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Critics and Marxist Institutions Meanwhile, it was far from the university setting that the rapprochement would occur. Even if Marx and Engels themselves left behind only a few lines about literature, in which they expressed their admiration for Balzac, Marxist literary theory would be developed and deepened by several social thinkers in the early years of the 20th century Franz Mehring in Die Lessing-Legende in , Clara Zetkin in Kunst und Proletariat in Subsequent to the Revolution, intellectuals would seize upon the literary question in order to establish a revolutionary literature.

There, there was not only a battle of ideas for or against a proletarian literature, for or against socialist realism but also competition among institutions. The debate went international very quickly: in all countries where the Communist International Comintern spread, a reflection on the roles of literature in the revolutionary combat took hold, or developed.

Several theoretical discourses appeared in non-university and often ephemeral publication settings, whether they be in Germany, France, Russia or the United States, by means of congresses, meetings, petitions, and debates.

These international networks evolved outside of the universities due to the prestige enjoyed at the time by intellectuals and to newspaper and publishing outlets.

All of that would come to an end in the mids with the elimination of organisations and when a yoke of rigid thought was imposed on Communist authors and thinkers including Christopher Caudwell in Great Britain, Paul Nizan in France, Upton Sinclair in the United States with socialist realism as the sole horizon.

For him, the so-called Realist work that he contrasted with Naturalism and Modernism presents typical characters who carry within themselves contradictions forming the dialectic of the transposed real world, which makes this type of oeuvre the only one capable of expressing a coherent and non-decomposable historic totality. Thus he subscribes to the Marxist axiom according to which the real is positively knowable: sufficient study of socio-historical determinations allows an understanding of the rationality not only of what was produced in the past but also of future evolutions.

In contrast to this rigidity and to the obsession with monosemy, thinkers and practitioners chose instead to question the role of negativity disclosed by major literary works. Adorno, Walter Benjamin or Herbert Marcuse with no one leader being declared.

These researchers would not focus on literature as such but produce key works on art during the era of cultural industries [ See Theodor Adorno's text ].

In between the vanguard group and the scholarly institution, the College held weekly conferences and was a site for interdisciplinary research sociology, anthropology, biology, art, psychoanalysis where sociological discourse and literary discourse interacted with one another.

In France, it was time for alliance among disciplines and for research in areas where they intersected social psychology, economic history, sociology of politics even if philosophy still remained the crowning discipline. This work [ See Pierre Macherey's book ] has had a major impact on the English-speaking world where it is still considered an unavoidable milestone.

They also had much in common: their proximity to Marxist thought, which both claimed in several respects, and a holistic approach aimed at understanding the process of creation Goldmann and transmission Escarpit of the literary in its entirety. Sociological studies of literature also flourished outside of France. During this time, amongst English speakers, the Birmingham School of Cultural Studies became dominant and separated from the sociological studies practised in the French-speaking world, although there was a mingling of some authors of French Theory such as Michel Foucault Cusset, These two decades are also those in which disciplines which once were mixed in with the sociology of literature gained their independence, although the primary focus is on theories of the text.

In the field of literary studies, as in others, the work of Pierre Bourdieu has had a remarkable influence even in the resistances and rejections that it has engendered, notably because it applies the same mechanisms and concepts habitus, illusio, autonomy to the literary field as those at work in other social fields.

For literary scholars, the beginning of the s saw the emergence of sociocriticism. One should say sociocriticisms because both Claude Duchet and Edmond Cros devised a distinct theoretical arsenal at the same time under the same banner.

All were authors who called for sociological theories as much as they did for analyses of literary texts. More radically than his colleagues, Duchet claimed that it is in the work, and only in the work, that networks of signification operate. Reality only appears in fiction in the form of an analogon and is therefore out of reach in fiction. Sociocriticism then developed in several directions, under several names and in several places.

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At the same time, outside of France, it seems as though the opposition between internal and external analysis was not as extreme. Later, Dubois would turn to a literary sociology of realist novels informed primarily by Bourdieu [ See Jacques Dubois' article ].

During this time, in the Dutch-speaking part of the country, more precisely among translation specialists at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, another theoretical group discovered fertile ground.

Following the Literature and Translation. He envisaged a system of relationships among elements in particular between one language and another [ See Itamar Even-Zohar's book ].

This polysystem, equipped with different centres and peripheries, has a directory of norms and models that prioritize relationships within each system. This approach by systems that Niklas Luhmann would develop in his own way in in Die Kunst der Gesellschaft, translated in under the title Art as a Social System has taken root without, however, creating much dialogue with French-speaking scholars interested in literature as a social object, all trends combined.

It is also important to differentiate studies that deal with the reception and reading of literary works. The Bordeaux School had already focussed on empirical data on book distribution and on the social composition of reading audiences.

