Literary History

Primary sources

Ba Jin (1984). Random Thoughts. Trans. Geremie Barmé. Hongkong: Joint Pub. Co.

– – – (2005). Selected Works of Ba Jin. Beijing: Wai wen chu ban she (Foreign Languages Press).

Baginski, Max (1906). “The Old and the New Drama.” Mother Earth 1: 36-42.

Bakunin, Mikhail. God and the State. New York: Dover, 1970.

  • <–See his comparison of art to science on pp. 56-57 amd his critique of French and German Romanticism on pp. 80-82.

Ball, Hugo (1974). Flight Out Of Time: A Dada Diary. Ed. John Elderfield. Trans. Ann Raimes. New York: Viking.

Beck, Julian (1972). Life of the Theater: The Relation of the Artist to the Struggle of the People. New York: Limelight Editions.

  • <–“Beck was a member of the Living Theater collective, a guerrilla theater troupe that traveled the globe during the 1960’s and early 70’s. The book is a collage of paragraphs, poems, thoughts, and meditations, all written during his travels. All add up to express his vision of ‘the beautiful nonviolent anarchist revolution.’ He argues that the actor’s job is to make people feel” (Chuck Munson).

B[ertoni]., L[uigi]. (1910). “A propos de littérature immorale.” Le Réveil socialiste-anarchiste 9.272: 1.

  • <– An excerpt (translation mine): “We hear a lot of noise about criminal literature, Nick Carter, Buffalo Bill, Sherlock Holmes, The Eye of the Police, etc… Democratic education is particularly depressing. It is a matter of making good citizens, respectful of laws, regulations, and authorities, who will know no other weapon for their battles than the ballot… No more heroism, drunkenness, enthusiasm, personal sacrifice, profound devotion, just a life based on the smallest and the lowest calculations, on the idiotic and pretentious morality of officials with stunted, atrophied brains… The task of all sincere and revolutionary socialists must, on the other hand, be that of maintaining among the oppressed and the disinherited the worship of intrepid acts, reckless efforts, and generous folly. And for that, nothing would want better than the study of all the popular struggles of the past against age-old tyrannies.”

C. D. (1936). “Teatro. El gato y su selva.” Nervio 46: 36-37.

– – – (1936). “Autores combativos. A propósito de la última novela de Claudio MacKay.” Nervio 43: 11-12.

– – – (1935). “La novela revolucionaria del indio ecuatoriano. Huasipungo, de Jorge Icaza.” Nervio 41: 9-10.

Carpio, Campio (1949). Pasión y poesía: ensayos. Buenos Aires: Editorial Claridad.

Comfort, Alex (1946). Art and Social Responsibility: Lectures on Ideology of Romanticism. London: Falcon Press.

– – – (1948). The Novel & Our Time. London: Phoenix House.

de Cleyre, Voltairine (1914). Selected Works of Voltairine de Cleyre. Ed. Hippolyte Havel. New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association.

– – – , and Eugenia C. DeLamotte (2004). Gates of Freedom: Voltairine de Cleyre and the Revolution of the Mind. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

  • <–Contains a broad selection of de Cleyre’s published work, letters, etc., with exceptionally perceptive commentary by DeLamotte.

Gatti, Armand (2001). De l’anarchie comme battements d’ailes. Paris: Syllepse.

– – – (2002). La traversée des langages. Besançon: PUFC. Presses universitaires franc-comtoises.

Ghiraldo, Alberto (1909). Alma gaucha. Drama en 3 actos y 8 cuadros. Buenos Aires: Pascual Mediano Editor.

– – – (1906). Carne doliente. Buenos Aires: A.R.

– – – (1928). Humano ardor (Aventuras, luchas y amores de Salvador de la Fuente). Novela argentina. Madrid: CIAP.

– – – (1911). Hechos y comentarios seguide de Páginas Intimas y algunos artículos de varios escritores. Buenos Aires – Montevideo: Imprenta B. Puey.

Goldman, Emma (1910). “The Drama: A Powerful Disseminator of Radical Thought.” Anarchism and Other Essays. New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association. 247-277.

– – – (1914). The Social Significance of the Modern Drama. Boston: R.G. Badger.

González Prada, Manuel. Free Pages and Other Essays: Anarchist Musings. Trans. Frederick H. Fornoff. Ed. David Sobrevilla. New York: Oxford University Press, 2003.

Goodman, Paul (1977). Creator Spirit Come!: The Literary Essays of Paul Goodman. Ed. Taylor Stoehr. New York: Free Life Editions.

– – – (1972). Speaking and Language: Defence of Poetry. New York: Random House.

  • <–Largely an anarchist critique of structuralist linguistics and literary theory, in many respects parallel with Voloshinov’s attack on the Russian Formalists.

– – – (1962). Utopian Essays and Practical Proposals. New York: Random House.

Guerra, Armando [a.k.a. Armand Guerra, a.k.a. José Estivalis] (1901). “El trabajo, última novela de Zola.” La Revista Blanca 4.72: 748.

Guyau, Jean-Marie (1902). “La simpatia y la sociabilidad en la critica.” La Revista Blanca 4.91: 591-597.

– – – (1905). “La literatura de los décadentes.” Natura 2.37: 202-206.

