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Un héritage impossible ? Les paradoxes de l’antiromantisme marxiste

Abstract : Even though the young Marx’ texts imagine themselves for a time after the Romantic era, they carry the marks of the admirations and rejections, contacts and tensions he entertained with the movement. Marx has no anti-romantic discourse to utter, nor does he imagine a poetics that would debase it. But an anti-romantic Marxism does exist, whose roots come from deep within the history of the proletarian movement, and which became, under Stalinism, an aggressive vulgate. Marxist criticism has echoed it, or not: romanticism is for it an issue. This paper focuses on the diversity of Marxist discourses on romanticism, pointing in particular to the distance between Marx and those who see themselves as his heirs.
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François Vanoosthuyse. Un héritage impossible ? Les paradoxes de l’antiromantisme marxiste. Romantisme : la revue du dix-neuvième siècle, Armand Colin, 2018, 4 (182), pp.37-48. ⟨hal-02270398⟩

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