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Western Marxism and Literary Modernism

Western Marxism and Literary Modernism

Prabhakara Jha Soon after the Bolshevik Revolution, there began a confrontation between Marxist precepts on literature and art and the experimental practices of the avant-garde in Soviet Russia. Ever since then, the nature and function of literary modernism has been a major preoccupation of Marxist discourse on literature and has, to a considerable extent,, shaped the contours of recent advances in Marxist literary theory itself.

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