Marx's Das Kapital: A Biography

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Allen & Unwin, 2006 - Capital - 130 pages
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Francis Wheen, Karl Marx's brilliant biographer, relates in vivid and engaging detail the story of the book that made Marx famous: Das Kapital.

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User Review  - Mandarinate - LibraryThing

A short but sweet telling of the creation and birth of Marx's magnum opus, and its afterlife. Not as biographical as Isaiah Berlin's Marx or as relevant to today's economic situation as David Harvey's ... Read full review

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User Review  - DrT - LibraryThing

Marx's Das Kapital: A Biography Books that changed the world by Francis Wheen is a little book under 150 pages. I checked this book out of the library and I really enjoyed it. I’m sure it sounds dull ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Francis Wheen is an award-winning columnist for "The Guardian" in London, & the deputy editor of "Private Eye".

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