The Literature of Propaganda

The Literature of Propaganda

eBook - 2016
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Throughout history, literary works of all kinds have been used to spread propaganda and influence public opinion for or against one cause or another. The Literature of Propaganda examines these literary works and explores ways in which propaganda shapes public opinion, persuades its audience, and impacts society. Contains 300 entries that explore literary works that deal with propaganda. The set includes a wide variety of genres and has an international scope. It explores the works of authors shaped by a variety of political, social, and economic movements, and places each work in its historical context. Each entry includes an overview of the work, historical context, primary themes and style, and critical discussion.
Publisher: Boston, Massachusetts : Credo Reference, 2016.
Detroit [Michigan] : St. James Press, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning, [2013]
Edition: Enhanced Credo edition
ISBN: 9781785397943
1558628789
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9781558628588
Characteristics: 1 online resource (326 entries) :,300 images ;,digital files.
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