By Casey Nelson Blake
Blake attracts on biography to stress the intersection of questions of self, tradition, and society of their demands a tradition of "personality" and "self-fulfillment." not like the tendency of earlier analyses to split those critics' cultural and autobiographical writings from their politics, Blake argues that their cultural feedback grew out of a thorough imaginative and prescient of self-realization via participation in a democratic tradition and polity. He additionally examines the younger American writers' interpretations of such turn-of-the-century radicals as William Morris, Henry George, John Dewey, and Patrick Geddes and exhibits that this adversary culture nonetheless deals vital insights into modern matters in American politics and culture.
Beloved Community reestablishes the democratic content material of the younger americans' excellent of "personality" and argues opposed to viewing a monolithic healing tradition because the sole successor to a Victorian "culture of character." The politics of selfhood that used to be so serious to the younger american citizens' venture has remained a contested terrain through the 20th century.
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Beloved Community: The Cultural Criticism of Randolph Bourne, Van Wyck Brooks, Waldo Frank, and Lewis Mumford (Cultural Studies of the United States) by Casey Nelson Blake