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    Toronto : University of Toronto Press
    ISBN: 9781487504656 , 1487504659
    Language: English
    Pages: xxi, 563 Seiten , Illustrationen , 24 cm
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Comintern aesthetics
    DDC: 306.345
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    Keywords: Communist International Influence ; Communist International ; Literature History and criticism ; Communism and literature History 20th century ; Communism and culture History 20th century ; Aesthetics Political aspects 20th century ; History ; Literature ; Communism and literature ; Aesthetics ; Political aspects ; Communism and culture ; Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.) ; Criticism, interpretation, etc ; History ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Kommunistische Internationale ; Sowjetunion ; Kulturpolitik ; Ästhetik ; Russisch ; Literatur ; Weltliteratur ; Künste
    Abstract: "Founded by Vladimir Lenin in 1919 to instigate a world revolution, the Comintern advanced not just the proletarian struggle but also a wide variety of radical causes, including those against imperialism and racism in settings as varied as Ireland, India, the United States, and China. Notoriously, and from the organization's outset, these causes grew ever more subservient to Soviet state interest and Stalinist centralization. Comintern Aesthetics shows how the cultural and political networks emerging from the Comintern have continued, even after its demise in 1943. Tracking these networks through a multiplicity of artistic forms geared towards advancing a common, liberated humanity, this volume captures the failure of a Soviet-centered world revolution, but also its enduring allure in the present."--
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    ISBN: 9780810127968 , 0810127962
    Language: English
    Pages: XX, 281 S. , Ill., Kt. , 23x15x2 cm
    Series Statement: Northwestern University Press Studies in russian literature and theory
    DDC: 909.0492409471
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    Keywords: Geschichte 1829-1929 ; Literatur ; Juden ; Jiddisch ; Ukrainisch ; Russisch ; Russland
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    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    Toronto : University of Toronto Press
    ISBN: 9781487530631
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (588 pages)
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 306.345
    Keywords: Literature-History and criticism ; Electronic books
    Abstract: Comintern Aesthetics shows how the cultural and political networks emerging from the Comintern have continued, even after its demise in 1943.
    Abstract: Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Illustrations -- Chronology: Comintern Aesthetics - Between Politics and Culture -- Editors' Note -- Introduction: Comintern Aesthetics - Space, Form, History -- Interwar/Postwar, East/West, Modernism/Realism -- Organization of the Volume -- NOTES -- PART ONE: Space: Geopoetics, Networks, Translation -- Chapter One: World Literature as World Revolution: Velimir Khlebnikov's Zangezi and the Utopian Geopoetics of the Russian Avant-Garde -- World Literature: Beyond the Nation and the Market -- The Utopian Geopoetics of the Russian Avant-Garde -- Between Totalization and Rupture: The Mediating Function of Geopoetics -- 1920: Uneven Development and the Eastward Turn of the Comintern -- Khlebnikov in Baku, or the Utopian Geopoetics of Eurasia -- Khlebnikov's Zangezi and the Legacy of Tatlin -- Zangezi: A World-Text -- NOTES -- Chapter Two: Berlin-Moscow-Shanghai: Translating Revolution across Cultures in the Aftermath of the 1927 Shanghai Debacle -- NOTES -- Chapter Three: India-England-Russia: The Comintern Translated -- NOTES -- Chapter Four: Seeing the World Anew: Soviet Cinema and the Reorganization of 1930s Spanish Film Culture -- The PCE and the Comintern in Context -- A Transversal Fascination: The Comintern and Intellectual Circles -- Learning Revolutionary Aesthetics -- the Appeal of Soviet Cinema in Spain -- Film Clubs and the Bourgeois Introduction of Soviet Films in Spain -- Soviet Cinema and the Synthesis of Education and Emotion -- Nuestro Cinema and the Organization of a New Spanish Film Culture -- Conclusion -- NOTES -- Chapter Five: The Panorama and the Pilgrimage: Brazilian Modernism, the Masses, and the Soviet Union in the 1930s -- Patrícia Galvão: Print Culture, the Proletarian Novel, and a Global Mass Aesthetic -- Tarsila do Amaral: Painting and Pilgrimage.
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