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- Starting from the fifties the book goes over the British history, narrating the difficulties of the period following the war – those were the years of Mark growing up in a needy family (or ; in these years Mark was growing up in a needy family?)
- the catalogue contains (or presents?)
- He usually went to the theatre Arcos, actually the only theatre in his town (I want to say that where he lived there was only one theatre)
- he read the books belonging to the Communist Party (I mean the books belonging to the tradition of this Party)
- this discipline was a great teaching for (or to) him
thanks for your help and regarding your question:
I mean the books written by communist spokesmen like Lenin, Stalin, Marxs........SO how would I put it? The books issued by the Communist party?
No, if they are books written by these authors, then "books written by leading Communists/Communist thinkers/Communist theorists".
Definitely not "Communist Party" - Marx wrote before it existed.
My question is: apart from this, is it possible to say that a book "belongs" to an ideology, or a genre (for instance: Wordsmorth's works belong to romanticism)?
A book can "belong" to a genre or ideology - Tolkien's works belong to the genre of fantasy; Marx's works belong to the theory of politics; Adam Smith's works belong to the field of economy.