Letters from England, 1895
These never-before translated dispatches from London to a Russian journal by Eleanor Marx and Edward Aveling offer a unique insight into their lives and radical politics, and the Victorian England in which they wrote.
'These ‘letters’... provide dissections of the major political and cultural trends of their day from a distinctive Marxist perspective. The editors’ introduction and notes offer perceptive commentaries on Marx and Aveling’s productive but troubled partnership during this period, as well as a full account of their approach to British mid-1890s oppositional politics. This book will be necessary reading for those interested in the intellectual and personal relationships within the Marx-Engels circle, and socialist and feminist history more generally.'
- Florence Boos, University of Iowa
|Author||Edited by Tony Chandler & Stephen Williams|
|Date Published||15th October 2020|
|Publisher||Lawrence & Wishart|