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The Resource Weapons of criticism : Marxism in America and the literary tradition, edited by Norman Rudich

Weapons of criticism : Marxism in America and the literary tradition, edited by Norman Rudich

Label
Weapons of criticism : Marxism in America and the literary tradition
Title
Weapons of criticism
Title remainder
Marxism in America and the literary tradition
Statement of responsibility
edited by Norman Rudich
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Rudich, Norman
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Literature, Modern
  • Marxist criticism
  • Criticism
  • Communism and literature
Label
Weapons of criticism : Marxism in America and the literary tradition, edited by Norman Rudich
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • G.C. LeRoy.
  • Culture and the tasks of criticism
  • D.G. Stratman.
  • Literature and ideology
  • L. Baxandall.
  • Criticism and self-criticism
  • L.S. Robinson.
  • Art against imperialism, for the national liberation struggle of Third World peoples
  • E. San Juan, Jr.
  • Literature in history :
  • Introduction
  • Falstaff and his social milieu
  • P.N. Siegel.
  • Delany, S.
  • Sex and politics in Pope's "Rape of the lock"
  • S. Selany.
  • William Blake and radical tradition
  • F. Whitehead.
  • Coleridge's "Kabia Khan"
  • N. Rudich.
  • Balzac and Marx
  • N. Rudich
  • L. Rudich.
  • Poe and Dostoevsky
  • L. Harap.
  • Herman Melville, artist of the worker's world
  • H.B. Franklin.
  • Henry James, American novelist; or, Isabel Archer, Emerson's grand-daughter
  • A.T. Rubinstein.
  • The incest theme in The Great Gatsby
  • S. Zelnick.
  • Brecht's Caucasian chalk circle and Marxist figuralism
  • Criticism in history :
  • D. Suvin.
  • Decolonization and social classes in The tragedy of King Christophe by Aime Cesaire
  • H. Fuyet ... [et al.]
  • Criticism in history
  • F. Jameson.
  • Beauty and truth
  • S. Finkelstein.
  • Literary study and political activism
  • Rudich, N. Preface.--Rudich, N. Introduction.--Criticism in history : Jameson, F. Criticism in history. Finkelstein, S. Beauty and truth. LeRoy, G.C. Literary study and political activism. Stratman, D.G. Culture and the tasks of criticism. Baxandall, L. Literature and ideology. Robinson, L.S. Criticism and self-criticism. San Juan, E., Jr. Art against imperialism, for the national liberation struggle of Third World peoples.--Literature in history : Siegel, P.N. Falstaff and his social milieu. Delany, S. Sex and politics in Pope's "Rape of the lock." Whitehead, F. William Blake and radical tradition. Rudich, N. Coleridge's "Kabia Khan." Rudich, L. Balzac and Marx. Harap, L. Poe and Dostoevsky. Franklin, H.B. Herman Melville, artist of the worker's world. Rubinstein, A.T. Henry James, American novelist; or, Isabel Archer, Emerson's grand-daughter. Zelnick, S. The incest theme in The Great Gatsby. Suvin, D. Brecht's Caucasian chalk circle and Marxist figuralism. Fuyet, H. et al. Decolonization and social classes in The tragedy of King Christophe by Aime Cesaire
Control code
2118462
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
389 pages
Lccn
74009178
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)221839
Label
Weapons of criticism : Marxism in America and the literary tradition, edited by Norman Rudich
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • G.C. LeRoy.
  • Culture and the tasks of criticism
  • D.G. Stratman.
  • Literature and ideology
  • L. Baxandall.
  • Criticism and self-criticism
  • L.S. Robinson.
  • Art against imperialism, for the national liberation struggle of Third World peoples
  • E. San Juan, Jr.
  • Literature in history :
  • Introduction
  • Falstaff and his social milieu
  • P.N. Siegel.
  • Delany, S.
  • Sex and politics in Pope's "Rape of the lock"
  • S. Selany.
  • William Blake and radical tradition
  • F. Whitehead.
  • Coleridge's "Kabia Khan"
  • N. Rudich.
  • Balzac and Marx
  • N. Rudich
  • L. Rudich.
  • Poe and Dostoevsky
  • L. Harap.
  • Herman Melville, artist of the worker's world
  • H.B. Franklin.
  • Henry James, American novelist; or, Isabel Archer, Emerson's grand-daughter
  • A.T. Rubinstein.
  • The incest theme in The Great Gatsby
  • S. Zelnick.
  • Brecht's Caucasian chalk circle and Marxist figuralism
  • Criticism in history :
  • D. Suvin.
  • Decolonization and social classes in The tragedy of King Christophe by Aime Cesaire
  • H. Fuyet ... [et al.]
  • Criticism in history
  • F. Jameson.
  • Beauty and truth
  • S. Finkelstein.
  • Literary study and political activism
  • Rudich, N. Preface.--Rudich, N. Introduction.--Criticism in history : Jameson, F. Criticism in history. Finkelstein, S. Beauty and truth. LeRoy, G.C. Literary study and political activism. Stratman, D.G. Culture and the tasks of criticism. Baxandall, L. Literature and ideology. Robinson, L.S. Criticism and self-criticism. San Juan, E., Jr. Art against imperialism, for the national liberation struggle of Third World peoples.--Literature in history : Siegel, P.N. Falstaff and his social milieu. Delany, S. Sex and politics in Pope's "Rape of the lock." Whitehead, F. William Blake and radical tradition. Rudich, N. Coleridge's "Kabia Khan." Rudich, L. Balzac and Marx. Harap, L. Poe and Dostoevsky. Franklin, H.B. Herman Melville, artist of the worker's world. Rubinstein, A.T. Henry James, American novelist; or, Isabel Archer, Emerson's grand-daughter. Zelnick, S. The incest theme in The Great Gatsby. Suvin, D. Brecht's Caucasian chalk circle and Marxist figuralism. Fuyet, H. et al. Decolonization and social classes in The tragedy of King Christophe by Aime Cesaire
Control code
2118462
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
389 pages
Lccn
74009178
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)221839

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