Paper1 thesis - the difficulties of the lower class to...

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Jessica Gimbel 2/18/11 History 120 Marx, Tolstoy, and Maupassant all tackle the question of class in 19 th -century Europe. What problems related to class do these authors identify? What kinds of solutions do they offer? Base your analysis on two of these texts. Thesis: In an era of revolutions, Marx and Maupassant tackle the question of class conflict by either advocating communism over socialism in society or by exemplifying
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Unformatted text preview: the difficulties of the lower class to synthesize class-consciousness and ultimately remove class distinctions as a whole. In this sense Marx established a following more effectively that Maupassant because his “Communist Manifesto” reached out to more Europeans and became the groundwork for communism to survive in areas of Europe in the 19 th and early 20 th century....
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