Thoughts on Women and Society

By Eleanor Marx-Aveling; Edward Aveling et al. | Go to book overview

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16 January, 1855, 6:00 a.m.: Eleanor Marx (Tussy) is born as the youngest daughter of Jenny and Karl Marx in 28 Dean Street, London.
Summer 1859: Eleanor comes down with whooping cough.
November 1860: Eleanor and her sisters stay with Wilhelm and Ernestine Liebknecht for a few weeks when their mother comes down with small pox.
1861: Eleanor attends school. According to reports from her mother, Eleanor loved telling stories.
29 May-about the 15 June, 1868: Eleanor accompanies her father on his visit to Frederick Engels in Manchester.
End of June, beginning of July 1868: Eleanor comes down with scarlet fever.
1868/69: Eleanor attends a private dancing school.
March/April/May 1869: Eleanor visits her sister Laura in Paris.
25 May-October 1869: Eleanor stays with Frederick Engels until the beginning of October (from 29 May-14 June with her father), plays the piano and reads a lot, including Goethe's Hermann and Dorothea, Götz von Berlichingen, sagas, Serbian folk songs, etc. At the beginning of Sep-

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Preface 7
  • The Woman Question 10
  • Biographical Data 41
  • List of Works Published By Eleanor Marx-Aveling 58
  • List of Persons 60
  • List of Selected Bibliography 62
  • List of Sources Of Plates 64
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