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To Hell with Culture
Anarchism and Twentieth-century British Literature
To Hell with Culture': Anarchism in Twentieth-Century British Literature explores the ways in which anarchism and anarcho-syndicalism made an impact in British twentieth-century literature.
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'This is a book about political fiction but without a gothic pinnacle in sight, which is a welcome relief ... pragmatic, universalist quality ... ' Planet "...fills a real gap and is a deeply engaging work that offers a lucid explanation of the impact of the anarchist movement on British literature of the past century." Carolyn Perry, Westminster College, Missouri "Readers interested in anarchist fiction and thought, as well as anybody curious about the relationship between politics and literature, will find in To Hell with Culture new insights and critical evaluations alike." Gerd Bayer (Erlangen), Journal for the Study of British Cultures 12.2 "Its contents provide a range of useful insights into the possibly undervalued presence of anarchist thought in literature." TLS