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idea of art as propaganda in France 1750-1799

S. A. Leith

idea of art as propaganda in France 1750-1799

a study in the history of ideas

by S. A. Leith

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Published by Toronto U.P. .
Written in English


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Statementby S.A. Leith.
SeriesUniversity of Toronto romance series -- no.8
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19574794M

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Leith (pp. ) Review by: Diane M. Kelder. The Idea of Art as Propaganda in France, by James A. Leith. University of Toronto, pp., $ The Stalinists were not the first to face the task of converting art to propaganda, (One recalls Ilya Ehrenburg’s frantic axiom that books should be written “for one second” if.

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