In the final third of the century, Hans Robert Jauss and Wolfgang Iser, primary representatives of what became known as the Constance School, from the name of the German city where both taught, proposed an approach centered around the relationship between text and reader, more precisely on the responses that various publics, specialised or not, manifest towards texts and their aesthetics.

At the present time, with the advent of digital reading, works on reading and on literacy are still appealing, but lack a unified network. The Years The years , compared to those that preceded them, were less marked by new theoretical propositions with sociological labels. No doubt, this was caused by cross-pollinations among disciplines that had become autonomous and institutionalised and the subject of journals, associations and specialised comprehensive bibliographies: discourse analysis, history of the book, cultural history, the sociology of intellectuals, cultural studies, studies of media culture, sociology of visual arts.

An added factor was the domination in France of the field theory and of sociocriticism, while the British at the Birmingham School were having a huge influence in the United States. Australia and English Canada Jackson, were also hospitable territories for projects of this sort, while in the United States, the vast field of cultural studies, gender studies and postcolonial studies had constructed a theoretical corpus of its own Spivak, Appadurai, Foucault among others.

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The sociology of African literary fields has, moreover, mobilised a number of researchers in recent years. Some trends in intellectual production devoted to relationships between the literary and the social can be singled out.

In francophone literary studies, it has completely eclipsed interactionist sociology, that of Howard Becker in particular, according to which art is the product of the collaboration among mediators who act in a chain between the producer the author and the receiver the public.

Bourdieu generated an immense amount of critical literature in what we could begin to call Bourdieu Studies see Martin, , for more on this subject. Some of these works are of an explanatory nature, others take the form of a tribute, still others are resolutely committed to critiquing it.

Several theoretical discourses appeared in non-university and often ephemeral publication settings, whether they be in Germany, France, Russia or the United States, by means of congresses, meetings, petitions, and debates.

These international networks evolved outside of the universities due to the prestige enjoyed at the time by intellectuals and to newspaper and publishing outlets. All of that would come to an end in the mids with the elimination of organisations and when a yoke of rigid thought was imposed on Communist authors and thinkers including Christopher Caudwell in Great Britain, Paul Nizan in France, Upton Sinclair in the United States with socialist realism as the sole horizon.

For him, the so-called Realist work that he contrasted with Naturalism and Modernism presents typical characters who carry within themselves contradictions forming the dialectic of the transposed real world, which makes this type of oeuvre the only one capable of expressing a coherent and non-decomposable historic totality. Thus he subscribes to the Marxist axiom according to which the real is positively knowable: sufficient study of socio-historical determinations allows an understanding of the rationality not only of what was produced in the past but also of future evolutions.

In contrast to this rigidity and to the obsession with monosemy, thinkers and practitioners chose instead to question the role of negativity disclosed by major literary works.

Adorno, Walter Benjamin or Herbert Marcuse with no one leader being declared.

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These researchers would not focus on literature as such but produce key works on art during the era of cultural industries [ See Theodor Adorno's text ]. In between the vanguard group and the scholarly institution, the College held weekly conferences and was a site for interdisciplinary research sociology, anthropology, biology, art, psychoanalysis where sociological discourse and literary discourse interacted with one another.

In France, it was time for alliance among disciplines and for research in areas where they intersected social psychology, economic history, sociology of politics even if philosophy still remained the crowning discipline.

This work [ See Pierre Macherey's book ] has had a major impact on the English-speaking world where it is still considered an unavoidable milestone. They also had much in common: their proximity to Marxist thought, which both claimed in several respects, and a holistic approach aimed at understanding the process of creation Goldmann and transmission Escarpit of the literary in its entirety.

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Sociological studies of literature also flourished outside of France. During this time, amongst English speakers, the Birmingham School of Cultural Studies became dominant and separated from the sociological studies practised in the French-speaking world, although there was a mingling of some authors of French Theory such as Michel Foucault Cusset, These two decades are also those in which disciplines which once were mixed in with the sociology of literature gained their independence, although the primary focus is on theories of the text.

In the field of literary studies, as in others, the work of Pierre Bourdieu has had a remarkable influence even in the resistances and rejections that it has engendered, notably because it applies the same mechanisms and concepts habitus, illusio, autonomy to the literary field as those at work in other social fields. For literary scholars, the beginning of the s saw the emergence of sociocriticism.

One should say sociocriticisms because both Claude Duchet and Edmond Cros devised a distinct theoretical arsenal at the same time under the same banner. All were authors who called for sociological theories as much as they did for analyses of literary texts. More radically than his colleagues, Duchet claimed that it is in the work, and only in the work, that networks of signification operate. Reality only appears in fiction in the form of an analogon and is therefore out of reach in fiction.

