Marx and Engels Collected Works Volume 2
Engels 1838 - 1842

Engels, Friedrich
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Publisher:  Progress Publishers
First Published:  1842
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX6387

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Table of Contents

Works of Frederick Engels
August 1838-December 1842

Preface xiii
The Bedouin 3
To the Enemies 5
Book Wisdom 6
Letters from Wuppertal 7
To the Bremen Courier 26
Open Letter to Dr. Runkel 27
F. W. Krummacher's Sermon on Joshua 29
From Elberfeld 30
German Volksbucher 39
Karl Beck 41
Retrograde Signs of the Times 41
Platen 47
On the Invention of Printing 53
Joel Jacoby 55
Requiem for the German Adelszeitung 66
Modern Literary Life 71

I. Karl Gutzkow as Dramatist
71

II. Modern Polemics
81
On Anastasius Grun 94
Landscapes 95
Reports from Bremen 101

Theatre. Publishing Festival
102

Literature
104
An Evening 107
Reports from Bremen 112

An Outing to Bremerhaven
112
Two Sermons by F. W. Krummacher 121
On the Death of Immermann 123
Reports from Bremen 126

Rationalism and Pietism
126

Shipping Project. Theatre. Manoeuvres
128
St. Helena 131
Siegfried's Native Town 132
Ernst Moritz Arndt 137
Night Ride 151
The Emperor's Procession 153
Reports from Bremen 155

Ecclesiastical Controversy
155

Relation to Literature. Music
158

Low German
159
Immermann's Memorabilien 161
Wanderings in Lombardy 170

Over the Alps
170
Schelling on Hegel 181
Schelling and Revelation 189
Schelling, Philosopher in Christ 241
North- and South-German Liberalism 265
Diary of a Guest Student 268
Rhenish Festivals 274
Marginalia to Texts of Our Time 277
Polemic Against Leo 281
Alexander Jung, "Lectures on Modern German Literature" 284
Participation in the Debates of the Baden Chamber of Deputies 298
The Liberalism of the Spenersche Zeitung 300
The End of the Criminalistische Zeitung 302
On the Critique of the Prussian Press Laws 313
The Insolently Threatened Yet Miraculously Rescued Bible 326

Canto the Second
334

Canto the Third
344

Canto the Fourth
344
F W Andrea and the High Nobility of Germany 352
Berlin Miscellany 353
Centralisation and Freedom 355
Frederick William IV, King of Prussia 360
The English View of the Internal Crises 368
The Internal Crises 370
The Position of the Political Parties 375
The Condition of the Working Class in England 378
The Corn Laws 380


Letters
August 1838-August 1842
1838

To Marie Engels, Aug 28-29
385

To Friedrich and Wilhelm Graeber, September 1
388

To Marie Engels, September 11
390

To Friedrich and Wilhelm Graeber, September 17
392

To Marie Engels, October 9-10
399

To Marie Engels, November 13
402

To Marie Engels, end of December
403
1839

To Marie Engels, January 7
405

To Friedrich Graeber, January 20
407

To Friedrich Graeber, February 19
414

To Hermann Engels, March 11-12
417

To Marie Engels, March 12
419

To Friedrich Graeber, April 8-9
420

To Marie Engels, April 10
423

To Friedrich Graeber, about April 23-May
425

To Marie Engels, April 28
437

To Wilhelm Graeber, about April 28-30
442

To Marie Engels, May 23
447

To Wilhelm Graeber, May 24 - June 15
448

To Friedrich Graeber, June 15
453

To Friedrich Graeber, July 12-27
457

To Friedrich Graeber, after July 27
463

To Wilhelm Graeber, July 30
464

To Marie Engels, September 28
469

To Wilhelm Graeber, October 8
471

To Wilhelm Graeber, October 20-21
474

To Friedrich Graeber, October 29
476

To Wilhelm Graeber, November 13-20
481

To Friedrich Graeber, December 9. 1839 - February 5 1840
487
1840

To Levin Schucking, June 18
494

To Levin Schucking, July 2
496

To Marie Engels, July 7-9
498

To Marie Engels, August 4
501

To Marie Engels, August 20-25
503

To Marie Engels, September 18-19
507

To Marie Engels, October 29
510

To Wilhelm Graeber, November 20
513

To Marie Engels, December 6-9
516

To Marie Engels, December 21-28
519
1841

To Marie Engels, February 18
523

To Friedrich Graeber, February 22
525

To Marie Engels, March 8-11
528

To Marie Engels, April 5
531

To Marie Engels, about the beginning of May
532

To Marie Engels, about the end of August
533

To Marie Engels, September 9
534
1842

To Marie Engels, January 5-6
536

To Marie Engels, April 14-16
539

To Marie Engels
542

To Arnold Ruge, June 15
543

To Marie Engels, July 2
544

To Arnold Ruge, July 26
545

To Marie Engels, August 2-8
546


Early Literary Experiments 1833-1837
To My Grandfather 553
Poem, 1836 554
Poem, probably written early in 1837 555
A Pirate Tale 557
The Single Combat of Eteocles and Polynices 572


Appendices
Birth Certificate of Friedrich Engels 577
Friedrich Engels Senior to Karl Snethlage, December 1, 1820 578
Baptism Certificate of Friedrich Engels 580
Friedrich Engels Senior to His Wife Elise, August 27, 1835 581
School-Leaving Reference for Prima Pupil Friedrich Engels 584
Friedrich Engels Senior to Karl Snethlage, October 5, 1842 586
Certificate of Conduct for the One-Year Volunteer Friedrich Engels 588


Notes & Indexes
Notes 591
Name Index 621
Index of Quoted and Mentioned Literature 646
Index of Periodicals. 662


Illustrations
Frederick Engels in 1839 8-9
Pages 208 and 209 of the Gutenbergs-Album containing M. J. Quintana's poem A la invencion de la imprenta and Engels' translation 57
Title-page of Engels' pamphlet Schelling and Revelation 193
Title-page of Engels' pamphlet Schelling, Philosopher in Christ 245
Title-page of Engels' pamphlet The Insolently Threatened Yet Miraculously Rescued Bible 317
Engels' caricature of "The Free", the Berlin group of Young Hegelians 329
Frederick Engels in the 1840s 376-7
Facsimile of Engels' letter to Wilhelm Graeber of April 28-30, 1839 440-1
Facsimile of the beginning of Engels' letter to Marie Engels of December 9,1840 520-1
Facsimile of the end of Engels' letter to Marie Engels of December 520-1
Engels' mother and father 552-3
The house in Barmen where Engels was born 552-3
Cover of Engels' history exercise book 569
Drawing by Engels from his history exercise book 570
The gymnasium in Elberfeld where Engels studied 584-5

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