  • <–Guyau was a fellow-traveller and influence on anarchists, admired greatly by Peter Kropotkin for his work on non-theistic moral philosophy.

Hamon, Augustin Frédéric, and Henriette Hamon (1912). “La critique et ‘La profession de Madame Warren.'” Grande revue 16.7: 569-576.

– – – (1912). “‘Pièces déplaisantes’ de Bernard Shaw: en guise de préface.” Revue d’Europe et d’Amérique 15: 365-382.

– – – (1972). The Technique of Bernard Shaw’s Plays. Folcroft, PA: Folcroft Library Editions.

– – – (1915). The Twentieth Century Molière: Bernard Shaw. London: Allen & Unwin.

Hotz, Charles [a.k.a. Édouard Rothen] (1924). L’art et le peuple. Paris: Éd. du Groupe de propagande par la brochure.

Kropotkin, Peter (1970). “An Appeal to the Young.” Kropotkin’s Revolutionary Pamphlets. Ed. Roger N. Baldwin. New York: Dover Books. 261-282.

  • <–Originally published as “Aux jeunes gens” in Le Révolté, 26 juin-21 août 1880. Also translated by George Woodcock as “To the Young” in Words of a Rebel (Montréal: Black Rose Books, 1992), 44-63. Of particular interest here are the words Kropotkin addresses “To Artists” on pp. 272-273 and 278 (52-54 and 58 in Words of a Rebel).

– – – (1916). Ideals and Realities in Russian Literature. New York: A. A. Knopf.

– – – (1898). “Edward Bellamy.” Freedom 12: 42.

– – – (1890). “Le Vingtième Siècle (IV).” La Révolte 3.16: 1-2.

– – – (1889). “Le Vingtième Siècle (III).” La Révolte 3.15: 1-2.

– – – (1889). “Le Vingtième Siècle (II).” La Révolte 3.14: 1.

– – – (1889). “Le Vingtième Siècle (I).” La Révolte 3.12: 1-2.

Lacerda de Moura, Maria (1932). “A Fraternidade Pela Arte e Pela Mulher.” “A Mulher é uma Degenerada.” Rio de Janeiro: Civilização Brasileira. 167-202.

  • <– The title (“Woman Is a Degenerate”) is a mocking quotation of anti-feminist psychiatrist Miguel Bombardo. Originally published 1924. Includes a consideration of “Literatura burguesa” and “Literatura rebelde.”

– – – (1931). “Ibsen e a Academia de Letras.” Civilização — Tronco de Escravos. Rio de Janeiro: Civilização Brasileira Editora. 105-115.

– – – (1931). “O Dragão e as Virgens.” Civilização — Tronco de Escravos. Rio de Janeiro: Civilização Brasileira Editora. 135-160.

  • <– On Afonso Schmidt’s novel, O Dragão e as Virgens (The Dragon and the Virgins) (1926).

Landauer, Gustav (1907). “Algernon Charles Swinburne. Zu einem 70. Geburtstag (5. April).” Der Zeitgeist 13: ??.

– – – (1912). “Bayreuth.” Der Sozialist ??: ??-??.

– – – (1890). “Das neue soziale Drama (Familie Selicke).” Deutschland. Wochenschrift für Kunst, Literatur, Wissenschaft und soziales Leben. ??: 476-479.

– – – (1898). “Der Dichter als Ankläger.” Der Sozialist ??: ??.

– – – (1900). “Die blaue Blume.” Die Nation 17.28: 395-397.

– – – (1915-1916). “Die deutsche Romantik in Literatur, Musik und bildender Kunst.” Die Volksbühne ??: ??-??.

– – – (1892). “Die Zukunft und die Kunst.” Die Neue Zeit 10: 532-535.

– – – (1899). “Dostojewski.” Das Neue Jahrhundert 2. Halbjahrband: ??.

– – – (1906). “Drei Dramen und ihre Richter.” Die Schaubühne 2.6: ??-??.

– – – (1919). “Eine Ansprache an die Dichter.” Die Erhebung, Jahrbuch für Neue Dichtung und Wertung 296-304.

– – – (1919). “Enleitung in Strindbergs Gespenstersonate.” Das Forum 3.6: 415-427.

– – – (1997). “Fragment über Georg Kaiser.” Dichter, Ketzer, Aussenseiter: Essays und Reden zu Literatur, Philosophie, Judentum. Ed. Hanna Delf. Berlin: Akademie Verlag. ??-??.

– – – (1916). “Friedrich Hölderlin in seinen Gedichten.” Die weissen Blätter 3: 183-213.

– – – (1899). “Fritz Mauthner.” Die Zukunft 29: 296-305.

– – – (1912). “Fritz Mauthners Buddha-Dichtung.” Berliner Tageblatt ??.

– – – (1918). “Goethes Politik.” Masken 14.9, 14: ??.

— – – (1892). “Gerhard Hauptmann.” Die Neue Zeit 10: 612-621.

– – – (1899). “Goethe.” Der Sozialist ??: ??.

– – – (1907). “Hofmannsthals ‘Odipus.'” Das Blaubuch ??: ??.

– – – (1920). “Kulturprogramm.” Fidelis 4.8: 582-599.

