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Archer JR. John Berger's Anti-Utopian Politics of Survivalism. 2009.
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John Berger's Anti-Utopian Politics of Survivalism
Utopianism in political theory and literature provides a context to a discussion on the Marxist writing of John Berger on politics and literature. The role of aesthetics in John Berger's writing and criticism is considered with special reference to his longstanding work on the politics of peasant survivalism. This is most evident in volume one of his imaginative trilogy of peasant culture in modern times, Into their Labours.