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Prompted by the Bennie poems, Holcomb contends, "Constab Ballads autographs the colonialist-imperialist policing of queer black proletarianism at the outset of McKay's vocation" (Claude McKay 78).
The build ing's institutional architecture, mostly reserved these days for elementary schools and county lockups, is like a time capsule of Depression--era proletarianism.
The book's overall fabric, however, is only slightly undermined in using spatial/cultural transcendence of American exceptionalism and Marxist proletarianism as segue into South Asian territorial issues; this strategy belies the raison d'etre of this compilation in the first place-examining "Affect and attachment towards land in South Asia" (9).
Similarly, in "Modern Man and His Categories of Thought" (1946), Lewis criticized proletarianism for its spiritually enervating effects on the poor working class, particularly with respect to individual responsibility: "They are convinced that whatever may be wrong with the world it cannot be themselves.
According to David Carter, the early 1930s was 'the initial moment of literary proletarianism and the left avant-garde in Australia,' for only then did Australian writers and Communist intellectuals begin to discuss the value of experimental modernist techniques and forms.
Similarly, as Halperin (1990) has pointed out, it is not convincing to argue that "because feudal peasants work with their hands and factory laborers work with their hands, feudal peasantry was the form that proletarianism took before the rise of industrial capitalism" (p.
It was hard to grasp the real nature of this proletarianism then, and it is harder still in retrospect,' he frankly admits about the new, increasingly dominant, element in Labour politics; but a fuller analysis, perhaps going back to the 1950s and the tendency of British sociology and reportage as well as fiction and films to glorify the working class, would have been invaluable.
By way of sweat, these works enter into dialogue with proletarianism and agrarianism, two contemporaneous political and ideological movements that Faulkner explicitly addressed in one of the two introductions he drafted for a 1933 edition of The Soundand the Fury.
Chinas pragmatism became more open when it dumped its ideology of proletarianism, and embarked on the path of home-grown economic reforms, which have largely informed its African policy.
When proletarianism extends to ever-widening spheres of activity through progress in automated tasks, the result is psychic and collective disindividuation, which ruins the meaning of existence.