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Thu Oct 16 17:58:20 2014 UTClccn-n500345930.24To the barricades; the anarchist life of Emma Goldman0.470.95The place of the individual in society /39377930Emma_Goldmann 5003459369916Goldman, EmmaGoldman, Emma 1869-1940Goldmann, E. 1869-1940Goldmann, Emma 1869-1940Gōrudoman, Ema 1869-1940Гольдман, Эмма 1869-1940גאלדמאן, עממאגולדמן, אמה 1869-1940ゴールドマン, エマlccn-n94007900Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n50008066Berkman, Alexander1870-1936edtlccn-n79145407Drinnon, Richardauiedtlccn-n83173733Wexler, Alice1942-lccn-n83193384Falk, Candaceedtlccn-n93087771Anarchism Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n79139723Avrich, Paullccn-n2012014506Avrich, Karenlccn-n79059761Zinn, Howard1922-2010lccn-n50022912Shulman, Alix KatesedtGoldman, Emma1869-1940BiographyHistoryRecords and correspondenceSourcesCriticism, interpretation, etcPeriodicalsPersonal narrativesTrials, litigation, etcPersonal narratives‡vAmericanFictionGoldman, Emma,United StatesAnarchistsAnarchismFeministsWomen and socialismBerkman, Alexander,CommunismFeminismWomen anarchistsFree loveRevolutionsCommunistsWomen revolutionariesMother Earth (New York, N.Y.)Soviet UnionFreedom of speechFeminist theoryWomenMarx, Karl,Political plays, AmericanWomen radicalsJewish anarchistsMarriageEuropean dramaDrama--Social aspectsProstitutionRussiaDramaDrama--Political aspectsAnarchists--BiographySyndicalismWomen's rightsHuman traffickingTrials (Conspiracy)New York (State)--New YorkTrials (Anarchy)DeportationHomesDraftPaymentDraftsIndividualismWomen--Social conditionsPolitical violenceNew York (State)Women--Social and moral questionsLovePolitical psychologyPolitical activists18691940189418961897190019011903190519061908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281930193119321934193519361937193819391940194119471950195219571958196019611962196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014297786831559335.830924HX844ocn004678851ocn006600103ocn760917465ocn747739097ocn775831219ocn038050987ocn775831227ocn747739157ocn746976500ocn037999297ocn074199474ocn831095134ocn072424414ocn257988638ocn186257229Anarchists214178ocn000067882book19100.50Goldman, EmmaAnarchism : and other essaysAnnotation+-+913669022632458524ocn016225452book19140.66Goldman, EmmaThe social significance of modern dramaCriticism, interpretation, etcA series of lectures given by the author in 1914 examines the vital social themes within early twentieth-century drama and relates them to Goldman's political philosophy+-+46148318455806ocn050285223book20040.59Goldman, EmmaEmma Goldman : a documentary history of the American yearsHistoryBiographySourcesPublisher description: Emma Goldman: A Documentary History of the American Years redefines the historical memory of Emma Goldman and illuminates a forgotten yet influential facet of the history of American and European radicalism. This definitive multivolume work, which differs significantly from Goldman's autobiography, presents original texts--a significant group of which are published in or translated into English for the first time--anchored by rigorous contextual annotations. The distillation of years of scholarly research, these volumes include personal correspondence, newspaper articles, government surveillance reports from America and Europe, dramatic court transcripts, unpublished lecture notes, and an array of other rare items and documentation. Biographical, newspaper, and organizational appendixes are complemented by in-depth chronologies that underscore the complexity of Goldman's political and social milieu. The first volume, Made for America, 1890-1901, tracks the young Emma Goldman's introduction into the anarchist movement, features her earliest known writings in the German anarchist press, and charts her gradual emergence from the radical immigrant circles of New York City's Lower East Side into a political and intellectual culture of both national and international importance. Goldman's remarkable public ascendance is framed within a volatile period of political violence: within the first few pages, Henry Clay Frick, the anti-union industrialist, is shot by Alexander Berkman, Goldman's lover the book ends with the assassination of President William McKinley, an act in which Goldman was falsely implicated. The documents surrounding these events shed light on difficult issues--and spark an important though chilling debate about Goldman's strategy for reconciling her "beautiful vision" of anarchism and the harsh realities of her times. The documents articulate the force