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Mitchell Abidor

Death to Bourgeois Society

The Propagandists of the Deed

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ISBN: 978-1-62963-217-9
Verlag: PM Press
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2016

Hauptbeschreibung

Death to Bourgeois Society tells the story of four young anarchists who were guillotined in France in the 1890s. In a time of cynicism and political decay for many, they represented a purity lacking in society, and their actions when they were captured, their forthrightness, their defiance up to the guillotine only added to their lustre. The texts collected here focus on the main avatars of this movement: Ravachol, Auguste Vaillant, Emile Henry and Santo Caserio. The volume contains key first person narratives of the events.


Kurztext / Annotation

Death to Bourgeois Society tells the story of four young anarchists who were guillotined in France in the 1890s. In a time of cynicism and political decay for many, they represented a purity lacking in society, and their actions when they were captured, their forthrightness, their defiance up to the guillotine only added to their lustre. The texts collected here focus on the main avatars of this movement: Ravachol, Auguste Vaillant, Emile Henry and Santo Caserio. The volume contains key first person narratives of the events.


Langtext

Death to Bourgeois Society tells the story of four young anarchists who were guillotined in France in the 1890s. In a time of cynicism and political decay for many, they represented a purity lacking in society, and their actions when they were captured, their forthrightness, their defiance up to the guillotine only added to their lustre. The texts collected here focus on the main avatars of this movement: Ravachol, Auguste Vaillant, Emile Henry and Santo Caserio. The volume contains key first person narratives of the events.