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Mu Marxist Criticism
Transcript of Mu Marxist Criticism
Redistribution of wealth
No institutionalized religion
Seeing everyone as a mass They also believe that the relationship between base and superstructure may be indirect and fluid; every change in economics may not be reflected by an immediate change in ethics or literature.
Economics provides the base, and from the base comes the superstructure which includes the laws, politics, philosophy, and religion. What role does social class play in the work; what is the author's analysis of class relations?
How do characters overcome oppression?
What does the work say about oppression; or are social conflicts ignored or blamed elsewhere?
Does the work propose some form of utopian vision as a solution to the problems encountered in the work?
What cultural, economic, or political values does the text implicitly or explicitly promote? Abelardo Bernardo | Elisha Graham
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