– – – (1910). “Lew Nikolajewitsch Tolstoi.” Der Sozialist ??: ??.

– – – (1911). “Leo Tostoi: Für alle Tage” Der Sozialist: ??.

– – – (1901). “Mauthners Sprachkritik.” Die Zukunft 35: 134-40.

– – – (1901). “Mauthners Sprachwissenschaft.” Die Zukunft 37: 312-323.

– – – (1903). “Mauthners Werk.” Die Zukunft 42: 455-464.

– – – (1905). “Musik der Welt.” Die Zukunft 52: 174-176.

– – – (1913). “Philister über dir, Hauptmann!” Der Sozialist ??.

– – – (1909). Review of Felix Paul Greve, ed., Jonathan Swifts Prosaschriften. Das literarische Echo 11.11: 817-818.

– – – (1962). Shakespeare: dargestellt in Vorträgen. Hrsg. M. Buber. ??: Hamburg.

– – – (1923). Skepsis und Mystik: Versuche im Anschluss on Mauthners Sprachkritik. ??: Köln.

– – – (1892). “Sprache und Schrift.” Das Magazin für Litteratur ??: 155-156.

– – – (1892). “Sprache und Schrift.” Das Magazin für Litteratur ??: 189-191.

– – – (1907). “Streit um Whitman.” Das literarische Echo 1528. ??

– – – (1916). “Strindberg.” Neue Jugend 1: 135-136.

– – – (1917). “Strindbergs historische Miniaturen.” Der Jude 2.1-2: 97-109.

– – – (1918). “Strindbergs Traumspiel.” Masken ??: 49-64.

– – – (1920). “Thesen zur Wirklichkeit und Verwirklichung: Ein Fragment aus dem Nachlass Gustav Landauers.” Die Erhebung, Jahrbuch für neue Dichtung und Wertung 318-322.

– – – (1919). “Troilus und Cressida.” Deutsche Bühne 1: 177-217.

– – – (1890). “Über epische und dramatische Dichtung” Deutschland 4 and 11: ??.

– – – (1913). “Walt Whitman.” Der Sozialist ??.

– – – (1908). “Zur Kritik der Sprachkunst.” Kritik der Kritik 2.12: 283-336.

– – – (1913). “Zur Poesie der Juden.” Freistatt ??

— – – (1918). “Zur Uraufführung von Georg Kaisers ‘Gas.'” Masken ??.

– – – (1918). “Zu Tolstois Tagebuch.” Die Weltbühne ??: 333-337.

Lazare, Bernard (1895). Figures contemporaines; ceux d’aujourd’hui, ceux de demain. Paris: Perrin.

– – – (1896). L’Écrivain et l’art social. Béarn: Bibliothèque de l’art social.

– – – (1892). “Les Livres.” Review of A. Ferdinand Herold, Chevaleries sentimentales. Entretiens politiques et littéraires ??: 475-478.

– – – et al (1994). Lettres à Jean Grave; suivies de, Jean Grave, quelques mots: deux articles de l’auteur, Bernard Lazare. Et d’une lettre d’Emile de Saint-Auban à l’auteur sur Jean Grave. Ed. Philippe Oriol. Paris: Au fourneau.

– – – (1891). Les quatre faces. Paris: Librairie de l’art indépendant.

Leuenroth, Edgard (s.d.). A Poesia Social na Literatura Brasileira. São Paulo.

  • <–Unpublished anthology.

Martínez Ruiz, José [a.k.a. Azorín] (1895). Anarquistas literarios: Notas sobre la literatura española. Madrid, Libr. de Fernando Fé.

Muñoz, Manuel Morales, ed. (2002). Cultura e ideología en el anarquismo español (1870-1910). Málaga: Publicaciones Centro de Ediciones de la Diputación de Málaga.

  • <–An anthology of short writings on culture and literature by Spanish anarchists during the heyday of La Revista Blanca.

Oiticica, José (1960). Curso de literatura. Rio de Janeiro: Germinal.

– – – (1942). Manual de análise (léxica e sintática). Rio de Janeiro: F. Alves.

– – – (1957). O teatro russo. Conferância pronunciada no Rio em 1952. Niterói: Papelaria e tipografia J. Gonçalves.

Peirats, José (1990). “Impío Baroja.” Anthropos 18: 124-125.

– – – (1990). “La Ironía hilarante y la sátira social.” Anthropos 18: 118.

– – – (1990). “Zola entre la rima y la prosa.” Anthropos 18: 117-118.

Poulaille, Henry. Nouvel âge littéraire. París: Valois, 1930.

  • <–An anarchist who, influenced by Proudhon, Sorel, and Lazare, championed “proletarian literature.”

Prat, José (1898). “Teatro nuevo.” Ciencia social 2.3: 46-48.

Proudhon, Pierre-Joseph (1858). De la justice dans la révolution et dans l’église; nouveaux principes de philosophie pratique adressés à son éminence Monseigneur Mathieu, cardinal-archevêque de Besançon. Paris: Garnier frères.

– – – (1862). Les Majorats littéraires: examen d’un projet de loi ayant but de créer, au profit des auteurs, inventeurs et artistes, un monopole perpétuel. Bruxelles: Office de publicité.

Quillard, Pierre (1993). L’Anarchie par la littérature. Paris: Éditions du Fourneau.

