The Soul and Forms of Georg Lukács

Thesis Eleven 24 (1):90-111 (1989)

The critic is one who glimpses destiny in forms: whose most profound experience is the soul-content which forms indi rectly and unconsciously conceal within themselves.1 Georg Lukács, 1910
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