This monograph is the first academic work to apply a neo-Marxist approach to 20th-century Canadian social realist novels, pursuing a refreshingly (neo-)Marxist approach to such issues as Bakhtinian notions of the novelistic form and dialogism as applied to Canadian socio-political novels influenced by various socialisms, socialist-feminist concerns, economic and sexual politics, and the genre of social realism. In so doing, it demonstrates that Marxist socialism is as relevant today as it was in the 1930s, just as social realist novels continue to thrive as a critique of capitalism. Readers will find valuable insights into the social significance, formal innovations, moral sensitivity, aesthetic enrichment, and ideological complexity of Canadian social realist novels.(148) Callaghan aspires to a unified artistic vision and a single, dominant effect: the harmonization of all literary ... sense of objectivity.17 17See Laurence Perrinea#39;s Literature: Structure, Sound, and Sense (New York: Harcourt, 1956), pp.
|Title||:||Marxism and 20th-Century English-Canadian Novels|
|Author||:||John Z Ming Chen, Yuhua Ji|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2015-06-09|