Karl Marx

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Standard Name: Marx, Karl

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Education Julia Frankau
Her later education took place at home. A tutor was succeeded by a woman teacher, Laura Lafargue , eldest daughter of Karl Marx . Julia's education ended when her father died and it became necessary...
Education Kathleen Nott
She found her new choice of PPE was not entirely satisfying. She later observed that the three components were not effectively connected with each other. Set books included Marx 's Das Kapital.
Nott, Kathleen. Philosophy and Human Nature. New York University Press, 1958.
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Family and Intimate relationships Julia Kavanagh
Later in his eventful life he entered into a common-law marriage with a woman named Marie Rose, with whom he had three children. He knew Thomas Carlyle and he apparently rented rooms to Karl Marx
Family and Intimate relationships Tillie Olsen
The future TO bore a daughter with her first husband, Abe Goldfarb . They named her Karla Barucha Goldfarb after Karl Marx ; the birth certificate again called Tillie Matilda.
Reid, Panthea. Tillie Olsen: One Woman, Many Riddles. Rutgers University Press, 2010.
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Friends, Associates Ella Hepworth Dixon
EHD considered William Heinemann , her publisher, as also a close personal friend.
Dixon, Ella Hepworth. "As I Knew Them". Huchinson, 1930.
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She once attended a party in St John's Wood at the house of Karl Blind (stepfather of the poet...
Intertextuality and Influence Kathleen Raine
KR 's poetry, which focusses on archetypal forms of being, is influenced by Swedenborg and the Neo-Platonists. She was also fascinated by the avant-garde movements of her era: Bloomsbury Humanism, Freud ianism, Wittgenstein 's and...
Literary responses May Sinclair
Reviews were almost all positive.
Raitt, Suzanne. May Sinclair: A Modern Victorian. Clarendon Press, 2000.
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Writing in the Dial in September 1922, T. S. Eliot used this novel as the most notable example of the psychoanalytical type which, however, he disapproved in principle. Its...
politics Emma Frances Brooke
She joined the Karl Marx Club , a reading group formed by Charlotte Wilson , at its first meeting in 1884. The club evolved into the Hampstead Historic Club , which has been described as...
politics Harriet Shaw Weaver
She was elected to the Marylebone Labour Party committee in 1936. In a programme of self-education about labour and capitalism, she read Marx 's Das Kapital, Sidney and Beatrice Webb 's Soviet Communism: A...
politics Constance Garnett
CG 's interest in the Russian political situation waned during years after the Revolution. She disagreed with Karl Marx 's Das Kapital and thought that state intervention in the economy should be minimal. Her involvement...
politics Mary Agnes Hamilton
She knew most of the leaders of this group, to which she gives several pages in her memoirs. She later came to regard it, however, as a cocoon or cell that kept those inside it...
politics Dora Marsden
In this new course Marsden was strongly influenced by the work of philosopher Max Stirner (1806-56), who published The Ego and His Own in 1845.
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Stirner's ideal human has been described as the egoist, the...
politics Matilda Betham-Edwards
Though MBE attended, together with a male friend, a meeting of the International Working Men's Association presided over by Karl Marx , she did so more as an observer than as a sympathiser. She felt...
Publishing Matilda Betham-Edwards
The journal Good Words in 1873 printed two hymns for children by MBE , beginning respectively God make my life a little light and The little birds now seek their nest. Between them these two...
Reception May Kendall
Rowntree's biographer Asa Briggs credits Kendall's affective writing with bringing Seebohm Rowntree 's The Human Needs of Labourto life; he describes her as someone who always gave loyal and devoted service.
Thesing, William B., editor. Dictionary of Literary Biography 240. Gale Research, 2001.
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Briggs, Asa. Seebohm Rowntree. Longmans, 1961.
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Timeline

Late November 1842
Friedrich Engels arrived in Manchester at his father's behest to study English manufacturing and business practices.
21 February 1848
Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx published their Manifesto of the Communist Party, often known as the Communist Manifesto.
9 November 1850
Helen MacFarlane 's first English translation of the Communist Manifesto began serialization in Harney 's weekly The Red Republican; it ran until 30 November. It was said to be written by Citizens Charles Marx and Frederic Engels.
16 January 1855
Eleanor Marx , leading British socialist (and daughter of Karl Marx ), was born in London.
4 September 1867
The first volume of Karl Marx 's analysis of social and economic history, Das Kapital, was published.
1871
At sixteen years of age Eleanor Marx was already acting as her father 's personal secretary, as well as travelling with him to various international conferences.
18 March 1871
The rule of the ParisCommune began when Paris workers resisted the provisional National Assembly 's efforts to disarm the city by seizing firearms and 2,000 cannons from the National Guard.
11 April 1871
The Paris Commune established the Union of Women for the Defence of Paris , co-founded by Elisabeth Dmitrieff (a contact of Karl Marx ) and Louise Michel , an anarchist schoolteacher and medical worker.
1878
William Swan Sonnenschein and J. Archibald Allen formed a partnership in the publishing firm of Swan Sonnenschein and Allen , at 15 Paternoster Square, London.
1896
Eleanor Marx edited a collection of her father 's essays, Revolution and Counter-Revolutions or Germany in 1848, as Eleanor Marx Aveling.
31 March 1898
Eleanor Marx , socialist, feminist, and writer, committed suicide.
February 1936
The awesome trio
Laity, Paul. “The left’s ace of clubs”. Guardian Unlimited.
of political theorist Harold Laski , publisher Victor Gollancz , and writer and Labour MP John Strachey established the Left Book Club (LBC) .