Marxist Criticism: Definition & Examples Video


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What is Marxist criticism?

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1. What book did Karl Marx write?

2. What is the name for the class of people that are oppressed in Marxist view of society?

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Taking a look at the quiz and worksheet lets you gauge your knowledge of the definition and examples of Marxist criticism. The people oppressed in Marxist society and a book that Karl Marx wrote are topics on the quiz.

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  • A relationship in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn that is an example of Marxist theory
  • The definition of Marxist criticism
  • A piece of modern literature that is a good example of Marxist criticism
  • Book that Karl Marx wrote

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  • Contributions of Karl Marx
  • Arguments made by Marxist criticism
  • Roles of the proletariat and bourgeoisie