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" In the world today all culture, all literature and art belong to definite classes and are geared to definite political lines. There is in fact no such thing as art for art's sake, art that stands above classes or art that is detached from or independent... "
China: a Quarter Century After the Founding of the People's Republic: A ... - 80 페이지
저자: Mike Mansfield, United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations - 1975 - 91 페이지
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The Assault on Freedom: A Compendium of Theoretical and Policy Statements by ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary - 1971 - 220 페이지
...and this inevitably leads to a sharp struggle between the two lines. Chairman Mao has pointed out : "In the world today all culture, all literature and...classes and are geared to definite political lines." Different classes have different literature and art; the literary and art line of each class stems...
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Chinese Perspectives in Rhetoric and Communication

D. Ray Heisey - 2000 - 297 페이지
...politics. Basic assumption (b) gives rise to the major premise of the syllogism used in this part — "In the world today all culture, all literature and...classes and are geared to definite political lines" (Mao, 1971b, p. 27 1). The minor premise is implied — "proletarian literature and art are literature...
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The New Public Service, Expanded Edition: Serving, Not Steering

Janet Vinzant Denhardt - 2007 - 240 페이지
...the one hand and politics on the other. It seemed to Mao that in the contemporary world all culture, literature, and art belong to definite classes and are geared to definite political lines. There is no such thing as art for art's sake, art that stands above classes, art that is detached from or independent...
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The Chinese

Jasper Becker - 2000 - 464 페이지
...gave a series of instructions, later known as the 'Talks at the Yan'an Forum on Literature and Arts': 'There is in fact no such thing as art for art's sake, art that stands above the classes, art that is detached from or independent of politics. Proletarian literature, and art...
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The Columbia Guide to Modern Chinese History

R. Keith Schoppa - 2000 - 320 페이지
.... .... In the world today all culture, all art and literature belong to definite classes and follow definite political lines. There is in fact no such thing as art for art's sake, art which stands above classes or art which mns parallel to or remains independent of politics. Proletarian...
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Culture and Customs of China

Richard Gunde - 2002 - 254 페이지
...of their message, was very much in line with traditional notions. Mao Zedong declared in 1942 that "all culture, all literature and art belong to definite...lines. There is in fact no such thing as art for art's sake."3 In addition to didacticism, another central feature of Chinese writing is that almost every...
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Wild Ginger: A Novel

Anchee Min - 2004 - 240 페이지
...practiced the drill, other groups joined in. All of a sudden, the air boiled. I swayed my props and sang, "'In the world today all culture, all literature and...classes and are geared to definite political lines.'" I looked for Evergreen and located him way up in the back by an exit door. "'There is in fact no such...
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The Chinese

Jasper Becker - 2002 - 496 페이지
...gave a series of instructions, later known as the 'Talks at the Yan'an Forum on Literature and Arts': 'There is in fact no such thing as art for art's sake, art that stands above the classes, art that is detached from or independent of politics. Proletarian literature, and art...
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Rhapsody in Red: How Western Classical Music Became Chinese

Sheila Melvin, Jindong Cai - 2004 - 362 페이지
...questions, Mao went on to emphasize what he saw as the political nature of all art: In the world today, all literature and art belong to definite classes...art for art's sake, art that stands above classes or art that is detached from or independent of politics.14 In other words, art and literature would...
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Rhetoric of the Chinese Cultural Revolution: The Impact on Chinese Thought ...

Xing Lu - 2004 - 250 페이지
...experiences of the proletarian class and edify the workers, peasants, soldiers, and cadres. In his words, "There is in fact no such thing as art for art's sake, art that stands above classes or art that is detached from or independent of politics. . . . Literature and art are subordinate to...
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