– – – (1893). “Lettre à Bernard Lazare.” Mercure de France ??: 256-260.

– – – (1899). “Octave Mirbeau.” Mercure de France ??: 69-75.

  • <–A review of Octave Mirbeau’s Le Jardin des supplices (The Torture Garden).

Santos, Mateo (1937). Un ensayo de teatro experimental. Caspe (Zaragoza): Imp. Barguño, empresa colectivizada.

Torres Heredia, Antonio (1937). “El Teatro, como factor de educación social.” Acracia 5: ??-??.

Valldeperes, Manuel (1937). La força social i revolucionaria del teatre. Barcelona: Editorial Forje.

Secondary sources

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Arvidsson, Karl-Anders (1988). Henry Poulaille et la littérature prolétarienne française des années 1930. Sweden: Kungälv.

Aubery, Pierre (1968). “The Anarchism of the Literati of the Symbolist Period.” The French Review 42.1: 39-47.

Barrancos, Dora (1991). Educación, cultura y trabajadores 1890-1930. Buenos Aires: Centro Editor de América Latina.

– – – (1992). “Reseña del libro de Hernán DÍAZ, Alberto GHIRALDO, anarquismo y cultura.” Entre pasados, rivista de historia 2.2: ??-??.

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Berman, Jessica (2001). Modernist Fiction, Cosmopolitanism, and the Politics of Community. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

  • <–Interesting chapter on Bernard Lazare.

Bianco, Luciana Alocco (1993). “Contre la rhétorique par la rhétorique: la figure de l’antanaclase chez Vallès.” Les Amis de Jules Vallès 16: 63–73.

Blechman, Max, ed. (1992). Drunken Boat. Brooklyn, NY: Autonomedia.

– – – , ed. (1994). Drunken Boat: Art, Rebellion, Anarchy. Brooklyn, NY: Autonomedia.

– – – , ed. (1999). Revolutionary Romanticism: A Drunken Boat Anthology. San Francisco: City Lights Books.

Bouvier, Luke (1998). Writing, Voice, and the Proper: Jules Vallès and the Politics of Orality. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Bruce, Donald M. (1993). “Exchanging Values: Symbolic Resistance to the Cash Nexus in Jules Vallès’ Jacques Vingtras.Literature and Money. Ed. Anthony Purdy. Amsterdam/Atlanta: Rodopi. 155-179.

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Casey, Simon (2003). Naked Liberty and the World of Desire: Elements of Anarchism in the Work of D.H. Lawrence. New York: Routledge.

Chapman, Rosemary (1992). Henry Poulaille and Proletarian Literature 1920-1939. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Clarke, Bruce (1996). Dora Marsden and Early Modernism: Gender, Individualism, Science. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

Close, Glen S. (2000). La imprenta enterrada: Baroja, Arlt y el imaginario anarquista. Rosario, Argentina: B. Viterbo Editora.

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de la Rosa, María Fernanda. “La creación artística anarquista en la ciudad de Buenos Aires (1900-1930).” Revista Aisthesis 63 (2018): 75-91.

  • <– Abstract (edited): “Art had always a prominent place in libertarian universe because the productions were tools of propaganda that carried a marked ideological purpose. This article reconstructs the characteristics of anarchist art in Buenos Aires between 1900 and 1930. It studies the doctrinal texts of the main theorists and the way in which they influenced the local artists, as well as the articulation between local productions, newspaper articles and specialized art magazines, in order to address the aesthetic values that delineate these productions. It concludes that, although anarchism preferred to exclude national realities due to its strong internationalism, Argentine libertarian art had a strong local component that does not deny the libertarian anchoring of those artists and militants.”

Despoix, Philippe (1995). [WWW] “De la scène à l’histoire: l’antipolitique de Gustav Landauer.” Romantisme 87: 13-28.

Diaz, Hernán (1991). Alberto Ghiraldo, anarquismo y cultura. Buenos Aires: CEAL.

Dueñas Lorente, José Domingo (2001). “Felipe Alaiz, escritor anarquista huido del parnaso.” Trébede: Mensual aragonés de análisis, opinión y cultura 52: 78-83.

Eisenzweig, Uri (2001). Fictions de l’anarchisme. Paris: Christian Bourgois.

– – – (1999). “Poétique de l’attentat: anarchisme et littérature fin-de-siècle.” Revue d’histoire littéraire de la France 99.3 (1999): 439-452.

– – – (1995). “Représentations Illégitimes: Dreyfus, ou la fin de l’anarchisme.” Romantisme 87 (1995): 76-85.

Fähnders, Walter (1987). Anarchismus und Literatur: ein vergessenes Kapitel deutscher Literaturgeschichte zwischen 1890 und 1910. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler.

Farr, Roger (2005). “‘Insurrectionary Wilderness of the I’: Phyllis Webb’s Anarchist Poetics.” West Coast Line 45: 63-76.

– – – (forthcoming). “Poetic License: Hugo Ball and the Anarchists.” Anarchist Studies.

Fernández Soria, Juan Manuel (1996). Cultura y libertad: la educación en las Juventudes Libertarias (1936-1939). Valencia: Universitat de Valencia.

