Karl Marx: The Story of His Life

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KARL MARX THE STORY OF HIS LIFE

BY
Franz Mehring

WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND FACSIMILE REPRODUCTIONS,
NOTES BY THE AUTHOR, AN APPENDIX PREPARED
UNDER THE DIRECTION OF EDUARD FUCHS ON THE
BASIS OF THE RESEARCHES OF THE
MARX-ENGELS INSTITUTE, A
BIBLIOGRAPHY AND AN
INDEX

TRANSLATED BY
EDWARD FITZGERALD

JOHN LANE THE BODLEY HEAD

LONDON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Translator's Preface vii
  • Author's Introduction xi
  • Contents xv
  • List of Illustrations xviii
  • Chronological Table xix
  • Chapter One: Early Years 1
  • Chapter Two: A Pupil of Hegel 9
  • Chapter Three: Exile in Paris 58
  • Chapter Four: Friedrich Engels 88
  • Chapter Five: Exile in Brussels 109
  • Chapter Six: Revolution and Counter-Revolution 152
  • Chapter Seven: Exile in London 191
  • Chapter Eight: Marx and Engels 225
  • Chapter Nine: the Crimean War and the Crisis 238
  • Chapter Ten: Dynastic Changes 265
  • Chapter Eleven: the Early Years of the International 316
  • Chapter Twelve: "Das Kapital" 357
  • Chapter Thirteen: the International at Its Zenith 387
  • Chapter Fourteen: the Decline of the International 435
  • Chapter Fifteen: the Last Decade 501
  • Notes as to Sources 533
  • Appendix 539
  • Bibliography 557
  • Index 567
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