John Berger | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by John Naughton

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of John Berger.
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Critical Essay by John Naughton

It is difficult to know how to describe John Berger's [A Seventh Man]. The cover proclaims it to be 'the story of a migrant worker in Europe', while the title-page maintains that it is 'a book of images and words about the experiences of migrant workers in Europe'…. Although it is sometimes difficult to separate Mr Berger's economics from his fiction, it is at least evident that what he and his friends have produced is not so much a book, more what the Americans call an 'integrated, multi-media package'.

And what an extraordinary package it turns out to be…. Mr Berger tries to make his package fit a number of other moulds also. Among these are: a Marxist tract on the nature of modern capitalism; an impassioned polemic against the...

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