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eBook The Great Debate: Bolshevism and the Literary Left in Germany, 1917-1930 (American University Studies) ePub

by John A. Zammito

  • ISBN: 0820400742
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: John A. Zammito
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers; First edition (December 31, 1984)
  • Pages: 208
  • ePub book: 1674 kb
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Zammito, John . 1948-. Duke University Libraries. Authors, German, Politics and literature, German literature, Right and left (Political science) in literature, German literature, Communism and literature, Socialism and literature. ark:/13960/t8jd8wp39. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on December 18, 2013. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

This study interprets debates within the Weimar literary Left over the relation of literature to politics. The historical key to these debates was the German revolution of 1918-1919 and the idea of ?Bolshevism?, .

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Bolshevism" and the literary left in Germany, 1917-1930. Published 1984 by P. Lang in New York. Communism and literature, German Authors, German literature, History, History and criticism, Political and social views, Politics and literature, Right and left (Political science) in literature, Russian influences, Socialism and literature.

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In international relations theory, the Great Debates refer to a series of disagreements between international relations scholars

In international relations theory, the Great Debates refer to a series of disagreements between international relations scholars. Ashworth describes how the discipline of international relations has been heavily influenced by historical narratives and that "no single idea has been more influential" than the notion that there was a debate between utopian and realist thinking.

Download book The great debate . Zammito, John . Publication, Distribution, et. New York American university studies. New York. Physical Description: 208 p. ;, 23 cm. Series Statement: American university studies. 4. Bibliography, etc. Note: Bibliography: p. 183-208. The historical key to these debates was the German revolution of 1918-1919 and the idea of Bolshevism, . In covering the arguments of figures like G. Grosz, W. Herzfelde, E. Piscator, J. Becher, A. Döblin, B. Brecht and W. Benjamin, it demonstrates the great ambivalence and historical specificity of the stances writers adopted in the Twenties over the issue of political allegiance to Marxism.

The Great Debate: Bolshevism and the Literary Left in Germany, 1917–1930

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This study interprets debates within the Weimar literary Left over the relation of literature to politics. The historical key to these debates was the German revolution of 1918-1919 and the idea of «Bolshevism», i.e. a symbolic allegiance to the only successful revolutionary movement of 1917-1920. In covering the arguments of figures like G. Grosz, W. Herzfelde, E. Piscator, J. Becher, A. Döblin, B. Brecht and W. Benjamin, it demonstrates the great ambivalence and historical specificity of the stances writers adopted in the Twenties over the issue of political allegiance to Marxism. Thus the work contributes to a historical appreciation of the mentality of the Weimar Republic and especially of «Weimar Culture». But its concerns extend beyond Weimar to the larger question of the relation of intellectuals to politics in the twentieth century.