Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Rosa Luxemburg" by Lea Ypi

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Primary Literature: Works by Rosa Luxemburg

Translations and Collections

The main sources for Luxemburg's work are as follows, where the abbreviations used for citations in the text are in bold:

1913, Die Akkumulation des Kapitals, Berlin: Paul Singer; translated as The Accumulation of Capital, Agnes Schwarzschild (trans.), London: Routledge, 2003 [1951].
The Complete Works, Peter Hudis (ed.), London: Verso, 2013.
The Rosa Luxemburg Reader, Peter Hudis and Kevin Anderson (eds.), New York: Monthly Review Press, 2004.

Individual Original Works

Secondary Literature

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