or our androcentric culture 1911 / Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- 'The French group' 1912 / Roger Fry -- 'The English group' 1912 / Clive Bell -- 'Light' 1912 ; 'Notes on the construction of the reality of pure painting' 1912 / Robert Delaunay -- 'The musician's day' 1913 ; 'Some notes on modern music' 1919 / Erik Satie -- From 'The cubist room ' 1914 / Wyndham Lewis -- From 'In these great times' 1914 / Karl Kraus -- From 'Zurich 1916, as it really was' 1928 / Richard Huelsenbeck -- 'Art and the war: concerning an allied exhibition' 1916 ; Programme for Parade, 18 May 1917 / Guillaume Apollinaire -- 'Marinetti the revolutionary' 1916 ; 'Theatre and cinema' 1921 / Antonio Gramsci -- From 'Art as technique' 1917 / Victor Shklovsky -- From Ten days that shook the world 1919 / John Reed -- 'A member of the audience: storming the Winter Palace' 1920 -- From The theory of the novel 1920 / Georg Lukacs -- From Literature and revolution 1923 / LeonTrotsky -- From 'Make way for the winged Eros' 1923 / Alexandra Kollontai -- From 'A Kino-eyed discussion' 1924 / Dziga Vertov -- 'Suburbs' 1923 / Luis Bunuel -- From 'The reconstruction of the theatre' 1929 / Vsevolod Meyerhold -- From 'Basic principles of sociological drama' 1929 / Erwin Piscator
  • Futurism. 'The founding and manifesto of futurism 1909' ; 'The variety theatre; 1913 / Filippo Tommaso Marinetti -- 'Why we paint ourselves: a futurist manifesto' 1913 / Ilya Zdanevich and Mikhail Larionov -- 'Feiminist manifesto' 1914 / Mina Loy -- Cubism. From The cubist painter 1913 / Guillaume Apollinaire -- Imagism. Preface to Some imagist poets 1915 -- Expressionism. From 'The problem of form' 1912 / Wassily Kandinsky -- Dada. From 'Dada manifesto, 1918' ; 'Note on art' 1917 ; 'Note on Negro art' 1917 / Tristan Tzara -- From Merz 1921 ; From 'Consistent poetry' 1924 ; 'To all the theatres of the world' 1926 / Kurt Schwitters -- From 'Art is in danger' 1925 / George Grosz with Wieland Hezfelde -- Vorticism. From Blast 1914 -- Eccentricism. The eccentric manifesto 1922 -- Constructivism. From Constructivism 1922 / Aleksei Gan -- 'Constructivism and the proletariat' 1922 / Laszlo Moholy-Nagy -- Bauhaus. 'Manifesto of the Bauhaus, April 1919' / Walter Gropius -- From 'Economic living' 1924 / Annelise Fleischmann -- 'The new typography; 1923 / Laszlo Moholy-Nagy -- Diary extract 1927 / Oscar Schlemmer -- Manifesto issued by the Syndicate of technical workers, painters and sculptors, Mexico City, 1922 -- LEF manifesto 1923 -- Surrealism. From The first manifesto of surrealism 1924 / Andre Breton -- Transition. 'Suggestions for a new magic' 1927 ; 'Proclamation' 1929 / Eugene Jolas -- Anarchism. From The ABC of anarchism 1929 / Alexander Berkman
  • From 'England's nest of singing birds' 1915 / (Margaret) Storm Jameson -- From 'On impressionism' 1914 / Ford Madox Ford -- From 'I am.' 1915 / Dora Marsden -- From 'Notes on sensationalism' 1916 / Fernando Pessoa -- From 'Against American literature ' 1916 / John Dos Passos -- From 'Anima hominis' 1917 / W.B. Yeats -- From preface to Tendencies in modernist poetry 1917 / Amy Lowell -- From prologue to Kora in hell 1918 / William Calos Williams -- From a review of Pilgrimage 1918 / May Sinclair -- From 'What is modern?' 1918 / Edwin Muir -- From 'The poetry of C.P. Cavafy' 1919 / E.M. Forster -- From reviews for the Athenaeum 1919 ; From letters to John Middleton Murry 1919 / Katherine Mansfield -- From Diaries 1918, 1919, 1920 / Thomas Mann -- From 'Tradition and the individual talent' 1919 ; From 'Ulysses, order, and myth' 1923 / T.S. Eliot -- From 'A retrospect' 1918 ; From preface to Remy de Gourmont's The natural philosophy of love 1926 / Ezra Pound -- From 'Notes on thought and vision' 1919 / H.D. (Hilda Doolittle) -- From 'Warsaw' 1922 / Alfred Doblin -- 'Recent German poetry' 1922 / Herman Hesse -- 