Marx-Engels Collected Works/Volume 1

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Works of Karl Marx[edit source]

August 1835 - March 1843

ContentsPage
General Introductionxiii
Prefacexxv
Reflections of a Young Man on the Choice of a Profession3
Letter from Marx to His Father10
Wild Songs22
22
  • Nocturnal Love
  • 23
    Difference Between the Democritean and Epicurean Philosophy of Nature 25
    Comments on the Latest Prussian Censorship Instruction109
    Proceedings of the Sixth Rhine Province Assembly. First Article. Debates on Freedom of the Press and Publication of the Proceedings of the Assembly of the Estates132
    The Question of Centralisation in Itself and with Regard to the Supplement to No. 137 of the Rheinische Zeitung182
    The Leading Article in No. 179 of the Kölnische Zeitung184
    The Philosophical Manifesto of the Historical School of Law203
    Yet Another Word on Bruno Bauer und die Akademische Lehrfreiheit by Dr. O. F. Gruppe, Berlin, 1842211
    Communism and the Augsburg Allgemeine Zeitung215
    Communism and the Augsburg Allgemeine Zeitung. Editorial Note222
    Proceedings of the Sixth Rhine Province Assembly. Third Article Debates on the Law on Thefts of Wood224
    In Connection with the Article "Failures of the Liberal Opposition in Hanover". Editorial Note264
    Communal Reform and the Kölnische Zeitung266
    The Divorce Bill. Editorial Note274
    A Correspondent of the Kölnische Zeitung vs. the Rheinische Zeitung277
    Cabinet Order on the Daily Press280
    Renard's Letter to Oberpraesident von Schaper282
    The Industrialists of Hanover and Protective Tariffs286
    The Attitude of Herwegh and Ruge to "The Free"287
    The Polemical Tactics of the Augsburg Newspaper288
    The Supplement to Nos. 335 and 336 of the Augsburg Allgemeine Zeitung on the Commissions of the Estates in Prussia292
    The Divorce Bill307
    The Ban on the Leipziger Allgemeine Zeitung311
    Announcement by the Editors of the Rheinische Zeitung of Their Reply to Oberpraesident von Schaper331
    Justification of the Correspondent from the Mosel332
    Polemical Articles Against the Allgemeine Zeitung359
    Marginal Notes to the Accusations of the Ministerial Rescript361
    The Local Election of Deputies to the Provincial Assembly366
    The Rhein-und-Mosel-Zeitung as Grand Inquisitor370
    Stylistic Exercises of the Rhein-und-Mosel-Zeitung373
    Announcement. March 17, 1843376

    Letters[edit source]

    To Carl Friedrich Bachmann. April 6, 1841379
    To Oscar Ludwig Bernhard Wolff. April 7, 1841380
    To Arnold Ruge. February 10, 1842381
    To Arnold Ruge. March 5, 1842382
    To Arnold Ruge. March 20, 1842383
    To Arnold Ruge. April 27, 1842387
    To Arnold Ruge. July 9, 1842389
    To Dagoben Oppenheim. Approximately August 25, 1842391
    To Arnold Ruge. November 30, 1842393
    To Arnold Ruge. January 25, 1843396
    To Arnold Ruge. March 13, 1843398

    From the Preparatory Materials[edit source]

    Notebooks on Epicurean Philosophy403
    405
  • Second Notebook
  • 417
  • Third Notebook
  • 442
  • Fourth Notebook
  • 464
  • Fifth Notebook
  • 479
  • Sixth Notebook
  • 489
  • Seventh Notebook
  • 501
    Plan of Hegel's Philosophy of Nature510

    Early Literary Experiments[edit source]

    From the Albums of Poems Dedicated to Jenny von Westphalen517
    517
  • To Jenny
  • 521
  • To Jenny
  • 521
  • My World
  • 523
  • Feelings
  • 525
  • Transformation
  • 528
    A Book of Verse Dedicated by Marx to His Father531
  • Contents
  • 533
  • To My Father
  • 534
    534
    535
    535
  • The Magic Harp
  • 536
  • The Abduction
  • 537
  • Yearning
  • 538
  • The Viennese Ape Theatre in Berlin
  • 539
  • Sir (G)luck's Armide
  • 540
  • Terms of Engagement
  • 540
  • Sentimental Souls
  • 540
  • Romanticism √† la Mode
  • 541
  • To the Sun of Truth (F. Quednow)
  • 541
  • On a Certain Knight-Hero
  • 541
  • To My Neighbour Across the Street
  • 541
  • Siren Song
  • 542
  • A Philistine Wonders
  • 545
  • Mathematical Wisdom
  • 545
  • The Little Old Man of the Water
  • 546
  • To the Medical Student
  • 547
  • Medical Student Psychology
  • 547
  • Medical Student Metaphysics
  • 547
  • Medical Student Anthropology
  • 547
  • Medical Student Ethics
  • 548
  • The First Elegy of Ovid's Tristia
  • 548
  • Concluding Sonnet to Jenny
  • 557
  • The Madwoman
  • 558
  • Two Songs to Jenny
  • 559
    559
    559
    560
  • Sea Rock
  • 561
  • The Awakening
  • 562
  • Night Thoughts
  • 563
  • Invocation of One in Despair
  • 563
  • Three Little Lights
  • 564
  • The Man in the Moon
  • 565
  • Lucinda
  • 565
  • Dialogue with
  • 571
  • The Last Judgment
  • 572
  • Two Singers Accompanying Themselves on the Harp
  • 574
  • Epigrams I-VIII
  • 575
  • Concluding Epigram on the Puff-Pastry Cook
  • 580
  • Harmony
  • 580
  • Distraught
  • 581
  • Man and Drum
  • 583
  • Human Pride
  • 584
  • Evening Stroll
  • 587
  • Scenes from Oulanem. A Tragedy
  • 588
  • Song to the Stars
  • 608
  • Dream Vision
  • 609
  • The Song of a Sailor at Sea
  • 610
  • The Magic Ship
  • 611
  • The Pale Maiden
  • 612
    Some Chapters from Scorpion and Felix. A Humoristic Novel616

