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Extra info for Cultural Theory and Popular Culture: An Introduction (5th Edition)
Why did Arnold think like this? The answer has a great deal to do with the historical changes witnessed by the nineteenth century. When he recommends culture ‘as the great help out of our present difficulties’ (6), it is these changes he has in mind. The ‘present difficulties’ have a double context. On the one hand, they are the immediate ‘problems’ raised by the granting of the franchise to the male urban working class. On the other, they are recognition of a historical process that had been in play from at least the eighteenth century (the development of industrial capitalism).
What we are presented with is not a historical account, but a literary myth to draw attention to the nature of our supposed loss: ‘the memory of the old order must be the chief incitement towards a new’ (Leavis and Thompson, 1977: 97). But, although the organic community is lost, it is still possible to get access to its values and standards by reading works of great literature. Literature is a treasury embodying all that is to be valued in human experience. Unfortunately, literature as the jewel in the crown of culture, has, like culture, lost its authority.
40). Pupils can be asked to recall their own observations of the kind of people they may have seen visiting ‘shrines’ (51). In the light of the ‘Gresham Law’, what kind of influence do you expect the cinema to have on general taste and mentality? (114). What kind of standards are implied here? What would you judge to be the quality of the ‘literature’ he reads, and the reading he devotes to it? (119). Why do we wince at the mentality that uses this idiom? (121). [After describing the cinema as ‘cheapening, debasing, distorting’]: Develop the discussion of the educational value of cinema as suggested here (144).