Literature and Revolution

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Haymarket Books, 2005 - Education - 331 pages

“Roll over Derrida: Literature and Revolution is back in print. Nothing in the postmodern canon comes close to the intellectual grandeur of Trotsky's vision of art and literature in an age of revolution, or his extraordinary meditations on the popular ownership of culture.”—Mike Davis

“Re-reading Trotsky on literature 40 years later is a delight.”—Tariq Ali

Leon Trotsky penned this engaging book to elucidate the complex way in which art informs— and can alter—our understanding of the world. Features new reader-friendly explanatory notes.

Leon Trotsky was a leader of the Russian Revolution in 1917 and is the author ofMy Life.

William Keach is a professor of English at Brown University. He is editor of Coleridge'sComplete Poems.

 

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Contents

I
9
II
27
III
29
IV
34
V
61
VI
105
VII
112
VIII
138
IX
154
X
177
XI
187
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Leon Trotsky was a leader of the Russian revolution in 1917 and is the author of My Life, The History of the Russian Revolution, and The Revolution Betrayed. Keach is Professor of English at Brown University. He is editor of Coleridge's Complete Poems (Penguin, 1997) and author of Arbitrary Power: Romanticism, Language, Politics (2004).

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