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Gabriel, Mary, 1955-
Love and capital : Karl and Jenny Marx and the birth of a revolution / Mary Gabriel
Alternate Title Karl and Jenny Marx and the birth of a revolution
1st ed
New York : Little, Brown and Co., c2011
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 3rd Floor  HX39.5 .G334 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject Marx, Karl, 1818-1883
Marx, Karl, 1818-1883 -- Family
Marx, Karl, 1818-1883 -- Friends and associates
Marks family
Physical Description lviii, 709 p., [16] p. of plates : ill., maps ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 681-688) and index
Contents A political timeline -- pt. I. Marx and the baron's daughter : Trier, Germany, 1835 ; Berlin, 1838 ; Cologne, 1842 ; Kreuznach, 1843 -- pt. II. The fugitive family : Paris, 1843 ; Paris, 1844 ; Paris, 1845 ; Brussels, spring 1845 ; London, 1845 ; Brussels, 1846 ; Brussels, 1847 ; Brussels, 1848 ; Paris, 1848 ; Paris, spring 1848 ; Cologne, 1848 ; Paris, June 1848 ; Cologne, 1849 ; Paris, 1849 -- pt. III. Exile in Victoria's England : London, 1849 ; Zaltbommel, Holland, August 1850 ; London, winter 1851 ; London, 1852 ; London, 1853 ; London, 1855 -- pt. IV. The end of la vie Bohème : London, fall 1855 ; London, 1857 ; London, 1859 ; London, 1861 ; London, 1862 -- pt. V. From Capital to the commune : London, 1864 ; London, 1866 ; London, 1867 ; London, 1868 ; London, 1869 ; Paris, fall 1870 ; Paris, 1871 ; Bagnères-de-Luchon, France, summer 1871 -- pt. VI. The red terrorist doctor : London, 1871 ; The Hague, fall 1872 ; London, 1875 ; London, 1880 ; London, 1881 ; London, 1882 ; London, 1883 -- pt. VII. After Marx : London, spring 1883 ; London, 1885 ; London, 1887 ; London, 1889 ; London, 1891 ; London, 1892 ; London, 1895 ; London, 1897 ; Draveil, France, 1910
Summary " ... The rarely glimpsed and heartbreakingly human side of the man whose works would redefine the world after his death, as well as a vivid account of the woman who gave him the strength to follow his dangerous course."--Jacket
Awards National Book Award Finalist, Nonfiction, 2011

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