of Goldman's rage, tracing the development of her political and social critique as well as her originality and her remarkable ability to synthesize and popularize cutting-edge political and cultural ideas. Goldman appears as a rising luminary in the mainstream press--a voice against hypocrisy and a lightning rod of curiosity, intrigue, and sometimes fear. The volumes include newspaper accounts of the speaking tours across America that eventually established her reputation as one of the most challenging and passionate orators of the twentieth century. Themes that came to dominate Goldman's life--anarchism and its possibilities, free speech, education, the transformative power and social significance of literature, the position of labor within the capitalist economic system, the vital importance of women's freedom, the dynamics of personal relationships, and strategies for a social revolution--are among the many introduced in Made for America+-+941077570534925ocn001730716book19230.66Goldman, EmmaMy disillusionment in RussiaHistoryPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives American3179ocn000208007book19700.70Goldman, EmmaThe traffic in women and other essays on feminismHistory+-+165556323524718ocn608660069file19110.90Goldman, EmmaMarriage and loveFictionIt's said that well-behaved women rarely make history, and that's certainly true in the case of Emma Goldman, famed activist, anarchist, and women's rights advocate. In this essay, Goldman takes on the misogyny and oppression that were the lot of women in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries and offers a series of elegant critiques of romantic love and the institution of marriage23113ocn001715211serial0.82Mother earthPeriodicals"A monthly magazine devoted to social science and literature."22814ocn001758760serial0.82Mother Earth bulletinPeriodicals1895ocn017402384book19130.63Goldman, EmmaSyndicalism the modern menace to capitalism18554ocn183268531book19310.37Goldman, EmmaLiving my lifeBiographyAnarchist, journalist, drama critic, advocate of birth control and free love, Emma Goldman was the most famous'and notorious'woman in the early twentieth century. This abridged version of her two-volume autobiography takes her from her birthplace in czarist Russia to the socialist enclaves of Manhattan's Lower East Side. Against a dramatic backdrop of political argument, show trials, imprisonment, and tempestuous romances, Goldman chronicles the epoch that she helped shape: the reform movements of the Progressive Era, the early years of and later disillusionment with Lenin's Bolshevik experiment, and more. Sounding a call still heard today, Living My Life is a riveting account of political ferment and ideological turbulence. First time in Penguin Classics Condensed to half the length of Goldman's original work, this edition is accessible to those interested in the activist and her extraordinary era+-+099077139516322ocn040433320book19720.47Goldman, EmmaRed Emma speaks : selected writings and speechesProduct Description: 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 sections from her 1931 autobiography LIVING MY LIFE, and the Afterword to her MY DISILLUSIONMENT IN RUSSIA (which the collapse of the Soviet Union has revealed as prescient), this book contains sixteen more pieces covering a great range of subjects, assembled here for the first time to offer a rich composite of Goldman's life and thought. RED EMMA SPEAKS on: anarchism, sex, prostitution, marriage, jealousy, prisons, religion, schools, violence, war, communism, and much more. The first edition of RED EMMA SPEAKS (1972), with a biographical sketch, introduced Goldman to a new generation. The second edition (1985), enlarged to serve an exploding interest in women's studies, added three more essays plus an assessment of Goldman's feminism by Alix Kates Shulman. The present, third edition, containing a new Foreword by Shulman and more accessible source listings, has been revised to situate the works more precisely in light of a burgeoning Goldman scholarship+-+99197482067310ocn004359165book19190.93Berkman, AlexanderDeportation, its meaning and menace; last message to the people of America7114ocn002198693book19390.95Goldman, EmmaThe place of the individual in society713ocn506010450file19170.93United StatesEmma Goldman and Alexander Berkman, plaintiffs-in-error, vs. the United States in error to the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New YorkTrials, litigation, etc6910ocn000940689book19110.95Goldman, EmmaThe psychology of political violence698ocn708293858book19790.53Goldman, EmmaL'Épopée