History in Our Hands: A Critical Anthology of Writings on Literature, Culture, and Politics from the 1930s
Leicester University Press, 1998 - 406 Seiten
This collection of social, political and cultural history writings from the 1930s, a decade still too often characterized as that of the 'Auden Generation', brings together important texts of the period and makes accessible some of the key writings of the decade which are either scattered and difficult to locate, or have long been out of print. The anthology offers students and the general reader the opportunity to explore the full range of ideas behind the fiction, poetry, art and music of the 1930s.
from The Greater Britain 1932
from Writing 1932 What Is a Highbrow? 1933
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activity aesthetic appeared artist Auden become believe bourgeois British capitalism capitalist Catholic Christian Church civilisation Communism Communist consciousness contemporary crisis criticism culture Day Lewis economic effect emotional England English Eric Gill essay existence expression F. R. Leavis fact Fascism feeling film forces George Orwell Hitler human idea individual intellectual interest John Cornford Labour Lambeth Lambeth Walk language Leavis Left Review literary living London Man's Moral Law Marxist mass Mass-Observation material means mind modern movement myth nation nature novel organisation Orwell Party peace People's Front poem poet poetry political possible problems production proletarian proletarian literature propaganda published realise reality relation religion Reprinted revolution revolutionary sense social socialist society Storm Jameson struggle surrealism T. S. Eliot things thought tradition Vera Brittain Verse W. H. Auden Winifred Holtby women words workers writers
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