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Title Page, Copyright

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Contents

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p. v

Translators

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p. xv

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Preface

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pp. xvii-xxxix

The letters of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels will be published inletters to each other and to their collaborators, friends, relatives, andothers. The Appendices will include letters written by others at therequest of Marx and Engels, as well as letters addressed to them, anddocuments giving some idea of the contents of undiscovered letters...

Letters

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pp. 1-2

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1844, 1-6

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pp. 3-14

...anything about my return. I've been stuck here in Barmen for thecourse, the house is now in a hellish state of turmoil. Moreover,it's clear to me that considerable obstacles will continue to beplaced in the way of my return to Paris, and that I may well haveto spend six months or a whole year hanging about in Germany; I ...

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1845, 7-15

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pp. 15-34

...Police are now in possession of orders against you, myself and several others, whereby we are to leave Paris within 24 hours and France within the shortest possible time.19 Börnstein can give you further details. In case you were not yet aware of this news, I deemed it...

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1846, 16-36

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pp. 35-106

...Great was my joy on hearing the news that you had been blessed with a strong, sturdy boya who bears a close resemblance to your beloved spouse. I should have long since sent you my congratulations, having had Mother's notification in my pocket for almost six days now. But so ordinary a letter of congratulation is so ordinary and ceremonious a thing that I should have been truly ashamed to send off promptly by return a polite, conventional communication of...

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1847, 37-51

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pp. 107-151

...found, and I therefore entrusted the matter to Bernays, who saidhe would come to town on Mondaya at the latest, bringing a letterwhich the lazy fellow had dashed off in Sarcelles the day beforeyesterday evening, the explanation it contains being hardly of thekind to necessitate 5-6 days' study. But that's the sort of chap he...

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1848, 52-73

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pp. 152-184

...If I haven't written to you it was because I have as yet still not been able to get hold of that accursed Louis Blanc. Décidément il y met de la mauvaise volonté.* But I'm determined to catch him— every day I go to him or lie in wait for him at the café. Père Flocon, on the other hand, is proving more amenable. He is delighted at....

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1849, 74-102

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pp. 185-222

Having recovered, after several weeks of sinful living, from my exertions and adventures,233 I feel, firstly, a need to get down to work again (striking proof of this being the enclosed Magyar-Slav articlea), and, secondly, a need for money. The hitter is the more urgent and if by the time this arrives, you haven't yet sent me anything...

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1850, 103-128

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pp. 223-256

...compiled. Thus, for example, C. Schramm and F. Wolff are not included. 2. Not one of the workers, who for years have been in the vanguard of German democracy...

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1851, 129-239

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pp. 257-522

...the money by return. My landlady is VERY POOR, this is the second week she has not been paid, and she's dunning me with dreadful determination. At yesterday's district meeting Wolffb appeared, but not Liebknecht or Schramm.1 Once the new Rules342 had been adopted, I adjourned...

Appendices, 1-17

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pp. 523-564

Notes and Indexes

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pp. 565-566

Notes

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pp. 567-642

Name Index

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pp. 643-675

Index of Quoted and Mentioned Literature

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pp. 676-692

Index of Periodicals

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pp. 693-700

Subject Index

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pp. 701-712