d'une anarchiste New York 1886-Moscou 1920Biography672ocn506061939file19170.90Berkman, AlexanderTrial and speeches of Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman in the United States District Court, in the city of New York, July, 1917Trials, litigation, etc+-+1231267596324651ocn506014867file19190.92Berkman, AlexanderUnited States of America, plaintiff, against Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman, defendantsTrials, litigation, etc6515ocn002198652book19110.95Goldman, EmmaAnarchism : what it really stands for579ocn000808946book19170.94Berkman, AlexanderAnarchism on trial : speeches of Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman before the United States District Court in the city of New York, July, 1917Trials, litigation, etc209940ocn000093436book19310.37Goldman, EmmaLiving my lifeBiographyAnarchist, journalist, drama critic, advocate of birth control and free love, Emma Goldman was the most famous'and notorious'woman in the early twentieth century. This abridged version of her two-volume autobiography takes her from her birthplace in czarist Russia to the socialist enclaves of Manhattan's Lower East Side. Against a dramatic backdrop of political argument, show trials, imprisonment, and tempestuous romances, Goldman chronicles the epoch that she helped shape: the reform movements of the Progressive Era, the early years of and later disillusionment with Lenin's Bolshevik experiment, and more. Sounding a call still heard today, Living My Life is a riveting account of political ferment and ideological turbulence. First time in Penguin Classics Condensed to half the length of Goldman's original work, this edition is accessible to those interested in the activist and her extraordinary era+-+289077139513467ocn779097265book20120.29Avrich, PaulSasha and Emma : the anarchist odyssey of Alexander Berkman and Emma GoldmanHistoryBiographyThis dual biography offers an unprecedented glimpse into the intertwined lives of Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman, the lasting influence of the anarchist movement they shaped, and their unyielding commitment to equality and justice13226ocn009970895book19840.29Wexler, AliceEmma Goldman : an intimate lifeBiography118811ocn000266217book19610.50Drinnon, RichardRebel in paradise : a biography of Emma GoldmanBiography11197ocn009918504book19840.47Falk, CandaceLove, anarchy, and Emma GoldmanBiography+-+5860608635103710ocn000483522book19720.47Goldman, EmmaRed Emma speaks : selected writings and speechesEmma Goldman's fiery speeches and essays made her a household name in the early 1900s. Collected here are the most significant of her writings, supplemented with an essay on Goldman's feminist politics and a short biography, both by bestselling author Alix Kates Shulman. Including both published and previously unpublished works, Red Emma Speaks is an important historical volume and a fascinating look at the life and times of a major early feminist figure8897ocn014359671book19870.37Watson, MarthaEmma GoldmanCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyProvides in-depth analysis of the life, works, career, and critical importance of Emma Goldman7366ocn045002278book20000.33Glassgold, PeterAnarchy! : an anthology of Emma Goldman's Mother earthA sampling of noteworthy articles from Emma Goldman's Mother Earth magazine+-+85958973067002ocn019353853book19890.35Wexler, AliceEmma Goldman in exile : from the Russian Revolution to the Spanish Civil WarBiography6874ocn704907873book20110.33Gornick, VivianEmma Goldman : revolution as a way of lifeBiographyThe story of a modern radical who took seriously the idea that inner liberation is the first business of social revolution. Her politics, from beginning to end, was based on resistance to that which thwarted the free development of the inner self. The right to stay alive in one's senses, to enjoy freedom of thought and speech, to reject the arbitrary use of power--these were key demands in the many public protest movements she helped mount. Anarchist par excellence, Goldman is one of the memorable political figures of our time, not because of her gift for theory or analysis or even strategy, but because some extraordinary force of life in her burned, without rest or respite, on behalf of human integrity--and she was able to make the thousands of people who, for decades on end, flocked to her lectures, feel intimately connected to the pain inherent in the abuse of that integrity. --From publisher description+-+01728655856573ocn026401639book19920.47Morton, Marian JEmma