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Living My Life

Living My Life

2006 ·
·4.3·1,208 Ratings ·672 Pages
“ We must be willing to let go of the life we have planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us. ” ― E. M. Forster
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  • Living My Life, Vol. 2

    1970·
    ·4.3·313 Ratings
    “You damn bitch of an anarchist, I wish I could get at you. I would tear your heart out and feed it to my dog.” This was one of the less obscene messages received by Emma Goldman (1869-1940), while in jail on suspicion of complicity in the assassinati
  • Red Emma Speaks

    1996·
    ·4.22·247 Ratings
    Unlike any other collection of Goldman’s work, Red Emma Speaks presents in a single, handy volume the full sweep of her opinions and personality. In addition to nine essays from Goldman’s own 1910 collection, Anarchism and Other Essays; three dramatic
  • Marriage and Love

    2000·
    ·4.01·187 Ratings
    Love, the strongest and deepest element in all life, the harbinger of hope, of joy, of ecstasy; love, the defier of all laws, of all conventions; love, the freest, the most powerful molder of human destiny; how can an all-compelling force be synonymous wi
  • The ABC of Anarchism

    2005·
    ·3.91·582 Ratings
    A gifted writer for the anarchist movement, Alexander Berkman left Russia for the United States in 1888 when he was eighteen. Thirty-one years later, after serving a prison term for an attempted assassination, he was expelled to the Soviet Union, a countr
  • Anarchism and Other Essays

    1969·
    ·4.03·3,807 Ratings
    In the eighteen-nineties and for years thereafter, America reverberated with the name of the "notorious Anarchist," feminist, revolutionist and agitator, Emma Goldman. A Russian Jewish immigrant at the age of 17, she moved by her own efforts from seamstre
  • Living My Life, Vol. 1

    1970·
    ·4.35·566 Ratings
    “You damn bitch of an anarchist, I wish I could get at you. I would tear your heart out and feed it to my dog.” This was one of the less obscene messages received by Emma Goldman (1869-1940), while in jail on suspicion of complicity in the assassinati
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