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The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism
It is useful to divide post-war Italian intellectual culture into three distinct yet overlapping phases. Accordingly, the first period --1944 to 1968 --distinguishes itself by a systematic process of institution building that promoted knowledge organisation from a Marxist perspective. Against opposing ideas from the centre (Crocean liberal secularism and catholic modernity) and the right of centre (conservative Catholicism), Marxist intellectuals increasingly hegemonised the public sphere.doi:10.1017/chol9780521300148.012 fatcat:nc6g3vmfovehjgspx47xzk6rsa