Young Marx and The Slaves Of Solitude review: Vivid portraits and an eye for period detail

Young Marx and The Slaves Of Solitude review: Vivid portraits and an eye for period detail
 

According to Richard Bean and Clive Coleman, the joint authors of Young Marx, it does so within the same play. 
Young Marx is set in 1850, a fallow period in Marx’s life, two years after the publication of the Communist Manifesto and 17 years before the first volume of Das Kapital. 
He and his family are living in Soho, subsidised in part by his wealthy associate Friedrich Engels and, in part, by pawning his aristocratic wife’s family silver. 
Bean and Coleman play fast and loose with history: forgivably amalgamating Marx’s children and claiming that he was the father of his housekeeper’s... read more

 
5 November 2017 in Entertainment, Views: 75
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