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)

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Bürger is dismissive about the avant-gardes of his own time (those of 60's and 70's). This painfully contrasts his thorough research on the historical avant-garde, and therefore this book feels a bit dated at times. It is also not the most pleasant read, even for an academic text. Read full review

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

User Review  - Tom Timmermans - Goodreads

Bürger is dismissive about the avant-gardes of his own time (those of 60's and 70's). This painfully contrasts his thorough research on the historical avant-garde, and therefore this book feels a bit dated at times. It is also not the most pleasant read, even for an academic text. Read full review

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