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Nov 17, 1994
| ISBN 9781859840016
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Nov 17, 1994 | ISBN 9781859840016
Discussion of fiction, poetry and cultural history is given central place in Wald’s analysis. From this perspective he argues that the contemporary concerns of race, gender and culture have created a powerful new leftist critique. The book argues that that the left can draw strength by reconceptualizing its cultural legacy as a rich, diverse stream of political and cultural experiences flowing over six decades. It draws deeply on this tradition, highlighting its contemporary relevance. Alan Wald is the author of “James T. Farrell: The Revolutionary Socialist Years”, “The Revolutionary Imagination”, “The New York Intellectuals” and “The Responsibility of Intellectuals”.
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