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The politics of the unpolitical.

Author: Herbert Read
Publisher: [London] Routledge, 1943.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Read, Herbert Edward, Sir, 1893-1968.
Politics of the unpolitical.
[London] Routledge, 1943
(OCoLC)567973798
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Herbert Read
OCLC Number: 341350
Notes: At head of title; Herbert Read.
"First published in March 1943."
Description: vii, 160 pages 19 cm
Contents: The politics of the unpolitical.--The cult of leadership.--Culture and liberty.--To hell with culture.--Art in an electric atmosphere.--The vulgarity and impotence of contemporary art.--Modern art and French decadence.--A question of life or death.--The collective patron.--The freedom of the artist.--The nature of revolutionary art.--A civilization from under.--Civilization and the sense of quality.--A solemn conclusion.

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