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A Marxist Reading of George Orwell's 1984 from the Point of View of George Luckcs

Summary: Provides a detailed, Marxist literary analysis of George Orwell's novel, 1984. Considers the theories of George Lukacs in the analysis, including the theory of totality.

A Marxist reading of Orwell's 1984. From the standpoint of Luckàcs

Marxism accepts a virtually axiomatic dialectical materialism, the labor theory of value and the economic determination of all human actions and institutions. It is characterized by a belief in the class struggle as a fundamental force in history.

Bennett, (1965, p. 643)

It is noteworthy to be stated clearly at the outset of the present paper that literary theories are composed of a mere plethora of highly debatable ideas, concepts and assumptions. They are in other words, strikingly vague, opaque and of a typical flexibility. According to Wellek and Warren (1966, p. 30) }there are then, not only one or two but literally hundreds of independent, diverse, and mutually exclusive conceptions of literature, each of which is in some way right~. That is, the diversity of literary theories...

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