"Marxism Today" published its last issue in 1991. It's never been more relevant http://t.co/mZ0B452iZ3— Arts & Letters Daily (@aldaily) October 1, 2015
@aldaily Right, so 'arts and letters' in the West = Marxism. About that agenda of Arts & Letters Daily ... #IrrelevantToMe— Mark Hubbard (@MarkHubbard33) October 1, 2015
@aldaily ... I should have said the once-great Arts and Letters Daily.— Mark Hubbard (@MarkHubbard33) October 1, 2015
As I say, we take this notion for granted, and yet as soon as one puts it into words one realizes how literature is menaced.
On a similar theme I've been receiving daily emails from LitHub (Google it) over the last six or so months: always interesting but up to a half of the links are to literary cultural Marxism, and its concomitant identity politics.