Foguet i Boreu, Francesc (2002). Las Juventudes Libertarias y el teatro revolucionario: Cataluña (1936-1939). Madrid: Fundación de Estudios Libertarios Anselmo Lorenzo.

García de Pruneda, Sol (2000). “La significación social del teatro moderno : estudio sobre el despertar de la conciencia política en el teatro social y el modelo anarquista.” La estética de la Transgresión, revisiones críticas del teatro de vanguardia. Ed. Cécile Vivandre de Sousa and Antonio Ballesteros González. Cuenca: Ediciones de la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha. 61-68.

Gemie, Sharif (1994). “Mirbeau and Anarchism.” Anarchist Studies 2.1: 3-22.

– – – (2001). “Mirbeau and the Politics of Misogyny.” Journal of European Studies 31.1: 71-98.

– – – (1998). “Octave Mirbeau and the Changing Nature of Right-Wing Political Culture: France, 1870–1914.” International Review of Social History 43: 111-135.

Giustachini, Ana Ruth (1990). [WWW] “La dimensión verbal en el teatro anarquista: la columna de fuego de Alberto Ghiraldo.”

– – – (1993). “Florencio Sánchez y el intertexto del teatro francés.” De Sarah Bernhardt a Lavelli: teatro francés y teatro argentino: 1890-1990. Buenos Aires: Galerna. 31-38.

Golluscio de Montoya, Eva (1986). [WWW] “Circulos anarquistas y circuitos contraculturales en la Argentina del 1990.” Caravelle 46: 49-64.

– – – (1986). “El primer levantamiento radical y el teatro popular del Río de La Plata (1890).” Gestos 2: 99-109.

– – – (1988). “El manuscrito Maestrini de ¡Ladrones!, la primera obra de Florencio Sánchez.” Caravelle 50: 209-213.

– – – (1988). “Sobre Ladrones y Canillitas: Florencio Sánchez y la delegación de poderes.” Gestos 6: 87-97.

– – – (1989). [WWW] “El monólogo: una convención de la escena libertaria (Rio de la Plata, 1900).” Cahiers de l’Université 90: 309-327.

  • <–Also in Espacio 4.6-7 (1990): 99-108.

– – – (1991). “Un mito libertario en el teatro del Río de la Plata Canillita.” Le Théâtre Latinoaméricain. Tradition et innovation. ??: Publications de l’Université d’Aix-enProvence. ??-??.

– – – (1992). “Teatro y Utopía.” Apuntes ??.??: ??-??.

– – – (1992). “Pactos de representación en un teatro militante el problema del destinatario (los libertarios rioplatenses, 1880-1930).” De la Colonia a la postmodernidad. Teoría teatral y crítica sobre teatro latinoamericano. Ed. Peter Roster y Mario Rojas. Buenos Aires: Edit. Galerna. 107-118.

– – – (1994). “Florencio Sánchez.” Histoire Universelle de la Littérature. Paris: PUF.

– – – (1995). [WWW] “Folletines libertarios (Argentina – 1900).” Caravelle 65: 81-101.

– – – (1995). “El patrimonio dramático libertario rioplatense (balance de una investigación).” El teatro y los días. Buenos Aires: Galema. 111-117.

– – – (1996). “Los centros libertarios de Buenos Aires y el Teatro español: un intercambio silencioso.” Gestos 22: 161-170.

– – – (1997). “La palabra en contraste: una constante del teatro rioplatense (Carlos Pacheco, Arrnando Discépolo, Roberto Arlt).” Revista Río de la Plata 17-18: 419-435.

  • <–Also in Teatro 6 (marzo-agosto 1998_: 18-23.

– – – (1998). “Procedimientos citacionales en una farsa argentina de los años 30 (Saverio el Cruel de Roberto Arlt).” Théâtre, public, société. Perpignan: Presses Universitaires de Perpignan. 243-251.

  • <–Also in El Teatro y su critica, Buenos Aires, Galema, 1998, p. 235-243.

– – – (1999). “Locura, poder, alturas hacia una geografía del tablado (Saverio el Cruel de Roberto Arlt).” Locos, excéntricos y marginales en las literaturas latinoamericanas. Poitiers: Centre de Recherches Latino-américaines. 516-526.

  • <–Also in Teatro XU 3 (1966): 13-17.

– – – (2000). “Los personajes-memoria dos Saverios y un organito”, en El teatro de Roberto Arlt cien años después, Cuadernos del Getea n° 12.

Goodway, David, ed. (1998). Herbert Read Reassessed. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

Goyanes, Emilio (2002). “‘Cabaret Caracol’: Un cabaret anarquista en una ciudad sitiada.” ADE teatro: Revista de la Asociación de Directores de Escena de España 90: 196-198.

Gréau, Valia (2002). Georges Darien et l’anarchisme littéraire. Tusson, Charente: Du Lérot.

Green, Martin (1999). “Weber and Lawrence and Anarchism.” Max Weber and the Culture of Anarchy. Ed. Sam Whimster. New York: St. Martin’s Press. 72-82.

Groys, Boris (2018). Russian Cosmism. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Heller, Leonid (1996). “Voyage au pays de l’anarchie: Un itinéraire: l’utopie.” Cahiers du Monde Russe 37.3: 249-275.

