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DE CLEYRE, Voltairine (1866-1912)

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de CLEYRE, Voltairine (born 17 November 1866, Leslie, Michigan - died 6 June 1912, Chicago, Illinois)

Nombre total d'articles : 40


DE CLEYRE, Voltairine. "Some Nihilists I Have Met"
Introduction by Robert P. Helms Voltairine de Cleyre (1866-1912) has drawn plenty of well-deserved attention in recent years by historians of anarchism, of feminism, sex radicalism, and atheism. My research for a book on the early anarchists of Philadelphia has caused me to understand ever more clearly why, during her life, she was considered an intellectual of very high stature, why (...)

HELMS, Robert P.- "The New Hope : Voltairine de Cleyre’s Forgotten Poem"
The celebrated anarchist, freethinker, poet, feminist, and public intellectual Voltairine de Cleyre (1866-1912) was twenty-six years old in 1893, living in West Philadelphia and at her best game as a writer and activist. She was then contributing occasional letters, articles, and a few poems to the Boston Investigator, which in its day (1831-1904) was a well-respected and lively forum for (...)


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