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Shuvadip das Das Asked a Question
April 23, 2020 11:31 pmpts 30 pts
In Cultural Studies F. R. Leavis belongs to Marxist or not?
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  • Deb halder Halder
    you should not include F. R. Leavis in cultural studies as a theorist. it is against people like Leavis that cultural theorists like Raymond Williams are constricting their theory ...
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    Shuvadip das Das
    Thank you
  • Deb halder Halder thankyou
    cultural studies is a phenomenon of the 1960s when Raymond Williams and other Marxists redefined the field of culture and began to see culture as a way of life. this redefintion le...
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  • Sumayya siddiqui Best Answer
    No, Leavis is a kind of ‘practical critic’, but also, in his concern with the concrete specificity of the ‘text itself ’, the ‘words on the page’, a kind of New Critic too: ‘[the c...
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  • Sumayya siddiqui thankyou
    No, Leavis is a kind of ‘practical critic’, but also, in his concern with the concrete specificity of the ‘text itself ’, the ‘words on the page’, a kind of New Critic too: ‘[the c...
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  • Sumayya siddiqui
    No, Leavis is a kind of ‘practical critic’, but also, in his concern with the concrete specificity of the ‘text itself ’, the ‘words on the page’, a kind of New Critic too: ‘[the c...
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