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Author Brecht, Bertolt, 1898-1956.
Title Brecht on art and politics / Bertolt Brecht ; edited by Thomas Kuhn and Steve Giles ; part 5 edited by Stephen Parker, Matthew Philpotts and Peter Davies ; translations by Laura Bradley, Steve Giles and Tom Kuhn.
Imprint London : Methuen, 2003.

Author Brecht, Bertolt, 1898-1956.
Series Brecht's plays, poetry, ad prose
Brecht, Bertolt, 1898-1956. Works. English. 1983.
Subject Brecht, Bertolt, 1898-1956 -- Aesthetics.
Brecht, Bertolt, 1898-1956 -- Political and social views.
Alt Name Kuhn, Tom.
Giles, Steve.
Bradley, Laura J. R.
Add Title Brecht on art & politics
Description 1 online resource (354 pages)
Note Translated from the German.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 343-344) and index.
Access Use copy Restrictions unspecified star
Summary This volume contains new translations to extend our image of one of the twentieth century's most entertaining and thought provoking writers on culture, aesthetics and politics. Here are a cross-section of Brecht's wide-ranging thoughts which offer us an extraordinary window onto the concerns of a modern world in four decades of economic and political disorder. The book is designed to give wider access to the experience of a dynamic intellect, radically engaged with social, political and cultural processes. Each section begins with a short essay by the editors introducing and summarising Brecht's thought in the relevant year.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. [Place of publication not identified] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010.
System Details Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002. http://purl.oclc.org/DLF/benchrepro0212
Note digitized 2010 HathiTrust Digital Library committed to preserve pda
Print version record.
Contents Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; General Introduction and Acknowledgements; Part One: Early Writings and Polemics 1914-1928; Introduction; 1 Extracts from the 'Augsburg War Letters'; 2 From the 1920 Notebooks; 3 On Habitual Patriotism; 4 On Expressionism and Dadaism; 5 On German Literature; 6 Mood and Opinion; 7 Let's Get Back to Detective Novels!; 8 On Being a Suitable Spectator; 9 On Art and Socialism; 10 Literary Judgements; 11 An Argument with Thomas Mann; 12 Challenging Bourgeois Culture; 13 On Poetry; 14 On Politics and Art; 15 Republication Forbidden!
Part Two: Culture and Society 1927-1933Introduction; 16 The Piscator Experiment; 17 Primacy of the Apparatus; 18 New Dramatic Writing; 19 The Individual's Experience of the Apparatus in the Foreground; 20 Conversation about Classics; 21 Defence of the Lyric Poet Gottfried Benn; 22 Suspicion of a New Tendency in Modern Philosophy; 23 Theory of Pedagogies; 24 On New Criticism; 25 Ideas and Things; 26 Who Needs a World-View?; 27 On the Function of Thought; 28 What is Progress?; 29 Dialectics; 30 On the Critique of Ideas; 31 Theses on the Theory of Superstructure.
32 Key Points in Korsch, pp. 37 and 5433 Use of Truth; 34 Einstein-Freud; Part Three: Nazism and Anti-Fascism 1933-1939; Introduction; 35 Extracts from 'Unpolitical Letters'; 36 Fascist Slogans; 37 On Restoring the Truth; 38 In the Fight Against Injustice Even Weak Weapons Are of Use; 39 Five Difficulties in Writing the Truth; 40 A Necessary Observation on the Struggle Against Barbarism; 41 On the Question of Whether Hitler Is Being Honest; 42 From the English Letters; 43 Speech at the Second International Writers' Congress for the Defence of Culture; 44 Platform for Left-wing Intellectuals.
45 Speech on the Power of Resistance of Reason46 Speech on the Question Why Such Large Parts of the German People Support Hitler's Politics; 47 On My Attitude to the Soviet Union; 48 On the Moscow Trials; 49 The Greatest of All Artists; 50 Why are the Petty Bourgeoisie and Even the Proletariat Threatening to Turn to Fascism?; 51 On the Theatricality of Fascism; 52 The Last Word; Part Four: Realism and Formalism 1938-1940; Introduction; 53 The Expressionism Debate; 54 Breadth and Variety of the Realist Mode of Writing; 55 Socialist Realism; 56 The Struggle Against Formalism.
57 On Non-representational Painting58 Notes on the Realist Mode of Writing; 59 The Crime Novel; Part Five: Brecht and German Socialism 1942-1956; Introduction; 60 On the Declaration of the 26 United Nations; 61 The Other Germany: 1943; 62 Report on the Situation of Germans in Exile; 63 Where I Live; 64 Statement to the House Committee on Un-American Activities in Washington, 1947; 65 Conversations with Young Intellectuals; 66 Bringing the World Peace at Last; 67 The Emblem of the Berliner Ensemble; 68 The Arts in Upheaval; 69 Concerning the Accusation of Formalism.
Note Translated from the German.
ISBN 9781474243339 (epdf)
1474243339 (epdf)
9781474243346 (epub)
1474243347 (epub)
9781474243353 (ebook)
1474243355 (ebook)
9780413758903 (print)
0413758907 (print)
9780413773531
ISBN/ISSN 10.5040/9781474243353
OCLC # 606931142
Additional Format Print version: Brecht, Bertolt, 1898-1956. Brecht on art and politics. London : Methuen, 2003 (DLC) 2003427175 (OCoLC)51001692



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