Underground Russia: Revolutionary Profiles and Sketches from Life

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DEMETRIUS LISOGUB.

I.

IN the December of the year 1876 I was present one day at one of those 'Students' meetings,' as they are called; one of the best means of propagandism among the young, and very characteristic of Russian life. It need scarcely be said that they are rigorously prohibited. But such is the abyss that separates society from the Government, that they are held, and were always held even in the worst periods of the White Terror. Sometimes they are very large meetings, almost public, and extremely stormy.

The danger by which they are surrounded communicates to them a special attraction for the young, giving to the discussions that passionate character which contributes so much to transform an idea into a warlike weapon.

The meeting of which I speak, however, was not a large one, and was very quiet. It was occupied with a project so frequently brought forward and so frequently ending in nothing, for uniting in a single organisation all the secret Circles established among the young. The thing being evidently impracticable, owing to the great

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface. v
  • Contents xiii
  • Introduction. 1
  • Introduction 3
  • The Propaganda. 13
  • The Terrorism. 30
  • Revolutionary Profiles. 43
  • Revolutionary Profiles. 45
  • Jacob Stefanovic. 48
  • Demetrius Clemens. 59
  • Valerian Ossinsky 70
  • Peter Krapotkine. 82
  • Demetrius Lisogub. 93
  • Jessy Helfman. 101
  • Vera Zassulic. 106
  • Sophia Perovskaia. 115
  • Revolutionary Sketches. 135
  • The Moscow Attempt. 137
  • Two Escapes. 148
  • The Ukrivateli. (the Concealers.) 166
  • The Secret Press. 185
  • A Trip to St. Petersburg. 196
  • Conclusion. 244
  • Note. 265
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