  • <– Abstract: “In this essay, we deal with what we call the ‘anarchist component’ of Russian modernism. At first, we discuss the fascination of a large number of prominent modernist artists, — Western and Russian as well — , for the issues that have been put forward by the anarchist thought. This fascination was favored in Russia by the secular domestic tradition. Then we show that the avant-garde of the 1910’s- 1920’s was initially attracted and made its contribution to the anarchist ideology and structures (such as press). The instances of Khlebnikov and Rodchenko illustrate this point. The second part of the essay outlines the Utopian and polemic writings of the notorious anarchist activists of the revolutionary era, the Gordin brothers. We point out the numerous relations that seem to exist between the Gordins’ work and the modernist attitude toward the world, art, and politics. A brief comment on several other anarchist writers closes this attempt to delimitate our object of investigation for a future and more thorough treatment.”

Kadlec, David (2000). Mosaic Modernism: Anarchism, Pragmatism, Culture. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

– – – (1993). “Pound, Blast, and Syndicalism.” ELH 60.4: 1015-1031.

Klaus, H. Gustav, and Stephen Thomas Knight, eds. (2005). To Hell with Culture: Anarchism and Twentieth-Century British Literature. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Knowles, Dorothy (1992). “Armand Gatti’s Theatre of Social Experiment.” New Theatre Quarterly 7.30: 123-139.

– – – (1993). “The Restorative Function of Language in Armand Gatti’s Experimental Theatre for the ‘Exclus’ of Society.” Theatre Research International 18.1: 36-52.

Kritz, Ori (1997). The Poetics of Anarchy: David Edelshtat’s Revolutionary Poetry. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

Kubler, Cornelius C. (1985). “Europeanized Grammar in Ba Jin’s Novel JiaJournal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association 20.1: 39-66.

Kuramochi, Saburo (1999). “D.H. Lawrence’s Women in Love and Otto Gross.” Eigo Eibungaku Kenkyu 5: 1-14.

Lang, Olga (1967). Pa Chin and His Writings: Chinese Youth between the Two Revolutions. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

  • <–On Ba Jin (a.k.a. Bakin, Pa Chin, Pa Kin, etc.).

Langlois, Walter G. (1978). “Anarchism, Action and Malraux.” Twentieth Century Literature 24.3: 272-289.

Lay, Howard G (2002). “Beau Geste!: On the Readability of Terrorism.” Yale French Studies 101: 79-100.

– – – (1999). “Reflecs d’un Gniaff: On Émile Pouget and Le Père Peinard.” Making the News: Modernity and the Mass Press in Nineteenth-Century France. Ed. Dean de la Motte and Jeanenne M. Przybylski. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press. 82-138.

  • <–Excellent analysis of Pouget’s subversive style.

Lechner, Jan (1993). “La poesía anarquista de la guerra civil.” Anthropos: Boletín de información y documentación 148: 52-54.

  • <–Entire issue of Anthropos dedicated to “Guerra civil y producción cultural: teatro, poesía, narrativa.”

Lida, Clara E. (1996). “Discurso e imaginario en la literatura anarquista.” Filología 1: 119-138.

– – – (1992). “Clandestinidad y cultura en el discurso anarquista.” Revista de Occidente 129: 112-129.

– – – (1970). “Literatura anarquista y anarquismo literario.” Nueva Rivista de Filología Hispanica 19.2: 360-381.

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Litvak, Lily, ed. (1982). El cuento anarquista. Antología. 1880-1911. Madrid: Taurus.

– – – (1981). Musa libertaria. Arte, literatura y vida cultural del anarquismo español (1880-1913). Barcelona: Antoni Bosch.

Lunn, Eugene D. Prophet of Community: The Romantic Socialism of Gustav Landauer. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1973.

  • <–Good on Landauer’s connections to the worlds of literature and drama.

Madrid Santos, Francisco (2006). “Literatura anarquista.” La rosa illustrada: Trobada sobre cultura anarquista i lliure pensament. Barcelona: Asociació cultural Alzina. 1-23.

Olivé i Serret, Enric (2018). “Notes per l’estudi de la literatura anarquista i socialista (1881-1923).” Universitas Tarraconensis. Revista de Geografia, Història i Filosofia 5: 169-177.

Paulillo, Maria Celia Rua de Almeida (2002). Tradiçao e modernidade: Afonso Schmidt e a literatura paulista (1906-1928). São Paulo: Annablume.

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Rodríguez, Mariano Martín (2018). “Le Guin o la imaginación disciplinada.” Hélice: Reflexiones Críticas sobre Ficción Especulativa 4.9: 6-8.

– – – (2016). “Spanish Anarchism and the Utopian Novel in the 1930s: The Libertarian Society of the Future in El amor dentro de 200 años (Love in 200 Years) by Alfonso Martínez Rizo.” MOSF Journal of Science Fiction 1.2: 7-17.

