Mikhail Lifshitz

Lifshitz in the early 1930s Mikhail Aleksandrovich Lifshitz (; July 23, 1905, in Melitopol, Tavria (Crimea) – September 28, 1983, in Moscow) was a Soviet Marxian literary critic and philosopher of art who had a long and controversial career in the former Soviet Union. In the 1930s, he strongly influenced Marxist views on aesthetics while being a close associate of György Lukács. He also published important compilations of early Marxist literature on the role of art. In 1975, he was elected as a full member of the USSR Academy of Arts. Provided by Wikipedia

by Lifshits, Mikhail
Published 2012
Springer Berlin Heidelberg