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Shlyapnikov suspected that she had made up the entire story in order to escape him, so he expressed his anguish to her: I still very much love you and want to keep you as a friend. I do not want to extinguish this beautiful feeling and I cannot bear to see and feel that you are now killing this love towards me, and only in service of some preconceived notion of ‘inability to unify love and work’. 15 Rarely did he express in writing such wounded emotions; his typical tone in letters to her was calm, slightly humourous and business-like.
16 Inexpensive copies circulated among workers. 17 He wrote in order to improve his capabilities as a worker-intelligent and, more practically, to garner income when no factory work was available. But his primary 15 rgaspi, f. 134, op. 4, d. 7, ii. 1–3, 15 June 1913. 16 Gorshkov 2009, p. 143. 17 His articles in Prosveshchenie were published under his real name, but in some articles for Metallist, he used a pseudonym. These articles (see the Bibliography below) were later incorporated into his book, Po zavodam Frantsii i Germanii.
1, d. 12, i. 1, letter from Shliapnikov to an unidentified person about hosting Lenin and French workers on 21 May 1911. 8 Revolutionary socialists often referred to the ‘masses’, the meaning of which could vary. Sometimes it meant all those who engaged in manual labour. At other times, it meant only factory workers who were socialists. 9 Shliapnikov 1919c, p. 1. Emigration And The Revolutionary Underground 41 While Shlyapnikov was becoming closer to Lenin politically, he romanced the socialist feminist, Alexandra Kollontai (1872–1952).