GEORG LUKACS THE IDEOLOGY OF MODERNISM PDF

The ideology of modernism (). Digitised Reading. Add to My Type: Chapter; Author(s): Georg Lukács; Page start: ; Page end: ; Web address . of modernism. Obviously, Lukacs’s views on modernism are not based on purely literary or formal categories. Ideology, class positions, perspective, the principle. 6 The most consistent Marxist critic to argue this position was Georg Lukacs. See in particular .. confront the ideological implications of modernism. Throughout.

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