[Marxism] Questions for the list
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Thu Sep 26 19:38:12 MDT 2013
On Thu, 26 Sep 2013 15:44:14 -0700 Nathan Weinstein
<nat at socialistviewpoint.org> writes:
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> I would strongly recommend
> Love and Capital: Karl and Jenny Marx and the Birth of a Revolution
> by Mary Gabriel (Author)
I'd go along with most of the other suggestions too McLellan, as I
recall, was quite good. Francis Wheen's book is quite readable. Even
Isaiah Berlin's bio of Marx from the 1930s isn't half bad.
And yes, Kolakowski's Main Currents of Marxism, is probably one of the
best works of its kind from an apostate.
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> Nat Weinstein
> On Sep 26, 2013, at 12:54 PM, Robert Schardein wrote:
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> > 1. Who's biography of Marx is the most worthwhile? Avineri?
> Hosfeld? McLellan? Seigel? There are obviously so many, and I've
> read none. I feel like I should tackle at least one of them.
> > 2. Is Kolakowski's Main Currents of Marxism worth trudging
> through? Some, including McLellan, have considered it to be the
> most formidable treatment of its subject by an "apostate."
> > Any responses appreciated.
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