Art, Music & Literature

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Trotsky points to the necessity for art to exist free from political and social agendas, as well as from the shackles, the stereotypes, the dark ignorance of reactionary class rule.

£14.00 *

This anthology contains Voronsky's major literary critical essays. It includes writings on Tolstoy, Freud, Gorky, Pilnia, Frunze, Plekhanov, Esenin.

£19.99 *

Designed to give a sense of the historical formation of a Marxist literary tradition.

£23.99 *

An introduction to the works of Raymond Williams. Fourteen texts, covering a range of subjects, in one book.


Old price £11.99
£9.99 *

Articles on Greek literature, the language, economy, women and contemporary history

£12.50 *

Articles on social and cultural issues in the struggle to create the foundations of a new society. Leon Trotsky was a central leader of the October 1917 revolution in Russia.

£21.00 *

This book is the first dedicated to Martinet‘s life and work and contains many poems translated into English for the first time along with their French originals.

£12.50 *

What inspired Charles Dickens?  Michael Rosen helps answer this question and further explores the world of Charles Dickens and his best known novel

£4.99 *

Dave Harker describes Tressell‘s life, puts his book in its historical context, and traces its success over the past ninety-odd years.

£17.99 *

Andre Breton was the founder and major theorist of the surrealist movement, one of the most influential currents of twentieth-century art and criticism.


£30.00 *

A lucid summary of the complicated history of the Mexican Revolution and a tremendously readable introduction th the life and work of Diego Rivers.

£4.99 *

This is a book about the music of John Coltrane.

£19.00 *

A collection of angry, witty and heartfelt poems railing against poverty and inequality.


£4.00 *

Percy Shelley was a devoted and courageous advocate of Irish freedom. His poetry and prose had a seminal influence on Shaw, Joyce and O'Casey





£11.00 *

Black Music, White Business probes the principal contradiction in the jazz world: that between black artistry on the one hand and white ownership of the means of jazz distribution





£13.00 *
Singing from the Floor is the story of this remarkable movement, faithfully captured in the voices of those who formed it by JP Bean
£17.99 *

Revolutionary Rhymes is a brief history of class struggle and music in South Wales

£2.00 *

The life and times of Chilean folksinger Victor Jara, murdered in 1973 by the military after having worked to bring Salvador Allende into power and democracy to his country.

£12.99 *

Leon Trotsky penned this engaging book to elucidate the complex way in which art informs— and can alter—our understanding of the world. 

£12.99 *

Hull: A Different Sort of Culture aims to draw out some of rich the history and culture of working people in the city as the city marks being awarded the 'City of Culture' for 2017

£4.00 *
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