Research article


Ms Marieta Jagdalla

Online First: December 30, 2022

Getting Judged for appearances is easy. People get judged because of branded things like Clothing, Shoes, watches, phones and iPhones. There are a lot of examples and experiences we face in our daily life where everyone judges us for one reason or another. They either ignore or reject or totally get dejected because of their financial conditions. But nobody is going to accept that a few of their friends are only with them for the sake of Money. We all know money has a very important role in every relationship, many times people get valued because of only money. We all know to get better life or future we all need to have money or strong financial status. Marxism deals with the exact scenario, the concept is how the financial condition effect Human life, How human life becomes part of literature and how they communicate things to the level of money. Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Adam Smith and all the great writers who have gone for truth, ideologies, understanding, domination, and culture. They all have supported the Unity of humanism. They didn’t believe in caste creed in the culture they believed that there is always dominating one and the dominant one i.e., the rich class and the poor class. The fundamental ideas of Marxism, are the most radical philosophy of our time. Marxism is considered to be the most influential ideology, along with liberalism. Marxism, liberalism, and idealism are the three key political science ideas. The state as a machine, an organism, and a class is the three categories into which C.L. Wayper separated distinct perspectives on the state. To put it another way, the state may be viewed from the organic, mechanical, and class perspectives. The organic perspective is idealism, the mechanical perspective is liberalism, and the class perspective is marxism. This paper deals with the seven basic principles of Marxism and their relation or connection with literature.


Money, condition, Marxism, principles, relation, house relationship, satisfaction, desires, etc.