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The Lukács reader

Author: Arpad Kadarkay
Publisher: Oxford ; Cambridge, Mass. : Blackwell, 1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This reader represents the great range and variety of Lukacs's output, collecting work from four fields of activity: autobiography, drama and tragedy, art and literature, philosophy and politics - material for the most part not previously published in English.
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Named Person: György Lukács; György Lukács; György Lukács; György Lukács; György Lukács; György Lukács; György Lukács; György Lukács
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arpad Kadarkay
ISBN: 1557865701 9781557865700 155786571X 9781557865717
OCLC Number: 31737373
Description: vii, 292 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: pt. I. Essays in Autobiography. 1. Soren Kierkegaard and Regine Olsen. 2. Diary (1910-1911). 3. On Poverty of Spirit. 4. My Socratic Mask --
pt. II. Drama and Tragedy. 5. Shakespeare and Modern Drama. 6. John Ford. 7. August Strindberg. 8. Thoughts on Henrik Ibsen. 9. Peer Gynt. 10. Oscar Wilde. 11. Bernard Shaw --
pt. III. Art and Literature. 12. Aesthetic Culture. 13. Paul Gauguin. 14. The Parting of the Ways. 15. Stavrogin's Confession. 16. Integrated Civilizations. 17. The Ideology of Modernism --
pt. IV. Philosophy and Politics. 18. Bolshevism as an Ethical Problem. 19. Class Consciousness. 20. Friedrich Nietzsche. 21. Martin Heidegger.
Responsibility: edited by Arpad Kadarkay.

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Provides original translations of material almost exclusively not previously available in English. Gives a radically different view of Lukacs from the stereotypical Marxian one. Revaluation of  Read more...

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"This collection of essays emphasizes the romantic. It includes an early essay in which Lukacs compares the strangest of his own love affairs with Kerkegaarda s, as well as essays on Stridberg, Read more...

 
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