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I’ve just finished a working translation of Ravachol’s “Memoirs,” which were dictated to his prison guards in 1892, and am taking the opportunity to also post two related documents, “The Hare and the Hunter,” the article for which Ravachol’s accomplice Georges Etiévant was tried and convicted in 1898, and a letter to the “Comrades of l’Endehors,” by Emile Henry, written in response to Malatesta’s “A Little Theory,” in the wake of Ravachol’s trials.
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Independent scholar, translator and archivist.