The Literary Underground: Writers and the Totalitarian Experience, 1900-1950
Palgrave Macmillan, 15.06.1991 - 294 Seiten
This wide-ranging interdisciplinary study explores the concept of totalitarianism in western thought from Rousseau to George Orwell, taking its examples from twentieth-century European literature.
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