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Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

Author : Vladimir Mayakovsky
ISBN : 1410205428
Genre : Poetry
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"Never have I wanted to be understood so much as in this poem. It is probably the most serious piece of work I have ever done."Written in 1924, Vladimir Ilyich Lenin crowned a long period of preparatory work on this theme. The poet was fortunate to see and hear Lenin on a number of occasions. During the October days of 1917 he saw Lenin in Smolny, the headquarters of the uprising. Later he heard several speeches by the founder of the Soviet state.Mayakovsky not only strove with the utmost fidelity to depict Lenin as an historic figure in his own words, he "wrote the poem remaining a poet." In Lenin's life and activity he sought solutions to issues that engaged him all his life: man, his destination, his place in the world, his happiness, his struggle and triumph over the tragic in life.He was human - as human as anyone...Mayakovsky gave numerous recitals of his poem both at home and abroad. "The workers' response was heartening, reassuring me in the belief that this poem was needed.""The splendid powerful poem on Lenin's death made an enormous impression on listeners." - Daily Worker, London, 1925
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Essential Works Of Lenin

Author : Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
ISBN : 9780486119816
Genre : History
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Four most significant works, also including "The Development of Capitalism in Russia," "Imperialism, the Highest State of Capitalism," and "The State and Revolution."
Category: History

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

Author : David Downing
ISBN : 0431138710
Genre : Heads of state
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One of a series on key leaders in history, which explores their lives and achievements. Each book examines the person's early years, studies and interests, professional life, low points, and their legacy. An underlying theme is whether an individual can change the course of history.
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Lenin On Literature And Art

Author : Vladimir I. Lenin
ISBN : 9781434464019
Genre : Political Science
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Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (1870-1924), was a Russian revolutionary, a communist politician, the main leader of the October Revolution, the first head of the Russian Soviet Socialist Republic and from 1922, the first de facto leader of the Soviet Union. He was the creator of Leninism, an extension of Marxist theory.
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Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

Author : Institut marksizma-leninizma (Moscow, Russia)
ISBN : OCLC:639794739
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The Proletarian Revolution And The Renegade Kautsky

Author : Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
ISBN : 1537415425
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Kautsky's pamphlet, The Dictatorship of the Proletariat, recently published in Vienna (Wien, 1918, Ignaz Brand, pp. 63) is a most lucid example of that utter and ignominious bankruptcy of the Second International about which all honest socialists in all countries have been talking for a long time. The proletarian revolution is now becoming a practical issue in a number of countries, and an examination of Kautsky's renegade sophistries and his complete renunciation of Marxism is therefore essential. First of all, it should be emphasised, however, that the present author has, from the very beginning of the war, repeatedly pointed to Kautsky's rupture with Marxism. A number of articles published between 1914 and 1916 in Sotsial-Demokrat and Kommunist, issued abroad, dealt with this subject. These articles were afterwards collected and published by the Petrograd Soviet under the title Against the Stream, by G. Zinoviev and N. Lenin (Petrograd, 1918, pp. 550).

What Is To Be Done

Author : Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
ISBN : 1900007924
Genre : Communism
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First published in early 1902, What Is to Be Done? remains a classic of Marxism on the building of the revolutionary party, which sets out the party's role as the organiser and director of the revolution. It was written as part of a conflict with the opportunism of the Economists, who emphasised 'bread and butter issues' rather than theory.
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Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

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ISBN : OCLC:85092668
Genre : Heads of state
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Author : Vladimir Lenin
ISBN : 9781434499523
Genre : Fiction
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Christopher Morley (1890-1957) was an American journalist, novelist, essayist and poet. His most famous work remains "The Haunted Bookshop."
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