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Lukacs, Georg (György Lukács)
Deutsche Literatur im Zeitalter des Imperialismus. Eine Übersicht ihrer Hauptströmungen
Berlin: Aufbau, 1946. A presentation copy. In original paper. In fine condition.. A presentation copy. In original paper. Inscribed to József Révai and his wife Lili Révai (written Józsi and Lili). 71, (1) p. József Révai (1898-1959) was a communist politician, one of the founders of the Hungarian Communist Party in 1918. He became friend with Lukács before the time of the Hungarian Soviet Republic. Révai was member of Lajos Kassák's Ma circle and published his poems in Kassák's periodicals. He was also member of the Galilei Circe the association of progressive left wing intellects, and the editor of "Vörös Újság" (Red Journal) the newspaper of the Hungarian communists. After the fall of the Hungarian Soviet Republic he fled to Vienna, where he worked as a journalist. In 1930 he went back to Hungary where he got arrested and sentenced to prison for three years. In 1934 he fled to the Soviet Union and worked for the Comintern. Révai went back to Hungary in 1944 as one of the four leaders of the communist dictatorship. Between 1945-1956 he was member of the Central Committee and the Political Committee (1945-1953, 1956). Révai was the Minister of Culture from 1949, controlled all aspects of the cultural life. Georg (György) Lukács (1885-1971) was a Marxists political thinker, aesthete, university teacher, politician, literary critic, member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Lukács was among the most important and most influential philosophers of the era, the founder of the tradition of Western Marxism. He studied in Budapest, Berlin where he made acquaintance with … [Click Below for Full Description]
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