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Natalya Goncharova, The Cyclist 1913<br />
Natalya Goncharova, <br />The Electric Light 1913<br />
Aleksandra Exter, <br />Ville la Nuit 1913<br />
Antonio Sant'Elia<br />1914<br />
Blast, British literary magazine, 1914-1915<br />
V. Lenin, Oct. 8, 1920<br />The proletarian culture “must not advance ‘special ideas, but Marxism,” since, “Soviet Russia ...
Social Realism<br />
We, Entry 12<br />“Poetry today is not some impudent nightingale’s piping — poetry is government service, poetry is useful...
We, Entry 30<br />
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Zamyatin the modernist

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Zamyatin the modernist

  1. 1. Natalya Goncharova, The Cyclist 1913<br />
  2. 2. Natalya Goncharova, <br />The Electric Light 1913<br />
  3. 3. Aleksandra Exter, <br />Ville la Nuit 1913<br />
  4. 4. Antonio Sant'Elia<br />1914<br />
  5. 5. Blast, British literary magazine, 1914-1915<br />
  6. 6. V. Lenin, Oct. 8, 1920<br />The proletarian culture “must not advance ‘special ideas, but Marxism,” since, “Soviet Russia needed ‘not the invention of a new proletarian culture but the development of the best forms, traditions, and results of existing culture from the viewpoint of the philosophy of Marxism and the living conditions and struggle of the proletariat in the period of the dictatorship.’”<br />Louis Fischer, The Life of Lenin (Harper and Row, 1964), p. 492.<br />
  7. 7. Social Realism<br />
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  9. 9. We, Entry 12<br />“Poetry today is not some impudent nightingale’s piping — poetry is government service, poetry is usefulness.”<br />Tr. Clarence Brown (Penguin, 1993) p. 67.<br />
  10. 10. We, Entry 30<br />

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