Karl Marx: The Story of His Life

Karl Marx The Story of His Life Containing footnotes and an extensive bibliography this edition of Franz Mehring s classic biography is designed to assist the English speaking reader towards a better understanding of Marx his work

  • Title: Karl Marx: The Story of His Life
  • Author: Franz Mehring Edward FitzGerald
  • ISBN: 9780415313339
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Karl Marx: The Story of His Life

    Containing footnotes and an extensive bibliography, this edition of Franz Mehring s classic biography is designed to assist the English speaking reader towards a better understanding of Marx, his work and a history of Marxism The book is divided into parts as follows Early Years A Pupil of Hegel Exile in Paris Friedrich Engels Exile in Brussels Revolution and CounteContaining footnotes and an extensive bibliography, this edition of Franz Mehring s classic biography is designed to assist the English speaking reader towards a better understanding of Marx, his work and a history of Marxism The book is divided into parts as follows Early Years A Pupil of Hegel Exile in Paris Friedrich Engels Exile in Brussels Revolution and Counter Revolution Exile in London Marx and Engels The Crimean War and the Crisis Dynastic Changes The Early Years of the International Das Kapital The Zenith and Decline of the International The Last Decade.

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    1. Titus Hjelm

      What a brilliant book! This is the first ever biography of Marx, originally published in 1918 under German military censorship. Mehring was a contemporary of Marx, same age as Marx's sons-in-law Lafargue and Longuet, and a friend of Luxemburg (who actually wrote the section on the second and third volumes of Das Kapital) and Eleanor Marx. It is this aspect that gives the book a sense of presence that lacks in books that treat Marx as a canonised historical figure. Of course, Mehring worked witho [...]

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