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Marxism is not an ideology that was founded and formed by itself. It was shaped by many factors that were conducive towards its development. It also does not suggest that this ideology is a borrowed one, from another exisiting ideology or vision. Marxisathinte Uravidangal by C P Narayanan looks into the organic growth and development of the vision of Marx and Engels, like that of the popular ideologies of Germany, the financial philosophy of England or the Socialist thought from France, all of which were framed over time.