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Marx's Eighteenth Brumaire (Post)Modern Interpretations

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ISBN-10: 0745318304

ISBN-13: 9780745318301

Edition: 2002

Authors: Mark Cowling, James Martin, James A. Martin

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This volume contains a translation of the Eighteenth Brumaire by Terrell Carver, together with a series of essays on the importance of the Brumaire in Marx's canon.
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Book details

Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Pluto Press
Publication date: 9/20/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 280
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

Mark Cowling is Principal Lecturer in Politics at the University of Teesside in England.

Acknowledgements
Introduction
The Text
The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte
The Eighteenth Brumaire as Discourse
Imagery/Writing, Imagination/Politics: Reading Marx through the Eighteenth Brumaire
Performing Politics: Class, Ideology and Discourse in Marx's Eighteenth Brumaire
The Eighteenth Brumaire as History
Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte: 'Hero' or 'Grotesque Mediocrity'?
The Appeal of Bonapartism
The Autonomy of the State?
The Political Scene and the Politics of Representation: Periodising Class Struggle and the State in the Eighteenth Brumaire
Making Sense of the 'Relative Autonomy' of the State
The Eighteenth Brumaire, Classes and Class Struggle, Then and Now
The Eighteenth Brumaire and Thatcherism
Marx's Lumpenproletariat and Murray's Underclass: Concepts Best Abandoned?
Here Content Transcends Phrase: The Eighteenth Brumaire as the Key to Understanding Marx's Critique of Utopian Socialism
Notes on the Contributors
Index