'The moment: summer's night' 1927 ; From 'Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown' 1924 ; From 'Modern fiction' 1919 / Virginia Woolf -- Letter to Harriet Shaw Weaver, 15 August 1925 / James Joyce -- From 'The influence of Mr. James Joyce' 1921 / Richard Aldington -- From 'Ulysses: ein monolog' 1932 / Carl Jung -- From James Joyce and the making of 'Ulysses' 1934 / Frank Budgen -- Letter to A.W. McLeod, 2 June 1914 ; From letter to Edward Garnett, 5 June 1914 ; From preface to the American edition of New poems 1929 / D.H. Lawrence -- From introduction to The new Negro 1925 / Alain Locke -- From 'The Negro artist and the racial mountain' 1926 / Langston Hughes -- From 'Composition as explanation' 1926 / Gertrude Stein -- From 'English ascendancy in British literature' 1931 / Hugh MacDiarmid -- 'New poetry since 1912' 1926 / Marianne Moore -- From Modernist poetry 1926 / Robert Graves and Laura (Riding) Jackson -- From 'Echoes of the Jazz age' 1931 / F. Scott Fitzgerald -- From Being Geniuses together 1920-1930 1938 / Robert McAlmon -- 'A litter to Mr. James Joyce' 1929 / Vladimir Dixon -- From 'Dante ... Bruno . Vico . . Joyce' 1929 ; From Proust 1931 / Samuel Beckett
  • From 'The mass ornament' 1927 / Siegfried Kracauer -- From 'The state of contemporary social philosophy and the tasks of an institute for social research' 1931 / Max Horkheimer -- From 'The modern theatre is the epic theatre' 1930 / Bertolt Brecht -- 'Theater and cruelty' 1933 / Antonin Artaud -- From 'The dissection of the psychical personality' 1933 / Sigmund Freud -- 'Some notes on violence' 1932 ; 'Some notes on Miss L.' 1933 / Nathanael West -- From The word 'woman' 1934-35 / Laura (Riding) Jackson -- Foreword to Pilgrimage 1938 / Dorothy M. Richardson -- From A hope for poetry 1934 / Cecil Day Lewis -- From The use of poetry and the use of criticism 1933 / T.S. Eliot -- From 'Prefatio aut cimicium tumulus' 1933 / Ezra Pound -- From New bearings in English poetry 1932 / F.R. Leavis -- Review of leavis et al. 1933 ; From introduction to The poet's tongue 1935 / W.H. Auden -- From introduction to The Oxford book of modern verse 1892-1935 1936 / W.B. Yeats -- From introduction to The Faber book of modern verse 1936 / Michael Roberts -- From 'The irrational element in poetry' 1936 / Wallace Stevens -- From The strange death of liberal England 1935 / George Dangerfield -- From speech at the first all-union congress of Soviet writers 1934 / Andrei Zhdanov -- From 'What is revolutionary art?' 1935 / Herbert Read -- 'All art is propanganda' 1935 / Eric Gill -- From 'The writers take sides' 1935 / Christina Stead -- 'Note', A Scots quair 1932-34 / Lewis Grassic Gibbon -- From 'Lewis Grassic Gibbon' 1935-36 / James Barke -- 'Scotland a nation' 1935-36 -- From 'Recent problems of revolutionary literature' 1935 / William Phillips and Philip Rahv -- 'The writer as technician' 1935 / John Dos Passos -- From 'Left?' 1933-34 / John Cornford -- From 'A dialectic approach to film form' 1929 / Sergei Eisensein -- From 'Documents' 1937 / Storm Jameson -- From speech inaugurating the 'Great exhibition of German art', Munich 1937 / Adolf Hitler -- From 'Surrealism: the last snapshot of the Eruopean intelligentsia' 1929 ; From 'The work of art in the age of mechanical reproduction' 1936 / Walter Benjamin -- From letter to Walter Benjamin, 18 March 1936 ; From 'On the fetish character in music and the regression of listening' 1938 / Theodor Adorno -- From 'Realism in the balance ' 1938 / Georg Lukacs -- From The principle of hope 1938-47 / Ernst Bloch -- From 'Letter from the front line in Spain' 1938 / David Alfaro Siqueiros -- 'Manifesto: towards a free revolutionary art' 1938 / Andre Breton, Leon Trotsky and Diego Rivera -- From 'Inquiry into the spirit and language of the night' 1938 / Eugene Jolas et al. -- From 'Inside the whale' 1933 / George Orwell -- From 'The leaning tower' 1940 / Virfginia Woolf -- From 'How "Bigger" was born' 1940 / Richard Wright
