The Anarchist Prince: A Biographical Study of Peter Kropotkin

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
ALMOST all of Kropotkin's works were published in several languages, and at least some of his writings appeared in volume form in most European languages, including Yiddish and Esperanto, as well as in Chinese, Japanese, and Hindustani; they also appeared in the United States and most South American countries. The following select list, including all the works published in volume form as well as the principal pamphlets, follows the procedure, which seems most convenient for our readers, of indicating the first English edition, where such exists, and otherwise the first edition in the original language.
Appeal to the Young (translated by H. M. Hyndman). London, 1885.
Paroles d'un Revolté (edited with an introduction by Elisée Reclus). Paris, 1885.
Law and Authority. London, 1886.
In Russian and French Prisons. London, 1887.
Anarchist Morality. London, 1890.
Fields, Factories and Workshops. London, 1898.
Memoirs of a Revolutionist. London, 1899.
Mutual Aid. London, 1902.
The State. London, 1903.
Ideals and Realities in Russian Literature. London, 1905.
The Conquest of Bread. London, 1906 (a translation of the French original, published in Paris, 1892).
The Great French Revolution. London, 1909.
The Terror in Russia. London, 1909.
Modern Science and Anarchism. London, 1912 (the translation of a Russian original, published in London in 1901).
Ethics (edited with an introduction by Nicholas Lebedev). London, 1925.
A valuable collection of Kropotkin's pamphlets was published in New York in 1927 under the title of Kropotkin's Revolutionary Pamphlets. . . . Edited with introduction, biographical sketch and notes by Roger Baldwin". A volume of selections from Kropotkin's principal works, compiled by Herbert Read and prefaced by an illuminating introduction, was published in London in 1942 under the title of Kropotkin-Selections from His Writings.
Articles and letters by Kropotkin will be found in many periodicals of the time, including The Times, Daily Chronicle, Nature, The Nineteenth Century,

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Contents 6
  • Chapter II - THE EXPLORER 49
  • Chapter IV - THE AGITATOR 145
  • Chapter V - "THE WHITE JESUS" 200
  • Chapter VI - THE TRAVELLER 266
  • Chapter VII - THE WRITER 305
  • Chapter VIII - THE EXILE 342
  • Chapter IX - THE NEGLECTED SAGE 388
  • Chapter X - THE PROPHET 438
  • Bibliography 455
  • Index 459
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