I've finally went and bought a copy of capital (the penguin edition), and while I've read through the work somewhat previously (when I was a teenager) I'm pretty sure I really didn't quite comprehend what I was reading nor did I get very far.
So, basically, I'm just wondering if anyone who posts here could offer some advice on reading Capital, if there are any useful videos, books, anything, that would help me along in reading the book itself. I've attempted to get a group together to read it locally where I live, but that was ultimately unsuccessful (I only found one person who was interested and they were far to busy with school for it too really work out). Should I attempt one online, or find one already ongoing?
I've been recommended David Harvey's Reading Capital youtube series of videos and while the first couple of videos I found somewhat helpful, I've also read that further along in the series the videos get much worse and that they aren't particularly helpful (the same goes with his book of the same name).
I've also watched Brendan Cooneys videos on youtube, and while they've been helpful in dealing with some of the same concepts from Capital I'm looking for something focused more on a reading of the book itself.
Anyway, sorry if something like this has been asked here before (I searched and didn't find anything). Thanks in advance.