In Haunt

In Chetham’s Library, where Marx and Engels collaborated on their communist manifesto, the Manchester Centre for Gothic Studies’ Professor Dale Townshend considers the impact that the squalor of the industrial city had on their revolutionary ideas, and shares his views on the popularity of the Gothic in moments of political unrest.

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  1. Ed Glinert
    Marx & Engels did not collaborate on their communist manifesto at Chetham's! How many more times? I've been telling you this for ten years. I worked on Francis Wheen's biography of Marx. There is no connection between Chetham's, Manchester and The Communist Manifesto

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