György Lukács bibliography

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There follows a bibliography of György Lukács. György Lukács (13 April 1885– 4 June 1971) was a Hungarian Marxist philosopher and literary critic.

Books by Lukács in English[edit]

A date in brackets is that of the original publication in Hungarian or German.

  • 1950. Studies in European Realism. London: Hillway.[a]
  • 1962. [1947, Hun.] The Historical Novel. London: Merlin.
  • 1963. [1955, Ger.] The Meaning of Contemporary Realism. London: Merlin.[b]
  • 1964. [1947, Hun.] Essays on Thomas Mann. London: Merlin.
  • 1968. [1947, Ger.] Goethe and His Age. London: Merlin.
  • 1970. [1924, Ger.] Lenin. London: New Left Books.[c]
  • 1970. [1969, Ger.] Solzhenitsyn. London: Merlin.[c]
  • 1970. Writer and Critic, and Other Essays. Edited by Arthur Kahn. London: Merlin.
  • 1971. [1923, Ger.] History and Class Consciousness. London: Merlin.[c]
  • 1971. [1920, Ger.] The Theory of the Novel. London: Merlin.[c]
  • 1972. [1919, Hun.] Tactics and Ethics. Edited by Rodney Livingstone. London: New Left Books.
  • 1973. Marxism and Human Liberation. Edited by E. San Juan, Jr. New York: Dell.
  • 1974. Conversations with Lukács. Edited by Theo Pinkus. London: Merlin.[c]
  • 1974. [1910, Hun.] Soul and Form. London: Merlin.
  • 1975. [1948, Ger.] The Young Hegel. London: Merlin.[c]
  • 1978. The Ontology of Social Being. 1, Hegel's False and His Genuine Ontology. London: Merlin.
  • 1978. The Ontology of Social Being. 2, Marx's Basic Ontological Premises. London: Merlin.
  • 1980. [1954, Ger.] The Destruction of Reason. London: Merlin.
  • 1980. [1948, Ger.] Essays on Realism. Edited by Rodney Livingstone. London: Lawrence and Wishart.
  • 1980. The Ontology of Social Being. 3, Labour. London: Merlin.
  • 1983. Record of a Life. Edited by István Eörsi. London: Verso.
  • 1983. Reviews and Articles from "Die Rote Fahne". London: Merlin.
  • 1986. Selected Correspondence, 1902–1920. Edited by Judith Marcus and Zoltán Tar. New York: Columbia University Press.
  • 1991. The Process of Democratization. Albany: State University of New York Press.
  • 1993. [1951, Ger.] German Realists in the Nineteenth Century. Edited by Rodney Livingstone. London: Libris.[c]
  • 1995. The Lukács Reader. Edited by Arpad Kadarkay. Oxford: Blackwell.
  • 2002. [1996, Ger.] A Defence of "History and Class Consciousness." London: Verso.
  • 2010. [1910, Hun.] Soul and Form. New ed. Edited by John T. Sanders and Katie Terezakis. New York: Columbia University Press.
  • 2012. The Culture of People's Democracy. Edited by Tyrus Miller. Leiden: Brill.

Selected articles and book chapters by Lukács in English[edit]

