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The freedom of art.

Author: Honor Arundel
Publisher: London, Lawrence & Wishart, 1965.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Honor Arundel
OCLC Number: 9964110
Description: 104 pages 19 cm
Contents: The Labour Movement's responsibility. --
The origins and development of the Arts. --
The basis for a Marxist approach. --
The Arts under Capitalism. --
William Morris --
Socialist and artist. --
Socialist attitudes. --
Picasso and Brecht --
Communist artists. --
MacDiarmid and the Scottish Renaissance. --
Art and nationality. --
From and content --
the unity of opposites. --
Artistic truth. --
Love, sex and pornography. --
Censorship. --
Freedom and responsibility.

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