Paul Lafargue (Q317152)

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writer, journalist, literary critic and revolutionary; also known for being Karl Marx's son-in-law (1842-1911)
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Paul Lafargue
writer, journalist, literary critic and revolutionary; also known for being Karl Marx's son-in-law (1842-1911)

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    Paul Lafargue (Catalan)
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    Paul Lafargue (French)
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    The painful impression caused by the dramatic suicide of Paul Lafargue (English)
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    Lafargue and his wife were found dead from poison that Lafargue himself had distilled. (English)
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    25 October 1891Gregorian
    14 October 1893Gregorian
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    Ten years ago he inherited from his mother $31,000, which constituted his entire fortune. (English)

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    Lafargue, Paul
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    28 September 2020
    Paul Lafargue
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    Paul Lafargue (15 Jan 1842 - 26 Nov 1911)
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