By: Darko Suvin
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“Poetry and communism: forms for emancipatory egalitarian longing. As vectors of desire, they intertwine frustration and hope, utopia and organization, bread and roses. They call us to attend to the past, not just to survive, but to establish again the revolutionary horizon we need to live. Communism and poetry: Darko Suvin shows us how they are the same.”
― Jodi Dean, author of Comrade: An Essay on Political Belonging
“Darko Suvin is an inspiring writer. His intellect and his commitment shine through every passage in his work, which encompasses several disciplines, several languages, and many countries. His prose, at once elegant and forceful, reminds us continuously of how the great achievements of human culture reflect or impinge on the core struggle to bring about a world in which the barriers of class – and all other pretexts for domination – have been broken down.”
― Victor Wallis, author of Red-Green Revolution: The Politics and Technology of Ecosocialism and Democracy Denied: Five Lectures on U.S. Politics