Literature in Revolution.
1972 · New York
by White, George Abbott and Charles Newman.
New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, TriQuarterly Book, 1972. First Edition, As Stated. Octavo, grey cloth (hardcover), 640 pp. Very Good+, in a Very Good dust jacket with edgewear. Contents: Literature in Revolution: Introductions; The Responsibility of Literature: Langauge and Freedom (Chomsky); Offing Culture: Literary Study and the Movement (Crews); Tom Eliot Meets the Hulk at Little Big Horn: The Political Economy of Poetry (Lourie); On Creating Revolutionary Art and Going Out of Print (Nelson); The Enemy: Words (Fuentes); Readings: Melville, or Water Consciousness & Its Madness(Oglesby); Passion and CUnning: The Politics of W. B. Yeats (O’Brien); The Forging of Orc: Blake and the Idea of Revolution (Ward); Shakespeare and The Revolution of the Times (Levin); Notes on Prophecy and Apocalypse in a Time of Anarchy and Revolution: A Trying Out (Stoneburner); Milton’s Sonnet On the Late Massacre in Piemont: A Note on the Vulnerability of Persons in a Revolutionary Situation (Grossman); Hermann Hesse: Apostle of the Apolitical Revolution (Devert); On Solzhenitsyn (Williams); Poupular Culture: Sixteen Notes on Television and the Movement (Gitlin); The New Comics and American Culture (Buhle); U.S. Iconography and the Yippie Media Termites (Fox); Critical Consciousness: Ideology and Literature: American Renaissance and F. O. Matthiessen (White); The Politics of the Imagination: The Problem of Conscoisness; Susan Sontags New Left Pastoral: Nontes on REvolutionary Pastoralism in AMerica (Marx); Some Green Thoughts on a Green Theme (Seelye). (Inventory #: 17717scs)