MIA: M.I.A. Library: Marx & Engels: Selected Works: Published by Penguin
Selected Works of Marx published by Penguin
The Pelican Marx Library
Early Writings Critique of Hegel’s Doctrine of the State, On the Jewish Question, and Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts of 1844, etc. Grundrisse. Introduction to the Critique of Political Economy The Grundrisse throws light on many obscure corners of Marx’s thought and, in this light, the English reader can now assess how far his economic and philosophic outlook changed and how far it has simply been misinterpreted. For here is a major part of Marx’s work which was unknown even to Lenin. The Revolutions of 1848. Political Writings Volume 1 The bulk of this volume contains articles from the Neue Rheinische Zeitung, a journal in which Marx (or occasionally Engels) interpreted the risings in Vienna, Berlin and Prague. In addition there are reviews, addresses, speeches on Poland and the minutes of the London meeting of 1850 when Schapper and others finally left the Communist League. At the head of these political writings is Marx’s most famous text – the Manifesto of the Communist Party (1848), in which he outlines the class struggles of history. Surveys from Exile. Political Writings Volume 2 The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte, The Class Struggles in France, articles on Britain, the North American Civil War and India. The First International and After. Political Writings Volume 3 In addition to the documents connected with the First International, this volume contains letters, addresses, and essays in which Marx used the principal European events and issues of the period – German unification, the Franco-Prussian War, the Paris Commune and Ireland – as grindstones to sharpen his theory of scientific communism. Among these ‘The Civil War in France’ and the ‘Critique of the Gotha Programme’ are the tow most important texts of his later period.
Capital Volume I Capital Volume II Capital Volume III
In addition to the Pelican Marx Library, Pelicans also publish other collections of Marx's writings: Karl Marx: Selected Writings in Sociology and Social Philosophy T. B. Bottomore & Maximilien Rubel Marx on Economics Edited by Robert Freedman Marx in His Own Words Ernst Fischer and Franz Marek The Communist Manifesto Introduction by A. J. P. Taylor