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Proletarian literature in the United States
The writings are limited largely to the past five years. cf. Introd., p. 28.
|Statement||an anthology edited by Granville Hicks, Joseph North, Michael Gold, Paul Peters, Isidor Schneider [and] Alan Calmer; with a critical introduction by Joseph Freeman.|
|Contributions||Hicks, Granville, 1901-, North, Joseph., Gold, Michael, 1894-1967., Peters, Paul., Schneider, Isidor, 1896-, Calmer, Alan., Freeman, Joseph, 1897-1965.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 9-384 p.|
|Number of Pages||384|
|LC Control Number||35027433|
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Proletarian literature (from the Latin proletarius, belonging to the lowest class of Roman citizens) is literary writing by or about working-class people with. In the United States, Mike Gold was the first to promote proletarian literature, in Max Eastman's magazine The Liberator and later in The New Masses.
The party newspaper, The Daily Worker also published literature, as did numerous other magazines like The Anvil, edited by Jack Conroy, Blast, and Partisan Review. United States In American literature: Critics of society A number of authors wrote proletarian novels attacking capitalist exploitation, as in several novels based on a strike in the textile mills in Gastonia, N.C., such as Fielding Burke’s Call Home the Heart and Grace Lumpkin’s To Make My Bread (both ).
Writing Up the Working Class: The Proletarian Novel in the U.S. Barbara Foley (This article was originally published in S.A.M.A.R magazine.) Although fiction about the working class written from a left-wing perspective has been produced in the United States since the beginnings of industrialism, the term "proletarian novel" is generally seen to pertain to the years.
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In this revisionary study, Barbara Foley challenges prevalent myths about left-wing culture in the Depression-era U.S. Focusing on a broad range of proletarian novels and little-known archival material, the author recaptures an important literature and rewrites a segment of American cultural history long obscured and distorted by the anti-Communist bias of contemporaries and Price: $ The Communist Manifesto Summary.
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