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title G. Plekhanov
subtitle Unaddressed Letters, Art and Social Life
authors Georgii Plekhanov
publisher University Press of the Pacific
publishedDate 2001-09-01
description Pioneering literary and art criticism from a Marxist better known for his philosophical and political works -- opinionated but extremely mind stimulating. Biographical note, Letters Without Address, French Dramatic Literature and French Eighteenth Century Painting from the Sociological Standpoint, Art and Social Life, with a comprehensive ndex.. Names mentioned in Unaddressed Letters: Count Lev Tolstoi, Auguste Comte, Charles Darwin, Indian tribes of the United States, Schweinfurth, Du Chaillu, Alexandre Beljame, David and Charles Livingstone, Alexander the Great, Theodore de Banville, Charles Baudelaire, Gaetano Casati, Gustave Flaubert, Nikolai Gogol, Francois Guizot, Georg Wilheml Friedrich Hegel, Jules Jusserand, Richard von Langer, Napoleon Bonaparte, Milo of Crotona, Jean Racine, John Ruskin, George Sand, Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, William Shakespeare, Herbert Spencer, Karl von den Steinen, Gabriel Tarde, Ivan Turgenev, Alfred de Vigny, Wilhelm Wundt, Emile Zola, and so very many more.Georgii Valentinovich Plekhanov (1856-1918) was one of the leaders of Russian populism and after his emigration to Western Europe in 1880 became the foremost Russian Marxist abroad. He founded in 1883, together with Pavel Axelrod, the 'Group for the Liberation of Labor', the first Russian social democratic party, and in 1900 together with Lenin the 'Iskra', the first Russian Marxist newspaper, but a few years later broke with Lenin and sided with the Mensheviks.
pageCount 248
printType BOOK
categories Art
maturityRating NOT_MATURE
language en
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