Amazon Audible

To the Finland Station: A Study in the Writing and Acting of History

  • Type: Book
  • Length: 544 pages

Nonfiction Historical Thriller

To the Finland Station is a historical study of European Socialism and Revolutions from the 1789 French Revolution to the 1917 Bolshevik October Revolution. The book introduces readers to French historian Jules Michelet and such utopians, anarchists and communists as Robert Owen, Charles Fourier, Mikhail Bajunin, Friedrich Engels, Vladimir Lenin and Karl Marx, the founder of communism. - AsNotedIn




Google Ad
People

Places
  • Europe, "To the Finland Station" is a historical study of the effects of the Russian Revolution on Europe, utopians, anarchists and communists of the day, including Robert Owen, Charles Fourier, Mikhail Bajunin and others.
  • Saint Petersburg, Northwestern Vladimir Lenin arrives at the Finlyandsky Rail Terminal in St Petersburg (rebuilt 1960), April 1917.

Timeline

Y/M/D Association Description Place Locale Food Event
1940/09/00 Edmund Wilson Author To the Finland Station - published
1940/09/00 Harcourt Brace and Company Publisher To the Finland Station - published

Information »



Particulars for To the Finland Station: A Study in the Writing and Acting of History:
Art Type Book
Political Theory Communism
Narrative Arts Factual




Shop Amazon
Google Ad

Google Ad