Theory of the Avant-garde

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Manchester University Press, 1984 - Aesthetics - 135 pages
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Review: Theory of the Avant-Garde (Theory and History of Literature #4)

User Review  - Bertrand - Goodreads

Well that was very slow start; Actually a very slow, painful and dull start: those like me, unfamiliar with the contorted lexicon of marxist critical theory, might be tempted to re-shuffle their "to ... Read full review

Review: Theory of the Avant-Garde (Theory and History of Literature #4)

User Review  - Jessi - Goodreads

While not the most fun read, Theory of the Avant-Garde is enlightening, especially for some of the projects I'm currently working on. Despite the fact that it's in translation, it was a fairly ... Read full review

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