  • 1920. "The Social Background of the White Terror." Workers' Dreadnaught, November 20: 1.
  • 1921. "The Problem of Communist Organization." Communist Review, October: 41–49.
  • 1934. "Marx and Engels on Problems of Dramaturgy." International Theatre, no. 2: 11–14.
  • 1934. "Propaganda or Partisanship?" Partisan Review 1, no. 2: 36–46.
  • 1935. "Nietzsche, Forerunner of Fascist Aesthetics." International Literature, no. 1: 67–80.
  • 1936. "Essay on the Novel." International Literature, no. 5: 68–74.
  • 1936. "The Intellectual Physiognomy of Literary Characters." International Literature, no. 8: 56–83.[d][e]
  • 1937. "Narration versus Description." Pt. 1. International Literature, no. 6: 96–112.[e]
  • 1937. "Narration versus Description." Pt. 2. International Literature, no. 7: 85–97.[e]
  • 1939. "On Socialist Realism." International Literature, no. 4–5: 87–96.
  • 1962. "Thomas Mann." New Left Review 16: 76–87.
  • 1966. "Technology and Social Relations." New Left Review 39: 27–34.
  • 1967. "Lessing's Minna von Barnhelm." International Social Science Journal 19, no. 4: 570–580.
  • 1970. "The Old Culture and the New Culture." Telos 5: 21–30.
  • 1970. "The Twin Crises." New Left Review 60: 36–47.
  • 1971. "Lukács on His Life and Work." New Left Review 68: 49–58.
  • 1972. "A Final Rethinking." Social Policy 3, no. 2: 4–8, 56–57.
  • 1972. "Labour as a Model of Social Practice." New Hungarian Quarterly 13, no. 47: 5–43.
  • 1972. "Max Weber and German Sociology." Economy and Society 1, no. 4: 386–398.
  • 1972. "On the Phenomenology of the Creative Process." Philosophical Forum 3, no. 3–4: 314–325.
  • 1972. "On the Poverty of Spirit." Philosophical Forum 3, no. 3–4: 371–385.
  • 1973. "Approximation to Life in the Novel and the Play." In Sociology of Literature and Drama, edited by Elizabeth Burns and Tom Burns, 280–295. Harmondsworth: Penguin.
  • 1975. "Franz Kafka or Thomas Mann?" In Marxists on Literature, edited by David Craig, 380–394. Harmondsworth: Penguin.[f]
  • 1975. "Tolstoy and the Development of Realism." In Marxists on Literature, edited by David Craig, 282–345. Harmondsworth: Penguin.[g]
  • 1975. Hauser, Arnold, and György Lukács. "On Youth, Art and Philosophy: A 1969 Radio Meeting." New Hungarian Quarterly 16, no. 58: 96–105.
  • 1977. "Bolshevism as a Moral Problem." Social Research 44, no. 3: 416–424.
  • 1977. "Realism in the Balance." In Aesthetics and Politics, 28–59. London: New Left Books.
  • 1977. "An Unpublished Letter by Georg Lukács." Science and Society 41, no. 1: 66–68.
  • 1978. "On Bertolt Brecht." New Left Review 110: 88–92.
  • 1978. "On Walter Benjamin." New Left Review 110: 83–88.
  • 1983. "Gelebtes Denken: An Autobiographical Sketch." New Hungarian Quarterly 24, no. 89: 66–95.
  • 1985. "The Present and Future of Democratization." New Hungarian Quarterly 26, no. 97: 100–114.
  • 1991. "Georg Simmel." Theory, Culture and Society 8, no. 3: 145–150.
  • 1998. "Aesthetic Culture." Yale Journal of Criticism 11, no. 2: 365–379.

Selected books on Lukács in English[edit]

General and biographical studies[edit]

  • Arato, Andrew, and Paul Breines. The Young Lukács and the Origins of Western Marxism. New York: Seabury, 1979.
  • Bahr, Ehrhard, and Ruth Goldschmidt Kunzer. Georg Lukács. Modern Literature Monographs. New York: Frederick Ungar, 1972.
  • Bewes, Timothy, and Timothy Hall, eds. Georg Lukács: The Fundamental Dissonance of Existence. London: Continuum, 2011.
  • Congdon, Lee. The Young Lukács. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1983.
  • Corredor, Eva L., ed. Lukács After Communism: Interviews with Contemporary Intellectuals. Post-Contemporary Interventions. Durham: Duke University Press, 1997.
  • Fekete, Eva, and Eva Karadi, eds. György Lukács: His Life in Pictures and Documents. Budapest: Corvina, 1981.
  • Gluck, Mary. Georg Lukács and His Generation, 1900–1918. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1985.
  • Heller, Agnes, ed. Lukács Revalued. Oxford: Blackwell, 1983.[h]
  • Illés, László, Farkas József, Miklós Szabolcsi, and István Szerdahelyi, eds. Hungarian Studies on György Lukács. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 1993.
  • Joós, Ernest, ed. George Lukács and His World: A Reassessment. New York: Peter Lang, 1987.
  • Kadarkay, Arpad. Georg Lukács: Life, Thought and Politics. Oxford: Blackwell, 1991.
  • Lichtheim, George. Lukács. Modern Masters. London: Fontana, 1970.[i]
  • Löwy, Michael. Georg Lukács: From Romanticism to Bolshevism. London: New Left Books, 1979.
  • Marcus, Judith, and Zoltán Tar, eds. Georg Lukács: Theory, Culture and Politics. New Brunswick: Transaction, 1989.
  • Parkinson, G. H. R. Georg Lukács. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1977.
  • ———, ed. Georg Lukács: The Man, His Work and His Ideas. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1969.
  • Rockmore, Tom, ed. Lukács Today: Essays in Marxist Philosophy. Dordrecht: D. Reidel, 1988.
  • Sim, Stuart. Georg Lukács. Modern Cultural Theorists. New York: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1994.
  • Thompson, Michael J. Georg Lukács Reconsidered: Critical Essays in Politics, Philosophy and Aesthetics. London: Continuum, 2011.
  • Zitta, Victor. Georg Lukács' Marxism: Alienation, Dialectics, Revolution. The Hague: Martin Nijhoff, 1964.

