This reading plan mainly gives a sense of time to getting through all three volumes of Capital — that it would take the best part of a year. It is likely to change as we read. The number of pages each week is listed in parentheses.

Capital I: The Process of Production of Capital

 

2 February Chapter 1 (52 pages)

9 February Chapters 2 and 3 (66 pages)

16 February Chapters 4 to 6 (33 pages)

23 February Chapters 7 to 9 (56 pages)

2 March Chapters 10 and 11 (86 pages)

9 March Chapters 12 to 14 (62 pages)

16 March Chapter 15, sections 1 to 4 (61 pages)

23 March Chapter 15, sections 5 to 10 (86 pages)

30 March Chapters 16 to 22 (68 pages)

13 April Chapter3 23 & 24 (50 pages)

20 April Chapter 25 (108 pages)

27 April Chapters 26 to 33 (67 pages)

 

Capital II: The Process of Circulation of Capital

 

Chapters 1 and 2 (57 pages)

Chapters 3 and 4 (32 pages)

Chapters 5 and 6 (29 pages)

Chapters 7 to 9 (34 pages)

Chapters 10 and 11 (38 pages)

Chapters 12 to 15 (62 pages)

19 October Chapters 16 and 17 (55 pages)

26 October Chapters 18 and 19 (40 pages)

2 November Chapter 20 (97 pages)

9 November Chapter 21 (34 pages)

 

Capital III: Formations of the Process as a Whole

 

16 November Chapters 1 to 3 (45 pages)

23 November Chapters 4 to 7 (75 pages)

30 November Chapters 8 to 12 (72 pages)

7 December Chapters 13 to 15 (58 pages)

14 December Chapters 16 to 20 (60 pages)

21 December Chapters 21 to 24 (84 pages)

28 December Chapters 25 to 29 (81 pages)

4 January Chapters 30 to 32 (45 pages)

11 January Chapters 33 to 36 (95 pages)

18 January Chapters 37 to 39 (60 pages)

25 January Chapters 40 to 43 (59 pages)

1 February Chapters 44 to 47 (78 pages)

8 February Chapters 48 to 52 (73 pages)

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