  • <– Abstract: “The concept of critical utopia has been widely accepted since Ursula K. Le Guin’s The Dispossessed (1974), which is more a utopian novel than a typically descriptive utopia. In The Dispossessed, Le Guin also touched upon anarchist utopian science fiction, which had already been cultivated much earlier in the context of Spain’s thriving anarchist movement in the 1930s. Love in 200 Years (El amor dentro de 200 años; 1932) by Alfonso Martínez Rizo presents a society following libertarian communist principles in a technologically advanced future. This is a consumerist society, fully democratic and sexually liberated—homosexuality is not an issue, and even one of the love interests in the novel is queer—but it is not a truly anarchist utopia. The shortcomings of libertarian communism, which Salvio Valentí criticized in his contemporary Spanish dystopia, From Exodus to Paradise (Del éxodo al paraíso; 1933), are presented with wry humor through plot devices reminiscent of those frequently encountered in modern dystopias. Love in 200 Years, an original popular modernist scientific romance, is an early critical utopian novel which deserves to be rescued from oblivion.”

Maricourt, Thierry (1990). Histoire de la littérature libertaire en France. Paris: Albin Michel.

Mas y Pi, Juan (????). Alberto Ghiraldo. Buenos Aires” Est. Tipo. de E. Malena.

Meneguello, Cristina. “Zanzalá, uma utopia brasileira.” Morus-Utopia e Renascimento 6 (2009): 325-336.

  • <– On Afonso Schmidt’s utopian novel, Zanzalá (1936).

Miccinesi, Mario (1980): “Cingiz Ajtmatov, Pa Chin.” Uomini e Libri: Periodico Bimestrale di Critica ed Informazione Letteraria 16.79: 20-21.

  • <–On Ba Jin (a.k.a. Bakin, Pa Chin, Pa Kin, etc.).

Montseny, Federica (1991). “Federica Montseny: Una visión ácrata de la literatura.” Scriptura 6-7: 181-188.

Morales Munoz, Manuel (1990). “‘Pensativo’ de Serrano Oteiza, ejemplo de literatura anarquista.” Nueva revista de filología hispánica 38.1: 297-306.

Navarro Navarro, Javier. A la revolución por la cultura: Prácticas culturales y sociabilidad libertarias en el País Valenciano, 1931-1939. Valencia: Universitat de València, 2004.

Nematollahy, Ali (2007). “Jules Vallès and the Anarchist Novel.” Nineteenth-Century French Studies 35.3-4: 575-589.

– – – (2005). “Proudhon: From Aesthetics to Politics.” Anarchist Studies 13.1: 47-60.

Ng, Mau Sang (1981). “Ba Jin and Russian Literature.” Chinese Literature: Essays, Articles, Reviews 3.1: 67-92.

Nonoyama, Michiko (1979). El anarquismo en las obras de Ramón J. Sender. Madrid: Playor.

Núñez Ronchi, Ana (2000). [WWW] “Mitos y contra-mitos de la mujer libertaria en ‘La Indomable’ de Federica Montseny.” Didáctica (Lengua y literatura) 12: 199-210.

  • <–Abstract: “While presupposing a revision of the literary canon, this work studies how Federica Montseny’s libertarian novel, La Indomable, sets itself free from Semitic and Indo-European myths about women, without nevertheless being able to detach itself from a trend within anarchism that sees maternity as a panacea for women.”

Ossar, Michael (1980). Anarchism in the Dramas of Ernst Toller: The Realm of Necessity and the Realm of Freedom. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.

Patsouras, Louis (2003). “In the World of Art.” The Anarchism of Jean Grave: Editor, Journalist, and Militant. Montréal: Black Rose Books. 87-96.

Pereira Poza, Sergio (2005). Antología crítica de la dramaturgia anarquista en Chile. Santiago de Chile: Editorial Universidad de Santiago.

Pessin, Alain (2001). “Anarchisme et littérature au XXe siècle.” Proudhon, anarchisme, art et société: Actes du Colloque de la Société P.-J. Proudhon, Paris, 2 décembre 2000. Paris: Société P.-J. Proudhon. 79-91.

– – – and Patrice Terrone, eds. (1998). Littérature et anarchie. Toulouse: Presses Universitaire du Mirail, 1998.

  • <–A treasure-trove.

Pollack, Ilse (1984). Pataphysik, Symbolismus und Anarchismus bei Jarry. Wien: H. Böhlau.

Preu, James A. (1954). “Swift’s Influence on Godwin’s Doctrine of Anarchism.” Journal of the History of Ideas 15: 371–83.

– – – (1959). The Dean and the Anarchist. Tallahassee: Florida S.U.

Rabaté, Jean-Michel (2004). “Duchamp’s Ego.” Textual Practice 18.2: 221-231.

  • <–Links Duchamp to Stirner.

Rebérioux, Madeleine (1967). “Critique littéraire et socialisme au tournant du siècle.” Le Mouvement social 59: 3-28.

Resina, Joan Ramon (1997). “Form as Event: The Case of the Catalan Avant-Garde.” La Torre: Revista General de la Universidad de Puerto Rico 2.4-5: 355-390.

Roberti Martins, Angela Maria (2017). “A experiência libertária de um português na Primeira República: uma análise da trajetória política e intelectual de Mota Assunção (1899-1910).” Brasil-Portugal: Pontes sobre o Atlântico. Múltiplos Olhares sobre a E/Imigração. Ed Lená Medeiros de Menezes and Fernando de Sousa. Editora da UERJ. 349-361.

