Browse Items (9 total)

  • Tags: Errico Malatesta

10-21_A.jpg
At 352 pages, this edition of Nettlau's biography of Malatesta - published in the same year (1922) and by the same publisher (Il Martello) -  is 48 pages longer than the other edition. See the other edition for a brief bio of Nettlau, who was…

10-02_A.jpg
This work recites at the outset Ciancabilla's conversion from socialism to anarchism due to his interview of Errico Malatesta in 1897 for an article Ciancabilla was writing for Avanti!. About half of the 78 pages is about his time in the U.S.Author…

06-19_A.jpg
Nettlau (b. Neuwaldegg [Vienna], 1865; d. Amsterdam, 1944) was a German anarchist - indeed, according to Paul Avrich, Nettlau was the foremost historian of anarchism - who met Malatesta in London, and remained friends for the rest of their lives.…

06-18_A.jpg
Biblioteca di Propaganda Rivoluzionaria. A short report written by German anarchist Max Nettlau. It was published by the book arm of L’Azione, a critical weekly of revolutionary propaganda based in Barre, VT, where Luigi Galleani settled after postal…

05-38_A.jpg
The Libreria Sociologica (Sociological Bookstore) in Paterson stocked one of the richest and most varied assortments of inexpensive books and pamphlets for anarchists and socialists in the U.S. These include social novels and dramas, as well as…

05-37_A.jpg
That the story of the transnational work of a figure like Malatesta was written in Italian, published in New York, and printed in Paris by an Italian printer, Tipografia Sociali, is testimony to the international nature of the anarchist movement.…

04-26_A.jpg
The verso of the cover of this pamphlet states “(Tradotto dal supplemento de La Protesta di Buenos Aires)” (translated from the supplement of La Protesta of Buenos Aires). La Protesta is an Argentine anarchist newspaper still in publication. The…

03-40_A.jpg
In 1929 La Fraternelle in Paris published this, D'Andrea's first book of poetry, about her own personal anguish and social struggles, shortly after D'Andrea had entered the U.S. See Richiamo all'anarchia for her bio.Note, on the title page, that this…

02-07_A.jpg
Preface by Sébastien Faure. That the story of the transnational work of a figure like Malatesta was written in Italian, published in New York, and printed in Paris by an Italian printer, Tipografia Sociali, is testimony to the international nature of…
Output Formats

atom, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-xml, rss2