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Lukacs and Brecht.pdf David Pike traces the evolution of interrelated political and literary theoretical currents in the Soviet Union from the early 1930s to the late 1940s and places the writings of Georg Lukacs and BertoDavid Pike traces the evolution of interrelated political and literary theoretical currents in the Soviet Union from the early 1930s to the late 1940s and places the writings of Georg Lukacs and Bertolt Brecht within that context Lukacs' ideas are examined in order to define the derivative nature of his political stance and to ascertain its influence upon the formation of his aesthetic Pike then explores the cause of Brecht's clash with German and Soviet Stalinists over their decreed aesthetic principles before dealing with his political outlook and its correspondence with standard Soviet assumptionsThe link between the two men lies in their practice of viewing reality through the prism of a rigid political dogma This persistent inclination led to theorietical rationalizations that were incapable of acknowledgin.

G the evolving pattern of Stalinist atrocities or that classified these atrocities as historical necessity and it likewise distorted each man's view of fascismAn additional dimension to this fascination with an exclusive political dogma is that Brecht's tendency to indulge in the Stalinist mystiue was not tempered in the least by his Western European or American experience In fact his perceptions of Western democracy only drove him further away from any acceptance or appreciation of traditional democratic values Lukacs by contrast chose Soviet exile There he had little chance to pursue insights into political or aesthetic theory which were meaningfully independent of the dogmas emerging around him Ironically Lukacs drifted so far in the opposite direction that he helped work out doctrinal ideas characteristic of.

lukacs book brecht epub Lukacs and epub Lukacs and Brecht PDF/EPUBG the evolving pattern of Stalinist atrocities or that classified these atrocities as historical necessity and it likewise distorted each man's view of fascismAn additional dimension to this fascination with an exclusive political dogma is that Brecht's tendency to indulge in the Stalinist mystiue was not tempered in the least by his Western European or American experience In fact his perceptions of Western democracy only drove him further away from any acceptance or appreciation of traditional democratic values Lukacs by contrast chose Soviet exile There he had little chance to pursue insights into political or aesthetic theory which were meaningfully independent of the dogmas emerging around him Ironically Lukacs drifted so far in the opposite direction that he helped work out doctrinal ideas characteristic of.

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