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What Is Art? (Unabridged) [Unabridged Nonfiction]

by Leo Tolstoy

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Tolstoy claims that all good art is related to the authentic life of the broader community and that the aesthetic value of a work of art is not independent of its moral content. The book is noteworthy not only for its famous iconoclasm and compelling attacks on the aestheticist notion of "art for art's sake" but even more for its wit, its lucid and beautiful prose, and its sincere expression of the deepest social conscience. Tolstoy is an author critics typically rank alongside Shakespeare and Homer. A sustained consideration of the cultural import of art by someone who himself was an artist of the highest stature will always remain relevant and fascinating to anyone interested in the place of art and literature in society.

Leo Tolstoy, What Is Art? (Unabridged) [Unabridged  Nonfiction]
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  • Narrator: Geoffrey Blaisdell
  • Published: 2008
  • Category: Non-Fiction
  • Provider: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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