Artists in Uniform
A Study of Literature and Bureaucratism
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First published in 1934, Artists in Uniform confronts what the author describes as ‘two of the worst features of the Soviet experiment’ following Lenin’s death – bigotry and bureaucratism – and shows how they have functioned in the sphere of arts and letters. It is divided into three parts: The Artist’s International; A Literary Inquisition; and Art and the Marxian Philosophy.
Table of Contents
Introductory; Part One: The Artists' International; Part Two: A Literary Inquisition; Part Three: Art and the Marxian Philosophy; Supplement; Notes and References; Index