Free Pages and Other Essays: Anarchist Musings

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FREE PAGES AND
OTHER ESSAYS

Anarchist Musings

Manuel González Prada

Translated from the Spanish by
FREDERICK H. FORNOFF

EDITED WITH AN INTRODUCTION AND CHRONOLOGY
BY DAVID SOBREVILLA

OXFORD
UNIVERSITY PRESS
2003

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Series Editors’ General Introduction vii
  • Criteria for This Edition xi
  • Biographical Note on Manuel GonzáLez Prada xiv
  • Chronology of Manuel GonzáLez Prada xv
  • Introduction xxiii
  • Notes lii
  • Selected Bibliography lviii
  • About the Editor and Translator lxiii
  • Free Pages and Other Essays - Anarchist Musings 1
  • Contents 3
  • I - Free Pages 7
  • Lecture at the Atheneum in Lima - (1886) 9
  • Speech at the Olympus Theater - (1888) 30
  • Grau - (1885) 40
  • Speech at the Politeama Theater - (1888) 46
  • Peru and Chile - (1888) 52
  • Vijil - (1885) 61
  • Catholic Education - (1892) 73
  • Propaganda and Attack - (1888) 93
  • Rënan - (1893) 105
  • Notes on Language - (1890) 119
  • Death and Life - (1890) 131
  • II - Times of Struggle 141
  • The Parties and the National Union - (1898) 143
  • The Intellectual and the Worker - (1905) 165
  • Our Judges - (1902) 173
  • Our Indians - (1904) 181
  • III - New Free Pages 195
  • Poetry - (1902) 197
  • A Moment of Philosophy - (1884–88) 208
  • IV - Diogenes’ Cask 215
  • Our Mother - (1896–98) 217
  • V - Anarchy 221
  • Anarchy - (1907) 223
  • The Universal Holiday - (1905) 227
  • The Responsibility of the Anarchist 230
  • The State - (1904) 239
  • Authority - (1904) 241
  • The Beginning - (1905) 243
  • The Sword - (1904) 245
  • Socialism and Anarchy - (1906) 248
  • Strikes - (1906) 251
  • The Soldier's Rebellion - (1906) 253
  • The First of May (1907) - (1907) 255
  • Antipoliticians - (1907) 258
  • Revolution - (1907) 260
  • The First of May (1908A) - (1908) 263
  • The Police 266
  • The Two Nations 270
  • The First of May (1908B) - (1908) 273
  • The Individual 275
  • The Paris Commune - (1909) 279
  • Force - (1901) 282
  • VI - Under Opprobrium 287
  • Caporalismo - (1914) 289
  • The Good Revolution 293
  • The Rotten Core - (1914) 296
  • Tyrannicide 301
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