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Emma Goldman (1869–1940)

Forfatter af Anarchism and Other Essays

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Værker af Emma Goldman

Anarchism and Other Essays (1910) 1,085 eksemplarer
Anarkistiske erindringer (1931) 602 eksemplarer
Living My Life, Vol. 1 (1970) 365 eksemplarer
Living My Life, Vol. 2 (1931) 266 eksemplarer
My Disillusionment in Russia (1924) 124 eksemplarer
Marriage and Love (2000) 32 eksemplarer
Femminismo e anarchia (2009) 13 eksemplarer
Den dansande agitatorn : texter (1980) 7 eksemplarer
La palabra como arma (2008) 6 eksemplarer
Works of Emma Goldman 5 eksemplarer
Essays en brieven (1982) 5 eksemplarer
Anarkistiska minnen (2015) 5 eksemplarer
Viviendo mi vida : tomo II ; (1995) 3 eksemplarer
Mother Earth 2 eksemplarer
L'agonie de la révolution (2017) 2 eksemplarer
Voltairine de Cleyre 2 eksemplarer
De la liberté des femmes (2020) 2 eksemplarer
Gelebtes Leben : Band 3 (1980) 2 eksemplarer
Living My Life: Volume 3 (2015) 2 eksemplarer
What I Believe 2 eksemplarer
A Woman without a Country (1979) 2 eksemplarer
Love among the free 2 eksemplarer
L'Anarchisme 1 eksemplar
Två år i Ryssland 1 eksemplar
Tour Impressions 1 eksemplar
Samuel Gompers 1 eksemplar
Sacco and Vanzetti 1 eksemplar
Russell Sage 1 eksemplar
The Pocket Emma Goldman (2018) 1 eksemplar
Anarchism 1 eksemplar
Anarquismo e outros ensaios (2020) 1 eksemplar
The Essential Emma Goldman (2012) 1 eksemplar
On Zionism 1 eksemplar
Mother Earth (Volume 5) (2010) 1 eksemplar
Among Barbarians 1 eksemplar
L'Épopée d'une anarchiste : New York 1886-Moscou 1920 (1979) — Forfatter — 1 eksemplar
Mitä Anarkismi On? 1 eksemplar
A Letter 1 eksemplar
Police Education 1 eksemplar
Police Brutality 1 eksemplar
On the Road 1 eksemplar
Marriage 1 eksemplar
Letter to "Freedom" 1 eksemplar
La Ruche 1 eksemplar
Alexander Berkman 1 eksemplar
A Beautiful Ideal 1 eksemplar

Associated Works

The Essential Feminist Reader (2007) — Bidragyder — 316 eksemplarer
World War I and America: Told by the Americans Who Lived It (1918) — Bidragyder — 193 eksemplarer
Atheism: A Reader (2000) — Bidragyder — 182 eksemplarer
Erotica: Women's Writing from Sappho to Margaret Atwood (1990) — Bidragyder — 168 eksemplarer
The Anarchist Reader (1977) — Forfatter, nogle udgaver124 eksemplarer
The Anarchists (1964) — Bidragyder — 112 eksemplarer
The Essential works of anarchism (1971) — Bidragyder — 88 eksemplarer

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Waldheim Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Russia (birth)
Kovno, Lithuania
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Kaunas, Lithuania
Papile, Lithuania
Konigsberg, Prussia
Rochester, New York, USA
New York, New York, USA
Saint Petersburg, Russia (vis alle 9)
London, England, UK
Saint-Tropez, France
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
political activist
Reitman, Ben (lover)
Coleman, Emily Holmes (secretary)
Berkman, Alexander (lover, comrade)
Most, Johann (mentor)
De Cleyre, Voltairine (friend)
Debs, Eugene V. (friend, comrade)
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Emma Goldman was one of the most famous anarchists and political activists of the early 20th century. She campaigned on behalf of many social issues and her lectures attracted huges crowds. "I want freedom, the right to self-expression, everybody's right to beautiful, radiant things," she said. Emma Goldman dedicated her life to the struggle against inequality, repression and exploitation around the world.



You definitely don't have to be an anarchist to appreciate these essays (I'm not). Things are much better for women now than they were then, but it's sad that some of the issues Goldman writes about are still relevant 100 years later. Lots of food for thought and a good history lesson.

BibliophageOnCoffee | Aug 12, 2022 |
This is a continuation of Goldman's "My Disillusionment in Russia", to which I gave five stars and wrote a goodreads review. Here she does two things. She continues to provide evidence of what she saw and heard talking to many people high and low in several locales during nearly two years (1920-1921) in Russia following the 1917 revolutions there: the crushing of the revolution by the top-down brutal dictatorship imposed by the Bolsheviks where the ends justified any means whatever and the means then replaced the ends.

Goldman finishes with an afterword that is about a fifth of the book and discusses her ideas about revolutions. It is not without interest, but it has anarchist view, rather unlike the rest of these two books which appear to be fairly neutral reporting of facts. Goldman writes well, thinks well and has done her own thinking. She cares about people.

With these two first-hand accounts and later similar reports by others about the Soviet system, there was no excuse whatever for the worship of Soviet communism that swept socialists, communists and others off their feet around the world during subsequent decades, worship that hardly abated after the Moscow show trials of the late 1930's, the crushing of the Hungarian revolution 0f 1956 and the Czech uprising of 1968, the Berlin Wall of 1961, and many other outrages. There are worshipers still.
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KENNERLYDAN | Jul 11, 2021 |
This is an excellent look at how the Bolsheviks destroyed the promise of the Russian revolution. The writer was a defender of Bolshevism before her exile from the United States to to Russia in 1919 and reluctantly arrived at that realization after living and traveling there for two years and talking to many people at every level and viewing living conditions and the operations of the Bolsheviks.

Due to a publishing error, about a third of this book was left out but was later published as "My Further Disillusionment in Russia". Both are free at archiv.org.… (mere)
KENNERLYDAN | 2 andre anmeldelser | Jul 11, 2021 |



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