Mannheim, Karl  Marxism and Literature.
The first presumes a simple identity between an artist and his work, the second assumes link between 'art' and the 'general spirit' of a society and the third assumes a linear development of painting as an evolution of style.
However, Eagleton does not go on to analyze narrative, but simply uses it as a metaphor for a closed ideological system. Ideology presents goods as valuable in their own right and thereby excludes the economic process creating that value. The reader can engage with the frame in variety of ways: he or she can make it explicit and thus engage with the hierarchy discovered in the textconstruct it only partially, or disregard it completely.
New York: Columbia UP. The Concept of Ideology.
Selections from the Prison Notebooks. Ideology, as a concept has a long history but it developed its current usage as an analytic and critical tool in the work of Marx and has been an important feature of Marxism.
Proletariat class consciousness would not be ideology i.