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by Yvonne Kapp
Author: Yvonne Kapp
Publisher: Pantheon Books (1977)
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Yvonne Kapp, Eleanor Marx, Volume 2: The Crowded Years, 1884–1898. London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1976.
Yvonne Kapp, Eleanor Marx, Volume 2: The Crowded Years, 1884–1898. Also: New York: Pantheon Books, 1976.
Eleanor was the youngest of three surviving Marx children. Yvonne Kapp, in this highly acclaimed biography, brilliantly succeeds in capturing Eleanor's spirit, from a lively child, opining on the world's affairs, to the new woman, aspiring to the stage, earn Eleanor was the youngest of three surviving Marx children. She was the only one to be born, live, love, work and die in England and to become a public figure in her own right.
ISBN 10: 0394734564 ISBN 13: 9780394734569. Publisher: Pantheon Books, 1977.
Eleanor was the youngest of three surviving Marx children
Eleanor was the youngest of three surviving Marx children. Yvonne Kapp, in this highly acclaimed biography, brilliantly succeeds in capturing Eleanor's spirit, from a lively child, opining on the world's affairs, to the new woman, aspiring to the stage, earning her living as a free intellectual, and helping to lead England's unskilled workers at the height of the new unionism; being always more than, yet at the same time. inescapably, Karl Marx's daughter.
Eleanor Marx changed the world. In the process she revolutionised herself. Yvonne Kapp followed soon after with her mighty two-volume study published in 1972 and 1976. This is the story of how she did it. She seems an unfashionable subject. And then there’s her father. Eleanor, the only Marx who was a native English socialist, and her friends, might have filled more than half that hall. 1 ‘Certainly,’ Eleanor said, ‘socialism is at present in this country little more than a literary movement. 2 She took this literary movement from its visionary pages on to the streets and on to the political stage.
Eleanor Marx, 2. cilt. Pantheon Books, 1 Kas 1977 - 775 sayfa. Pantheon Books, 1977. Orijinalin kaynağı: Pennsylvania Devlet Üniversitesi. 21 sonuçtan 1-3 arası sonuçlar. Sayfa 334 On 5 August 1889, close upon the victory of the gasworkers and but a few days before the Dock Strike was to shake the country, the SDF had held its Annual Conference in Birmingham where the Programme and Rules were revised.
Speech on the First May Day Hyde park, 4 May 1890. Source: Eleanor Marx, Vol. 2, Yvonne Kapp, Pantheon, 1976; HTML: for marxists. We have not come to do the work of political parties, but we have come here in the cause of labour, in its own defence, to demand its own rights. Those of us who have gone through all the worry of the Dock Strike, and especially the Gasworkers' Strike, and have seen the men, women and children stand round us, have had enough of strikes, and we are determined to secure an eight hours' day by legal enactment; unless we do so, it will be taken from us at the first opportunity.
To the extent that she is known, interest in her is often limited to her proximity to Karl Marx, her father.