– – – , Vera Lucia, and Teixeira Kauss (2013). “A poética libertária de Lírio de Rezende: arte e rebeldia.” Desafiaos da práxis educacional: Interdisciplinaridade, estética e ética. Ed. Cristina Novikoff, Mírian Paura S. Z. Grispun, and Robson Dutra. Salvador: Editora Pontocom. 69-96

Rodrigues, Edgar (1992). O anarquismo na escola, no teatro, na poesia. Rio de Janeiro, RJ: Achiamé.

Ru, Yi-ling (1992). The Family Novel: Toward a Generic Definition. New York: Peter Lang.

  • <–On Ba Jin (a.k.a. Bakin, Pa Chin, Pa Kin, etc.).

Samblancat, Miranda Neus (1993). Luz, fuego y utopía revolucionaria. Análisis de la obra literaria de Ángel Samblancat. Barcelona, L Llar del Llibre.

– – – (2000). “Samblancat modernista. Erotismo, misticismo y compromiso poltico La parodia del mundo burgués.” Turia: Revista cultural 54: 233-241.

Sau, Bin (1986). “Vojo de Bakin, vojo de esperantisto.” El Popola Cinio 7.334: 25-28.

  • <–On Ba Jin (a.k.a. Bakin, Pa Chin, Pa Kin, etc.).

Shahar, Galili (2007). “Gustav Landauer: Theater des Politischen.” Theatrum Judaicum: Denkspiele im deutsch-jüdischen Diskurs der Moderne. Bielefeld: Aisthesis. ??-??.

Shepherd, David A. (1993). From Bohemia to the Barricades: Erich Mühsam and the Development of a Revolutionary Drama. New York: Peter Lang.

– – – (1991). “The Dramas of Erich Mühsam: The Form/Content Relation and Anarchist Literature.” Autoren damals und heute: literaturgeschichtliche Beispiele veränderter Wirkungshorizonte. Ed. Gerhard Peter Knapp. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 525-546.

Shih, Vincent Y. C. (1963): “Enthusiast and Escapist: Writers of the Older Generation.” China Quarterly 13: 92-112.

  • <–On Ba Jin (a.k.a. Bakin, Pa Chin, Pa Kin, etc.).

Shun Naixiou (1986). “[Ba Jin and Turgenev].” Wai guo wen xue [Foreign Literatures] 11: 74-83.

Siguán Boehmer, María-Luisa (1978). “‘La Novela Ideal’: Literatura popular y divulgación anarquista.” Anuario de filologia 4: 419-427.

– – – and Joaquín Marco, eds. (1981). Literatura popular libertaria: trece años de “La novela ideal” (1925-1938). Barcelona: Ediciones Península.

Sola Castaño, Emilio (2016). Cervantes libertario. Cervantes antisistema o por qué los anarquistas aman a Cervantes. Granada, Madrid: Corazones Blindados y Fundación Anselmo Lorenzo.

Sonn, Richard D. (1989). Anarchism and Cultural Politics in Fin de Siècle France. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

  • <–Kicked off the (American) revival of anarcho-modernist scholarship.

– – – (2001). “Marginality and Transgression: Anarchy’s Subversive Allure.” Montmartre and the Making of Mass Culture. Ed. Gabriel P. Weisberg. New Brunswick and London: Rutgers University Press. 120-141.

Tătăran, Adrian (2018). “Cuvânt Înainte [Foreword].” I. Neagu-Negulescu, Arimania sau Țara Buneiînțelegeri [1921]. Ed. Alexandru Predoiu, Alexandru Liță, Adrian Tătăran, and Ionuț Valentin Cucu. Bucharest: Editura Pagini Libere. 15-24.

Varias, Alexander (1996). Paris and the Anarchists: Aesthetes and Subversives During the Fin de Siècle. New York: St. Martin’s Press.

Varisco, Robert A. (1997). “Anarchy and Resistance in Tristan Tzara’s ‘The Gas Heart.'” Modern Drama 40.1: 139-149.

Viñas, David (1995). Literatura argentina y política: De los jacobinos porteños a la bohemia anarquista. Buenos Aires: Editorial Sudamericana, 1995.

von Hallberg, Robert (1995). “Libertarian Imagism.” Modernism/Modernity 2.2: 63-79.

Weir, David (1997). Anarchy and Culture: The Aesthetic Politics of Modernism. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts.

Williams, Erin M. (2004). “Signs of Anarchy: Aesthetics, Politics, and the Symbolist Critic at the Mercure de France, 1890-95.” French Forum 29.1: 45-68.

Wilson, Nelly (1978). Bernard-Lazare: Antisemitism and the Problem of Jewish Identity in Late Nineteenth-Century France. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Yunque, Alvaro [a.k.a. Aristides Gandolfi Herrero] (1941). La literatura social en la Argentina; historia de los movimientos literarios desde la emancipación nacional hasta nuesstros días. Buenos Aires: Editorial Claridad.

Ziegler, Robert (1997). “Textual Suicide in Mirbeau’s Le Calvaire.” Symposium ??: 52-62.

– – – (2005). “La Croix et le piédestal dans Le Calvaire de Mirbeau.” Cahiers Octave Mirbeau 12: 35-51.

– – – (2007). The Nothing Machine: The Fiction of Octave Mirbeau. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

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