Works of Marx and Engels


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Young Engels

“Let them determine their relative value not by their own subjective estimation, but by the conduct of the younger people to whom literature will sooner or later belong. .... The Hegelian school, in its latest, free development, and the younger generation, as they prefer to be called, are advancing towards a unification.”
[Engels, Modern Literary Life]

Works by Engels

Retrograde Signs of the Times
On the Invention of Printing
Joel Jacoby
Requiem for the German Adelszeitung
Modern Literary Life
On Anastasius Grun
Reports from Bremen (July)
An Evening
Reports from Bremen (August)
Two Sermons by F. W. Krummacher
On the Death of Immermann
Reports from Bremen (October)
St. Helena
Siegfried's Native Town