    Appendices[edit source]

    Birth Certificate635
    Gymnasium Examination Papers Written by Marx636
    636
  • Does the Reign of Augustus Deserve to Be Counted Among the Happier Periods of the Roman Empire?
  • 639
    Certificate of Maturity for Pupil of the Gymnasium in Trier Karl Marx643
    Father's Letters (November 1835-June 1836)645
  • Heinrich Marx to Karl Marx. November 8, 1835
  • 645
  • Heinrich Marx to Karl Marx. November 18-29, 1835
  • 645
  • Heinrich Marx to Karl Marx. Beginning of 1836
  • 649
  • Heinrich Marx to Karl Marx. March 19, 1836
  • 652
  • Heinrich Marx to Karl Marx. About May or June 1836
  • 653
    Father's Consent to Marx's Transfer from Bonn to Berlin University655
    Certificate of Release from Bonn University657
    Father's Letters (November 1836-February 1838)661
  • Heinrich Marx to Karl Marx. November 9, 1836
  • 661
  • Heinrich Marx to Karl Marx. December 28, 1836
  • 663
  • Heinrich Marx to Karl Marx. February 3, 1837
  • 667
  • Heinrich Marx to Karl Marx. March 2, 1837
  • 670
    674
  • Heinrich Marx to Karl Marx. Approximately August 20, 1837
  • 677
  • Heinrich Marx to Karl Marx. September 16, 1837
  • 679
  • Heinrich Marx to Karl Marx. November 17, 1837
  • 683
  • Heinrich Marx to Karl Marx. December 9, 1837
  • 685
  • Heinrich Marx to Karl Marx. February 10, 1838
  • 691
  • Postscript by Heinrich Marx to Henriette Marx's Letter to Karl Marx, February 15-16, 1838
  • 694
    Jenny von Westphalen to Karl Marx [1839-1840]695
    Record Sheet Filled in by Marx699
    Leaving Certificate from Berlin University703
    Recommendatory Reference on the Dissertation of Karl Marx705
    Jenny von Westphalen to Karl Marx. August 10, 1841707
    Cologne Citizens' Petition for the Continuance of the Rheinische Zeitung710
    Minutes of the General Meeting of Shareholders of the Rheinische Zeitung. February 12, 1843712
    Humble Petition from the Shareholders of the Rheinische Zeitung Company for the Continuance of the Rheinische Zeitung725
    Jenny von Westphalen to Karl Marx. March 1843727

    Illustrations[edit source]

    Page from the gymnasium examination composition "Reflections of a Young Man on the Choice of a Profession"5
    Letter from Karl Marx to his father, November 10-11, 183713
    Portrait of Karl Marx in his student years14-15
    Members of the Trier Students' Association at Bonn University14-15
    Draft of the preface to Difference Between the Democritean and Epicurean Philosophy of Nature107
    Page of the Rheinische Zeitung with Marx's article "Communism and the Augsburg Allgemeine Zeitung"217
    Prometheus Bound. Allegory on the prohibition of the Rheinische Zeitung374-75
    Page from Notebooks on Epicurean Philosophy (Second Notebook)433
    Title page of Marx's Book of Love, with dedication to Jenny519
    Portrait of Jenny von Westphalen526-27
    Karl Marx's Birth Certificate638-39
    Trier638-39
    The house where Karl Marx was born638-39
    Gymnasium where Marx studied (front and view from courtyard)638-39
    Karl Marx's Certificate of Maturity638-39
    Certificate of Release from Bonn University659
    Leaving Certificate from Berlin University701
    Bonn University702-03
    Berlin University702-03
    Karl Marx's Doctor's Diploma702-03
    Prohibition of the Rheinische Zeitung718-19
    Burial Of the Rheinische Zeitung718-19