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General Introduction to Marxist Theory
I don't agree entirely with The Procrastinator. I believe, though, that practising Marxist criticism might be tiresome and boring. However, it certainly gives us a lot of information about the writer's society and the conditions prevalent at that time. It will also improve in understanding the context in which the work might exhibit certain qualities. For example, if we look into the background of the work The Waste Land, we can certainly emphasise on the facts what Eliot might be seeing at that time... and, so, in some ways, Marxist Criticism is certainly helpful for the students of literature to unravel the contexts as well as the background of a literary work.

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RE: General Introduction to Marxist Theory - by Amit_Mishra - 02-17-2019, 06:00 PM

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