MIA: M.I.A. Library: Marx & Engels: Selected Works


“Fullest possible list of the
Published writings by Marx”
According to Engels, 1892

Rheinische Zeitung, Cologne, 1842: articles on the Rhine Province Assembly, on the situation of the peasant vintners on the Mosel, on wood theft; leading articles October to December 1842.

Deutsch-Französische Jahrbücher by A. Ruge and K. Marx, Paris, 1844: Contribution to the Critique of Hegel’s Philosophy of Law. Introduction; On the Jewish Question.

K. Marx and F. Engels, The Holy Family, Against Bruno Bauer and Company, Frankfurt a.M., 1845.

Shorter articles (anonymous) in Paris Vorwärts!, 1844.

Various articles, anonymous and signed, in the Deutsche-Brüsseler-Zeitung, Brussels, 1847-1848.

The Poverty of Philosophy. Answer to the “Philosophy of Poverty” by M. Proudhon, Brussels and Paris, 1847. German: Stuttgart, 2nd edition, 1892. Spanish: Madrid, 1891.

Speech on the Question of Free Trade, Brussels, 1848. English: Boston, 1888. German in the German edition of The Poverty of Philosophy.

With F. Engels: Manifesto of the Communist Party, London, 1848. Latest German: London, 1890; translated into almost all European languages.

Articles in the Neue Rheinische Zeitung, editorials, etc., Cologne, 1848-1849. Of these repeatedly reprinted separately: Wage Labour and Capital, latest Berlin, 1891; appeared in Russian, Polish, Italian, French.

Two Political Trials, Cologne, 1849 (two defence speeches by Marx).

Neue Rheinische Zeitung. Revue, Hamburg, 1850. 6 issues. Including by Marx: 1848 to 1849. Written with Engels: reviews and monthly synopses.

The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte, New York, 1852. Third edition: Hamburg, 1885. Also published in French.

Revelations Concerning the Communist Trial in Cologne, Basle, 1853 (edition confiscated); Boston, 1853. Latest Zurich, 1885.

Articles in the New-York Tribune, 1852-1861. Of these some about Palmerston — enlarged — published as pamphlet in London, 1856.

Free Press, Sheffield, June 1856, and London, until April 1857; Revelations of the Diplomatic History of the 18th Century (on the continued interested dependence of English Whig ministers upon Russia).

Das Volk, London, 1859: Articles on the diplomatic history of the Italian War of 1859.

A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy, Part One, Berlin, 1859. Polish, 1890.

Herr Vogt, London, 1860.

The Inaugural Address of the Working Men’s International Association, London, 1864; further all publications of the General Council, up to and including The Civil War in France, London, 1871. (Latest German Berlin, 1891, also published in French, Italian, Spanish.)

Capital. A Critique of Political Economy, first volume, Hamburg, 1867, latest edition, 4th, 1890. Published in Russian, French, English, Polish, Danish.

The same, second volume, Hamburg, 1885, second edition in the press. Published in Russian. The third volume will be published in 1893.