V. I. Lenin

The Life and Work of V.I. Lenin


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Prior to January 24 (prior to February 5) Lenin writes two letters to N. Y. Fedoseyev in Verkholensk (Siberia), the organiser and leader of the first Marxist circles in Kazan.
Between February 7 and February 14 (19-26) Lenin writes his review of A. Bogdanov's A Short Course of Economic Science.
End of February (beginning of March) to August Lenin translates Volume I of Sidney and Beatrice Webb's Industrial Democracy.
End of May (beginning of June) Lenin and N. K. Krupskaya leave the village of Shushenskoye for Minusinsk. They take part in a meeting of exiles.
July 10 (22) V. I. Lenin and N. K. Krupskaya are married.
August 9 (21) Lenin completes the draft of his work, The Development of Capitalism in Russia.
Prior to August 26 (prior to September 7) Lenin writes his article, “On the Question of Our Factory Statistics (Professor Karyshev's New Statistical Exploits)."
September 11-25 (September 23-October 7) Lenin goes to Krasnoyarsk, works in a library, and meets local political exiles.
October 9-15 The first collection of Lenin's writings, Economic (21-27) Studies and Essays, published in Russia, under the signature of Vladimir Ilyin.
Autumn Lenin's pamphlet, The Tasks of the Russian Social-Demokrats, published in Geneva.
December 24, 1898-January 2, 1899 (January 5-14) Lenin and Krupskaya go to Minusinsk. Lenin attends a meeting of exiled Marxists from different parts of the Minusinsk area.