Victor serge and the New York Anti‐Stalinist left

  title={Victor serge and the New York Anti‐Stalinist left},
  author={Alan M. Wald},
  pages={117 - 99}
  • A. Wald
  • Published 1 January 2000
  • Art
  • Critique


Surrender on Demand
The New York Intellectuals: The Rise and Decline of the Anti-Stalinist Left From the 1930s to the 1980s
In contrast to other scholars who emphasize the affinity of the "New York Intellectuals" for literary modernism and its largely Jewish composition as its defining characteristics, Wald finds these
Reflections on Anti-Communism
Ever since the Bolshevik Revolution of October 1917, anti-communism has been a dominant theme in the political warfare waged by conservative forces against the entire left, Communist and
The Unhappy Elitist: Victor Serge's Early Bolshevism
In his debates with Trotsky during the Thirties, and in the frequent retrospects over Soviet history which he conducted until his death in 1947, Victor Serge constantly counterposes the authoritarian
The Revolutionary Imagination: The Poetry and Politics of John Wheelwright and Sherry Mangan
In this study of two neglected New England poets, Alan Wald challenges the literary culture that has obscured the radical and Marxist heritage of American letters in our century. "Simply by aspiring
Victor Serge's The Case of Comrade Tulayev
ions. Serge's first three novels, Men in Prison, Birth of Our Power, and 62 THE MINNESOTA REVIEW Conquered City, were completed between 1929 and 1932. 2 They comprise an informal trilogy chronicling
The Life and Death of Leon Trotsky
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