Marx, Engels, and the poets; origins of Marxist literary criticism. Rev. and enlarged by the author and translated by Jeffrey L. Sammons.


Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1967] .

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Standard Title Marx, Engels, und die Dichter. English
Subjects Communism and literature -- History.
Communism and literature.
Marxist criticism -- History.
Marxist criticism.
Description x, 278 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 257-272).
Contents Young Friedrich Engels as a critic -- Economics and intellect: Thomas Carlyle -- On the way to economic determinism: Karl Marx -- Conflicts and discussions -- The later Engels as a critic of Marxist literary doctrine -- Three interpretations: Shakespeare, Goethe, Balzac -- The first disciples -- Georg Lukács as a theoretician of literature -- Marxist criticism: past and present.
Production Credits Revised and enlarged by the author and translated by Jeffrey L. Sammons.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)325742
(OCoLC)ocm00325742
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WorldCat Identities Demetz, Peter, 1922-
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