Lafargue: Laura (urozhd. Marks) i Paule. Fond 10, 1842-1912.

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Lafarque, Paul, 1843-1911. 880-01 Lafargue: Laura (urozhd. Marks) i Paule. Fond 10, 1842-1912.

Lafargue: Laura (urozhd. Marks) i Paule. Fond 10, 1842-1912.

Annotat︠s︡ii︠a︡: Statʹi︠a︡ L. Lafarg Prodavshchit︠s︡i (1892), zametki ob anarkhizme i knige P.-Zh. Prudona Li︠u︡bovʹ i brak, o sudʹbe literaturnogo nasledstva K. Marksa, o pisʹmakh F.Ėngelʹsa L. Lafarg, stikhotvorenii︠a︡, nabroski dramy i romana, perevody stikhotvoreniĭ nemet︠s︡kikh i frant︠s︡uzskikh poėtov na angliĭskiĭ i︠a︡zyk, zametki ob akterskom masterstve, vypiski iz pisem K. Marksa - A. Ruge, bibliograficheskie zametki, zapisnye knizhki (1868, 1870), adresnai︠a︡ kniga dei︠a︡teleĭ mezhdunarodnogo rabochego dvizhenii︠a︡ (19016 1911).

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