Utopian Function of Art and Literature : Selected Essays - Bloch, Ernst

Utopian Function of Art and Literature : Selected Essays

Ernst Bloch

Yayınevi: MIT Press

Yayın tarihi: 03/1989

ISBN: 9780262521390

İngilizce | 310 Sayfa | 154 mm x 230 mm

Tür: Edebiyat İncelemesi

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The aesthetic essays of the philosopher Ernst Bloch (1885-1977) belong to the rich tradition of cultural criticism represented by Georg Lukacs, Theodor Adorno, and Walter Benjamin. Bloch was a significant creative source for these thinkers, and his impact is nowhere more evident than in writings on art.

Bloch was fascinated with art as a reflection of both social realities and human dreams. Whether he is discussing architecture or detective novels, the theme that drives his work is always the same--the striving for "something better," for a "homeland" that is more socially aware, more humane, more just. The book opens with an illuminating discussion between Bloch and Adorno on the meaning of utopia; then follow 12 essays written between 1930 and 1973 on topics as diverse as aesthetic theory, genres such as music, painting, theater, film, opera, poetry, and the novel, and perhaps most important, popular culture in the form of fairy tales, detective stories, and dime novels.

The MIT Press has previously published Ernst Bloch's "Natural Law and Human Dignity "and his magnum opus, "The Principle of Hope. The Utopian Function of Art and Literature" is included in the series Studies in Contemporary German Social Thought, edited by Thomas McCarthy.

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