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context of the Marxist-Leninist view of Slovak literature, 1945-1969

Norma Rudinsky

context of the Marxist-Leninist view of Slovak literature, 1945-1969

by Norma Rudinsky

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Published by Center for Russian and East European Studies, University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Czechoslovakia.
    • Subjects:
    • Slovak literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.,
    • Communism and literature -- Czechoslovakia.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementNorma Rudinsky.
      SeriesThe Carl Beck papers in Russian and East European studies,, no. 505, Carl Beck papers in Russian and East European studies ;, paper no. 505.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPG5407 .R8 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination34 p. ;
      Number of Pages34
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2440776M
      LC Control Number87134872

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The Context of the Marxist-Leninist View of Slovak Literature Table of Contents. The Context of the Marxist-Leninist View of Slovak Literature Norma Rudinsky PDF. 36 This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution. This study examines the development of Marxist-Leninist ideology in the U.S.S.R.

from its origins to the collapse of the Soviet regime. Alfred Evans argues that Soviet Marxism-Leninism was subject to significant adaptation under various leaders, contrary to the widespread impression that official Soviet ideology remained static after Stalin.

Hardline Marxist–Leninist leaders in the military reacted to Gorbachev's policies with the August Coup of in which hardline Marxist–Leninist military leaders overthrew Gorbachev and seized control of the government.

This regime only lasted briefly as widespread popular opposition erupted in street protests and refused to submit. Marxist-Leninist Revolutionary Theory: Its Relation and Application to the Third World and African Americans Lenin’s brilliant analysis of this phenomenon is contained in the book Imperialism, The Highest Stage of Capitalism.

In describing imperialism as capitalism in decay, already parasitic, Lenin goes on to lay out that because of the. Request PDF | Slovak Marxist–Leninist philosophy on work: experience of the second half of the twentieth century | The paper analyzes the concept of work in Slovak Marxist–Leninist philosophy.

This book considers Russian, Czech and Slovak fiction in the late communist and early post-communist periods. It focuses on the most innovative trend to emerge in this period, on those writers who, during and after the collapse of communism, characterised themselves as 'liberators' of literature.

It shows how these writers in their fiction and critical work reacted against the politicisation. The paper analyzes the concept of work in Slovak Marxist–Leninist philosophy and ethics in the second half of the twentieth century by referencing, in particular, Furnham’s critical assessment of.

2 Some of the analyses elaborated in the literature on the Prague Spring and the Soviet invasion, wr ; 3 This distinction, between a top-led reform movement and a more spontaneous revival movement, has b ; 2 As a domestic project for the reform of communism, the Prague Spring was a double development.

On the one hand, it was a movement of political and economic reform, initiated and carried. The context of the Marxist-Leninist view of Slovak literature, Norma Rudinsky (The Carl Beck papers in Russian and East European studies, no. ) Center for Russian and East European Studies, University of Pittsburgh, No effort is made here to remedy this situation — rather, we wish to offer an introduction to such study by presenting an over-all view of the organization of philosophical activity in Jugoslavia and of Jugoslav philosophic, i.e.

Marxist-Leninist, literature from to Slovak literature, the body of literature produced in the Slovak the 18th century there was no systematic attempt to establish a literary language on the basis of the Slovak dialects, which, though closely related to Czech, had developed a separate identity from the early Middle decline of literary Czech in the early 18th century, however, generated an increase of local.

In this article, I argue that the testimonial literature of former members of the Moroccan Marxist-Leninist Movement (MMLM) is theoretical. Drawing on Abdelaziz Tribak’s Ilal Amam, autopsie d. The war disintegrated traditional system and created new ones in a time, when return of the past looked thanks to previous war experience inconceivable.

In the Czech-Slovak and wider European context was the war followed by three years of rivalry between socialist and communist view on democracy and the liberal and conservative Christian democracy.

No The Context of the Marxist-Leninist View of Slovak Literature The Context of the Marxist-Leninist View of Slovak Literature Abstract PDF: Norma Rudinsky No The Czech Republic in the World: Conflicting Loyalties.

These include books by atheist propagandists and Soviet scholars, a very extensive periodical literature, which I find to be most useful, and some newspaper materials, such as editorials in Pravda.

The author atLempts to fortify his conclusions with quantifying data on the amount of published literature on atheism in different time periods. The history of Slovakia is part of the rich tapestry of the course of human events at the geographical and strategic crossroads of Europe.

Yet, very little contemporary scholarship on Slovak history exists in English or is readily accessible to North American and Western European readers. This title thus fills an important gap in historiography and knowledge of events throughout Central Europe. 1 Cf. Dealing with the authoritarian and violent past as a world-wide phenomenon in e.g., A.

Kenkman ; 4 Every new political order has to deal with the legacy of the ancien régime, since the legitimacy of the new one depends to a great extent on rejecting the old one and coming to terms with its legacy.1 The new democracies in East Central Europe were surely not an exception.

This study examines the development of Marxist-Leninist ideology in the U.S.S.R. from its origins to the collapse of the Soviet regime. Alfred Evans argues that Soviet Marxism-Leninism was subject to significant adaptation under various leaders, contrary to the widespread impression that official Soviet ideology remained static after : Paperback.

Marxism uses the Hegelian framework of historical development and establishes materialism and class conflict as the driving force of this development. To put it simply, history consists of a ruling class which commands the means of production and. From the Marxist-Leninist Point of View.

Written: ; Source: In the social context, this question coincides with the abolition of the division of labor among individuals, a concept inherited from the world of “private property.” It is indisputable that in the Marxist literature of the last ten years one can observe a heightened.A communist state, also known as Marxist–Leninist state, is a state that is administered and governed by a single communist party guided by Marxism–m–Leninism was the state ideology of the Soviet Union, the Comintern after Bolshevization and the communist states within the Comecon, the Eastern Bloc and the Warsaw Pact.

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