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This chapter discusses Lukács' position on modernism and realism. During the 1950s, Lukács was a leading figure in the Leninist opposition to Stalin. He consistently opposed Stalinism and campaigned for the democratisation of existing communism. The chapter also discusses the reconstructed model of Lukácsian cinematic realism.

Lukácsian film theory and cinema

A study of Georg Lukács’ writings on film, 1913–71

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