Theory of the Avant-garde

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Manchester University Press, 1984 - Aesthetics - 135 pages
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The most naive interpretation of Avant-Garde. Is very reductionist and as a orthodox marxist is incapable to understand the dialectic in Adorno's Aesthetic Theory. On the theory of Avant.Garde is very simple, he repeats throughout the book: Avant-Garde is the intention to bring Art to Life. Very simple, in the bad sense.  

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