- Title Pages
- List of Illustrations
- Preface and Acknowledgments
1Childhood in a Troubled Land, 1896–1914
2“The Ineptitude of Command,” 1915–1921
3Wandering Russians, 1921–1925
4“The Best Pupil in the Class,” 1925–1929
5“Under Rivera’s Guidance,” 1929–1931
6“Perhaps the Most Gifted of the Local Muralists,” 1931–1935
7King of Parilia, 1935–1941
8Art, Politics, and War, 1941–1945
9DETCOM and COMSAB, 1945–1953
10“An Unwanted Guest in America,” 1953–1961
11“I Am Home,” 1962–1979
AppendixArnautoff’s Public Murals
- Selected Sources
- The Working Class in American History
- Production Credits
- Victor Arnautoff and the Politics of Art
- University of Illinois Press
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