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Modernism : an anthology of sources and documents, edited by Vassiliki Kolocotroni, Jane Goldman, and Olga Taxidou
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  • From letter to Ruge, September 1843 / Karl Marx -- From The communist manifesto 1848 / Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels -- From 'Art and revolution' 1849 / Richard Wilhelm Wagner -- From The origin of species by means of natural selection 1859 / Charles Darwin -- From Mother right 1861 / Johann Jakob Bachofen -- From preface to Human, all too human 1878 / Friedrich Nietzsche -- From Degeneration 1883 / Max Nordau -- From 'Useful work versus useless toil' 1884 / William Morris -- From The secret doctrine 1888 / H.P.B. (Helena Petrova Blavatsky) -- From The golden bough 1890-1915 / J.G. Frazer -- From The crowd: a study of the popular mind 1895 / Gustave Le Bon -- From The theory of the leisure class 1899 / Thorstein Veblen -- From The education of Henry Adams 1907 / Henry Adams -- From The interpretation of dreams 1900 / Sigmund Freud -- From 'The metropolis and mental life; 1903 / Georg Simmel -- From Woman under socialism 1904 / August Bebel -- From The souls of black folk 1903 / W.E.B. Du Bois -- From Creative evolution 1907 / Henri Bergson -- From Abstraction and empathy 1908 / Wilhelm Worringer -- From 'Ornament and crime' 1908 / Adolf Loos -- 'The good conduct medal' 1909 / Karl Kraus -- From 'Women's suffrage' 1911 / Millicent Garret Fawcett -- From The Freud journal of Lou Andreas-Salome 1912, 1913 / Lou Andreas-Salome -- From The decline of the west 1918-22 / Oswald Spengler
  • From review of Nathaniel Hawthorne's Twice-told tales 1842 / Edgar Allan Poe --From preface to Leaves of grass 1955 / Walt Whitman -- From letter to Mlle Leroyer de Chantepie, 18 March 1857 / Gustave Flaubert -- From 'On the modern element in literature' 1857 / Matthew Arnold -- From 'The painter of modern life' 1959-60 / Charles Baudelaire -- From letter to Paul Demeny, 15 May 1871 / Arthur Rimbaud -- From Lectures on art 1870 ; From Arartra Pentelici 1872 / John Ruskin -- From conclusion to The renaissance (1873) 1893 / Walter Pater -- From preface to Miss Julie 1888 / August Stringberg -- Preface to The picture of Dorian Gray 1890 / Oscar Wilde -- 'The science of fiction' 1891 / Thomas Hardy -- From 'Crisis in poetry' 1886-95 / Stephane Mallarme -- From 'Introduction to the method of Leonardo da Vinci' 1895 / Paul Valery -- 'Prelimary address at the first performance of Ubu Roi, 10 December 1896' / Alfred Jarry -- From preface to The nigger of the 'narcissus' 1897 / Joseph Conrad -- From The symbolist movement in literature 1899 / Arthur Symons -- From 'The symbolism of poetry' 1900 / W.B. Yeats -- From 'Days of reading: I' 1905 / Marcel Proust -- From 'Henrik Ibsen: philosopher or poet' 1905 / William Archer -- From 'The art of fiction' 1894 ; From preface to The Princess Casamassima 1906 / Henry James -- From 'The actor and the Uber-marionette' 1907 / Edward Gordon Craig -- From My life 1927 / Isadora Duncan -- From The sanity of art 1908 / George Bernard Shaw
  • From Realist manifesto 1855 / Gustave Courbet -- From 'Naturalism on the stage' 1880 / Emile Zola -- 'The post-impressionists' 1910 / Desmond MacCarthy -- From 'Romaniticism and classicism' 1911 / T.E. Hulme -- From The man-made world or our androcentric culture 1911 / Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- 'The French group' 1912 / Roger Fry -- 'The English group' 1912 / Clive Bell -- 'Light' 1912 ; 'Notes on the construction of the reality of pure painting' 1912 / Robert Delaunay -- 'The musician's day' 1913 ; 'Some notes on modern music' 1919 / Erik Satie -- From 'The cubist room ' 1914 / Wyndham Lewis -- From 'In these great times' 1914 / Karl Kraus -- From 'Zurich 1916, as it really was' 1928 / Richard Huelsenbeck -- 'Art and the war: concerning an allied exhibition' 1916 ; Programme for Parade, 18 May 1917 / Guillaume Apollinaire -- 'Marinetti the revolutionary' 1916 ; 'Theatre and cinema' 1921 / Antonio Gramsci -- From 'Art as technique' 1917 / Victor Shklovsky -- From Ten days that shook the world 1919 / John Reed -- 'A member of the audience: storming the Winter Palace' 1920 -- From The theory of the novel 1920 / Georg Lukacs -- From Literature and revolution 1923 / LeonTrotsky -- From 'Make way for the winged Eros' 1923 / Alexandra Kollontai -- From 'A Kino-eyed discussion' 1924 / Dziga Vertov -- 'Suburbs' 1923 / Luis Bunuel -- From 'The reconstruction of the theatre' 1929 / Vsevolod Meyerhold -- From 'Basic principles of sociological drama' 1929 / Erwin Piscator
  • Futurism. 'The founding and manifesto of futurism 1909' ; 'The variety theatre; 1913 / Filippo Tommaso Marinetti -- 'Why we paint ourselves: a futurist manifesto' 1913 / Ilya Zdanevich and Mikhail Larionov -- 'Feiminist manifesto' 1914 / Mina Loy -- Cubism. From The cubist painter 1913 / Guillaume Apollinaire -- Imagism. Preface to Some imagist poets 1915 -- Expressionism. From 'The problem of form' 1912 / Wassily Kandinsky -- Dada. From 'Dada manifesto, 1918' ; 'Note on art' 1917 ; 'Note on Negro art' 1917 / Tristan Tzara -- From Merz 1921 ; From 'Consistent poetry' 1924 ; 'To all the theatres of the world' 1926 / Kurt Schwitters -- From 'Art is in danger' 1925 / George Grosz with Wieland Hezfelde -- Vorticism. From Blast 1914 -- Eccentricism. The eccentric manifesto 1922 -- Constructivism. From Constructivism 1922 / Aleksei Gan -- 'Constructivism and the proletariat' 1922 / Laszlo Moholy-Nagy -- Bauhaus. 'Manifesto of the Bauhaus, April 1919' / Walter Gropius -- From 'Economic living' 1924 / Annelise Fleischmann -- 'The new typography; 1923 / Laszlo Moholy-Nagy -- Diary extract 1927 / Oscar Schlemmer -- Manifesto issued by the Syndicate of technical workers, painters and sculptors, Mexico City, 1922 -- LEF manifesto 1923 -- Surrealism. From The first manifesto of surrealism 1924 / Andre Breton -- Transition. 'Suggestions for a new magic' 1927 ; 'Proclamation' 1929 / Eugene Jolas -- Anarchism. From The ABC of anarchism 1929 / Alexander Berkman
  • From 'England's nest of singing birds' 1915 / (Margaret) Storm Jameson -- From 'On impressionism' 1914 / Ford Madox Ford -- From 'I am.' 1915 / Dora Marsden -- From 'Notes on sensationalism' 1916 / Fernando Pessoa -- From 'Against American literature ' 1916 / John Dos Passos -- From 'Anima hominis' 1917 / W.B. Yeats -- From preface to Tendencies in modernist poetry 1917 / Amy Lowell -- From prologue to Kora in hell 1918 / William Calos Williams -- From a review of Pilgrimage 1918 / May Sinclair -- From 'What is modern?' 1918 / Edwin Muir -- From 'The poetry of C.P. Cavafy' 1919 / E.M. Forster -- From reviews for the Athenaeum 1919 ; From letters to John Middleton Murry 1919 / Katherine Mansfield -- From Diaries 1918, 1919, 1920 / Thomas Mann -- From 'Tradition and the individual talent' 1919 ; From 'Ulysses, order, and myth' 1923 / T.S. Eliot -- From 'A retrospect' 1918 ; From preface to Remy de Gourmont's The natural philosophy of love 1926 / Ezra Pound -- From 'Notes on thought and vision' 1919 / H.D. (Hilda Doolittle) -- From 'Warsaw' 1922 / Alfred Doblin -- 'Recent German poetry' 1922 / Herman Hesse -- 'The moment: summer's night' 1927 ; From 'Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown' 1924 ; From 'Modern fiction' 1919 / Virginia Woolf -- Letter to Harriet Shaw Weaver, 15 August 1925 / James Joyce -- From 'The influence of Mr. James Joyce' 1921 / Richard Aldington -- From 'Ulysses: ein monolog' 1932 / Carl Jung -- From James Joyce and the making of 'Ulysses' 