RÉVOLTONS-NOUS MONOLOGUE Paroles de LANOFF Au travail ! Sous l’effort énorme de tes mains La machine d’un coup vient de se mettre en train. Travaille pauvre gueux, il te faut du courage ; Le volant […]
We do not live for ourselves—we live for others. We suffer, we struggle and we die for the gallery, to astonish others, to wrest from them a cry of admiration or praise. To appear is the great, the unique concern for the men of this century.
For the vain glory of appearing, they renounce really living. And this is true in all the domains of their activity. […]
OUR POLICE CENSORSHIP Address delivered October 8, 1909, in Philadelphia, at a public meeting of protest against the police suppression of Emma Goldman’s lectures. By VOLTAIRINE DE CLEYRE FELLOW-MEN: I have written my speech; I […]
Related links: Voltairine de Cleyre [main page] American traditions, begotten of religious rebellion, small self-sustaining communities, isolated conditions, and hard pioneer life, grew during the colonization period of one hundred and seventy years from the […]
L’École Rénovée By Francisco Ferrer. Literal translation of an article written by Francisco Ferrer for the L’Ecole Renovee, the Paris review published in the interests of Modern Education. TO those who wish to renovate the […]
[The essay “On Centralization” is one of the few texts from the collection Critica Libertarian that has remained untranslated. For those interested in the questions addressed here, there was ongoing discussion in Les Temps Nouveaux […]
Sketches of Russian Heroines. I. Vera Figner BY May Beals-Hoffpauir Twenty-two years, nearly one-third of the expected three score and ten, spent in a black prison cell with no glimpse of passing cloud or starry […]