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Helen Macfarlane : a feminist, revolutionary journalist, and philosopher in mid-nineteenth-century England

Author: David Black; Karl Marx
Publisher: Lanham, Md : Lexington Books, ©2004.
Series: Raya Dunayevskaya series in Marxism and humanism
Edition/Format:   eBook : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Description of the life of Helen Macfarlane as journalist of the radical wing of the Chartist movement. The book includes the original translation of 'The communist manifesto' of which Macfarlane was the first English translator.
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Genre/Form: Biography
History
Named Person: Helen Macfarlane
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Black; Karl Marx
ISBN: 0739108638 9780739108635 0739108646 9780739108642
OCLC Number: 428131235
Notes: Includes Macfarlane's original translation of The Communist Manifesto.
Description: vii, 179 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Chapter 1 Interrogating History Chapter 2 The Making of Red Republicanism Chapter 3 Hegel's England Chapter 4 Fraternal Democrats Chapter 5 The Mystery of a Nom de Plume Chapter 6 Humbug Manufactures and Rosewater Sentimentalists Chapter 7 Christianity and Socialism Chapter 8 Helen Macfarlane's Interpretation of Hegel Chapter 9 Antigone in 1848 Chapter 10 Thomas Carlyle and the Red Republicans Chapter 11 Translator of The Communist Manifesto Chapter 12 Theory and Organization Chapter 13 "A Rare Bird:" Marx's Encounter with Macfarlane Chapter 14 The End of Chartism Chapter 15 The Legacy of Hegelian Marxism 16 Appendix A, The Published Writings of Helen Macfarlane 17 Appendix B, The Communist Manifesto: Helen Macfarlane's 1850 Translation
Series Title: Raya Dunayevskaya series in Marxism and humanism
Responsibility: David Black.
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