Special studies[edit]

  • Aitken, Ian. Lukácsian Film Theory and Cinema: A Study of Georg Lukács' Writings on Film, 1913–71. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2012.
  • Bernstein, J. M. The Philosophy of the Novel: Lukács, Marxism, and the Dialectics of Form. Brighton: Harvester, 1984.
  • Corredor, Eva L. György Lukács and the Literary Pretext. New York: Peter Lang, 1987.
  • Joós, Ernest. Lukács' Last Autocriticism: The "Ontology." Atlantic Highlands: Humanities Press, 1983.
  • Királyfalvi, Béla. The Aesthetics of György Lukács. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1975.
  • Mészáros, István. Lukács' Concept of Dialectic. London: Merlin, 1972.
  • Rockmore, Tom. Irrationalism: Lukács and the Marxist View of Reason. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1993.
  • Shafai, Fariborz. The Ontology of Georg Lukács: Studies in Materialist Dialectics. Avebury Series in Philosophy. Aldershot: Avebury, 1996.
  • Varga, Csaba. The Place of Law in Lukács' World Concept. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 1985. (Rev. ed. 1998.)
  • Vazsonyi, Nicholas. Lukács Reads Goethe: From Aestheticism to Stalinism. Studies in German Literature, Linguistics, and Culture. Columbia: Camden House, 1997.

Joint studies[edit]

  • Feenberg, Andrew. Lukács, Marx, and the Sources of Critical Theory. Oxford: Martin Robertson, 1981.
  • Goldmann, Lucien. Lukács and Heidegger: Towards a New Philosophy. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1977.
  • Marcus, Judith. Georg Lukács and Thomas Mann: A Study in the Sociology of Literature. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1987.
  • Pike, David. Lukács and Brecht. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1985.
  • Tihanov, Galin. The Master and the Slave: Lukács, Bakhtin, and the Ideas of Their Time. Oxford: Clarendon, 2000.

Bibliographies[edit]

  • Ambrus, János. A Selected Bibliography of Works by Georg Lukács. Budapest: Lukács Archives and Library, 1988.
  • Lapointe, François H. Georg Lukács and His Critics. Westport: Greenwood, 1983.
  • Murphy, Peter. Writings By and About Georg Lukács. Bibliographical Series. New York: American Institute for Marxist Studies, 1976.
  • Nordquist, Joan. Georg Lukács. Social Theory. Santa Cruz: Reference and Research Services, 1988.

Key[edit]

  1. ^ Also published by Merlin, 1972.
  2. ^ Also published with different prefaces as Realism in Our Time (New York: Harper and Row, 1964).
  3. ^ a b c d e f g Also published in Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press.
  4. ^ Republished in Lee Baxandall, ed., Radical Perspectives in the Arts (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1972), 89–141.
  5. ^ a b c A different translation published in the author's Writer and Critic (1970).
  6. ^ Previously published in the author's The Meaning of Contemporary Realism (1963).
  7. ^ Previously published in the author's Studies in European Realism (1950).
  8. ^ Also published as Lukács Reappraised (New York: Columbia University Press, 1983).
  9. ^ Also published as Georg Lukács (New York: Viking, 1970).