1934 / Frank Budgen -- Letter to A.W. McLeod, 2 June 1914 ; From letter to Edward Garnett, 5 June 1914 ; From preface to the American edition of New poems 1929 / D.H. Lawrence -- From introduction to The new Negro 1925 / Alain Locke -- From 'The Negro artist and the racial mountain' 1926 / Langston Hughes -- From 'Composition as explanation' 1926 / Gertrude Stein -- From 'English ascendancy in British literature' 1931 / Hugh MacDiarmid -- 'New poetry since 1912' 1926 / Marianne Moore -- From Modernist poetry 1926 / Robert Graves and Laura (Riding) Jackson -- From 'Echoes of the Jazz age' 1931 / F. Scott Fitzgerald -- From Being Geniuses together 1920-1930 1938 / Robert McAlmon -- 'A litter to Mr. James Joyce' 1929 / Vladimir Dixon -- From 'Dante ... Bruno . Vico . . Joyce' 1929 ; From Proust 1931 / Samuel Beckett
  • From 'The mass ornament' 1927 / Siegfried Kracauer -- From 'The state of contemporary social philosophy and the tasks of an institute for social research' 1931 / Max Horkheimer -- From 'The modern theatre is the epic theatre' 1930 / Bertolt Brecht -- 'Theater and cruelty' 1933 / Antonin Artaud -- From 'The dissection of the psychical personality' 1933 / Sigmund Freud -- 'Some notes on violence' 1932 ; 'Some notes on Miss L.' 1933 / Nathanael West -- From The word 'woman' 1934-35 / Laura (Riding) Jackson -- Foreword to Pilgrimage 1938 / Dorothy M. Richardson -- From A hope for poetry 1934 / Cecil Day Lewis -- From The use of poetry and the use of criticism 1933 / T.S. Eliot -- From 'Prefatio aut cimicium tumulus' 1933 / Ezra Pound -- From New bearings in English poetry 1932 / F.R. Leavis -- Review of leavis et al. 1933 ; From introduction to The poet's tongue 1935 / W.H. Auden -- From introduction to The Oxford book of modern verse 1892-1935 1936 / W.B. Yeats -- From introduction to The Faber book of modern verse 1936 / Michael Roberts -- From 'The irrational element in poetry' 1936 / Wallace Stevens -- From The strange death of liberal England 1935 / George Dangerfield -- From speech at the first all-union congress of Soviet writers 1934 / Andrei Zhdanov -- From 'What is revolutionary art?' 1935 / Herbert Read -- 'All art is propanganda' 1935 / Eric Gill -- From 'The writers take sides' 1935 / Christina Stead -- 'Note', A Scots quair 1932-34 / Lewis Grassic Gibbon -- From 'Lewis Grassic Gibbon' 1935-36 / James Barke -- 'Scotland a nation' 1935-36 -- From 'Recent problems of revolutionary literature' 1935 / William Phillips and Philip Rahv -- 'The writer as technician' 1935 / John Dos Passos -- From 'Left?' 1933-34 / John Cornford -- From 'A dialectic approach to film form' 1929 / Sergei Eisensein -- From 'Documents' 1937 / Storm Jameson -- From speech inaugurating the 'Great exhibition of German art', Munich 1937 / Adolf Hitler -- From 'Surrealism: the last snapshot of the Eruopean intelligentsia' 1929 ; From 'The work of art in the age of mechanical reproduction' 1936 / Walter Benjamin -- From letter to Walter Benjamin, 18 March 1936 ; From 'On the fetish character in music and the regression of listening' 1938 / Theodor Adorno -- From 'Realism in the balance ' 1938 / Georg Lukacs -- From The principle of hope 1938-47 / Ernst Bloch -- From 'Letter from the front line in Spain' 1938 / David Alfaro Siqueiros -- 'Manifesto: towards a free revolutionary art' 1938 / Andre Breton, Leon Trotsky and Diego Rivera -- From 'Inquiry into the spirit and language of the night' 1938 / Eugene Jolas et al. -- From 'Inside the whale' 1933 / George Orwell -- From 'The leaning tower' 1940 / Virfginia Woolf -- From 'How "Bigger" was born' 1940 / Richard Wright
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39123969
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xx, 632 pages
Isbn
9780226450735
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98007889
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