Sociocriticism then developed in several directions, under several names and in several places. Peter V. At the same time, outside of France, it seems as though the opposition between internal and external analysis was not as extreme. Later, Dubois would turn to a literary sociology of realist novels informed primarily by Bourdieu [ See Jacques Dubois' article ].

During this time, in the Dutch-speaking part of the country, more precisely among translation specialists at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, another theoretical group discovered fertile ground. Following the Literature and Translation. He envisaged a system of relationships among elements in particular between one language and another [ See Itamar Even-Zohar's book ].

This polysystem, equipped with different centres and peripheries, has a directory of norms and models that prioritize relationships within each system.

This approach by systems that Niklas Luhmann would develop in his own way in in Die Kunst der Gesellschaft, translated in under the title Art as a Social System has taken root without, however, creating much dialogue with French-speaking scholars interested in literature as a social object, all trends combined.

It is also important to differentiate studies that deal with the reception and reading of literary works. The Bordeaux School had already focussed on empirical data on book distribution and on the social composition of reading audiences.

In the final third of the century, Hans Robert Jauss and Wolfgang Iser, primary representatives of what became known as the Constance School, from the name of the German city where both taught, proposed an approach centered around the relationship between text and reader, more precisely on the responses that various publics, specialised or not, manifest towards texts and their aesthetics. At the present time, with the advent of digital reading, works on reading and on literacy are still appealing, but lack a unified network.

The Years The years , compared to those that preceded them, were less marked by new theoretical propositions with sociological labels. No doubt, this was caused by cross-pollinations among disciplines that had become autonomous and institutionalised and the subject of journals, associations and specialised comprehensive bibliographies: discourse analysis, history of the book, cultural history, the sociology of intellectuals, cultural studies, studies of media culture, sociology of visual arts.

An added factor was the domination in France of the field theory and of sociocriticism, while the British at the Birmingham School were having a huge influence in the United States. Australia and English Canada Jackson, were also hospitable territories for projects of this sort, while in the United States, the vast field of cultural studies, gender studies and postcolonial studies had constructed a theoretical corpus of its own Spivak, Appadurai, Foucault among others.

The sociology of African literary fields has, moreover, mobilised a number of researchers in recent years. Some trends in intellectual production devoted to relationships between the literary and the social can be singled out.

In francophone literary studies, it has completely eclipsed interactionist sociology, that of Howard Becker in particular, according to which art is the product of the collaboration among mediators who act in a chain between the producer the author and the receiver the public. Bourdieu generated an immense amount of critical literature in what we could begin to call Bourdieu Studies see Martin, , for more on this subject.

Some of these works are of an explanatory nature, others take the form of a tribute, still others are resolutely committed to critiquing it. Bernard Lahire carried out his own research on literature in Franz Kafka. Luc Boltanski, another heir to Bourdieu who distanced himself from him, created an a-critical constructivist sociology. Explanation of works, trajectories or positions by external criteria is replaced by explicitness, that is to say, by highlighting the internal consistency of representation systems.

The journal Opus, an organ of French sociologists of art, demonstrates, moreover, a methodological openness to a variety of sociological approaches, notably to sociology of intermediation stemming from Art Worlds by Howard Becker [ See Delphine Naudier's article ]. Sociocriticism has also been productive over the recent decades.No doubt, this was caused by cross-pollinations among disciplines that had become autonomous and institutionalised and the subject of journals, associations and specialised comprehensive bibliographies: discourse analysis, history of the book, cultural history, the sociology of intellectuals, cultural studies, studies of media culture, sociology of visual arts.

All of that would come to an end in the mids with the elimination of organisations and when a yoke of rigid thought was imposed on Communist authors and thinkers including Christopher Caudwell in Great Britain, Paul Nizan in France, Upton Sinclair in the United States with socialist realism as the sole horizon. Download PDF Introduction If there is one thing that those who have taken a retrospective look at the relationships between the literary and the social agree on, it is the difficulty of their task: everyone insists on instability, fragmentation, the impossible synthesis.

These two decades are also those in which disciplines which once were mixed in with the sociology of literature gained their independence, although the primary focus is on theories of the text.

Bernard Lahire carried out his own research on literature in Franz Kafka. Reality only appears in fiction in the form of an analogon and is therefore out of reach in fiction.

Australia and English Canada Jackson, were also hospitable territories for projects of this sort, while in the United States, the vast field of cultural studies, gender studies and postcolonial studies had constructed a theoretical corpus of its own Spivak, Appadurai, Foucault among others.

Later, Dubois would turn to a literary sociology of realist novels informed primarily by Bourdieu [ See Jacques Dubois' article ]. During this time, amongst English speakers, the Birmingham School of Cultural Studies became dominant and separated from the sociological studies practised in the French-speaking world, although there was a mingling of some authors of French Theory such as Michel Foucault Cusset, Access options available:.