Red Letter Days: Bolshevik Visions of Soviet Culture, 1917-1924.

Evans, Jeramey J.
2016

In the following work, I will argue that Lenin, Trotsky, Lunacharsky, and Bogdanov—four of the most prominent and influential early Bolsheviks—were consistently guided by Marxist theory in their approach to major cultural issues, such as literary criticism, censorship, and the concept of “proletarian culture.” I assert that, with regard to these three topics in culture, the views of Marx and Engel... read more

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Undergraduate Honors Theses
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Communism and culture--Soviet Union--History.
Soviet Union--History--1917-1936.
Tufts University. Department of History.
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