Goldman and the American left : "Nowhere at home"BiographyEmma Goldman (1869-1940), anarchist, feminist, and social reformer, continues to fascinate to this day, both because of her pioneering activism and the force of her remarkable personality. She first became interested in politics in the revolutionary circles of late-nineteenth century St. Petersburg. Then, on emigration to the United States, this daughter of a poor, Russian-Jewish family threw herself into political agitation on behalf of a host of radical causes, from free love to birth control to anarchism. At a time when women only rarely participated in public life, she was a highly visible exception, drawing crowds - and the attention of the police - wherever she went. In addition to her political activities, she played an important role in introducing the most advanced European thought and literature to an American public. Jailed for agitating against American entry into World War I, she was deported to the newly-born Soviet Union in 1919. There, she worked on behalf of the Bolshevik government, but soon became disillusioned with the Soviet state, which she came to see as a nascent tyranny. Fleeing that country, she spent the rest of her life wandering, a permanent exile "nowhere at home. " During Goldman's later life, and especially after her death, her reputation went into a temporary eclipse. As the social upheavals of the earlier part of the century faded from memory and as the anarchist movement declined, she came to seem a colorful but irrelevant figure of an increasingly distant past. With the onset of a new wave of political discontent in the 1960s, however, Goldman was once again a subject of scholarly and popular interest. Her writings were reissued; her image was often displayed on wall posters and picket signs; her name and example were frequently invoked by the activists of the period. Indeed, for the feminists and radicals of the 1960s and 70s, Emma Goldman achieved the status of an icon, the very symbol of personal and political liberation. Marian Morton's important new biography provides a fresh perspective on Goldman's life and work, one that synthesizes much previous scholarship. In a judicious, clear-eyed narrative, Professor Morton not only places Goldman in historical context; but also explores the complex, mercurial, often contradictory personality that lay behind the public figure. The result is a balanced and insightful political biography of one of the most fascinating and influential women of the twentieth century5981ocn001055309book19750.53Goldman, EmmaNowhere at home : letters from exile of Emma Goldman and Alexander BerkmanRecords and correspondence58715ocn000076645book19230.66Goldman, EmmaMy disillusionment in RussiaHistoryPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives American+-+K5278913955431ocn022909671book19910.27Duberman, Martin BMother Earth : an epic drama of Emma Goldman's lifeDrama5282ocn247557673file20070.59Feminist interpretations of Emma GoldmanBiographyEssays about Goldman's thinking, from social, historical and philosophical perspectives+-+20247562754816ocn712603529book20110.63Ferguson, Kathy EEmma Goldman political thinking in the streetsBiographyEmma Goldman has often been read for her colorful life story, her lively if troubled sex life, and her wide-ranging political activism. Few have taken her seriously as a political thinker, even though in her lifetime she was a vigorous public intellectualwithin a global network of progressive politics. Engaging Goldman as a political thinker allows us to rethink the common dualism between theory and practice, scrutinize stereotypes of anarchism by placing Goldman within a fuller historical context, recognize the remarkable contributions of anarchism in creating public life, and open up+-+95587079254584ocn022629881book19910.66Chalberg, JohnEmma Goldman : American individualistBiography"One of the most colorful, controversial, and radical figures in American history, Emma Goldman challenged the legitimacy of religion, government, and private property in the United States. Although Goldman was imprisoned, tried, and later deported for her beliefs, her story is a window through which students will gain a broader view of the history of American radicalism, the history of civil liberties in America, and the history of American foreign policy."--BOOK JACKET+-+17567082153244364ocn000142330book19710.24Shulman, Alix KatesTo the barricades; the anarchist life of Emma GoldmanA biography of the anarchist who was driven by her hatred of oppression4335ocn432985982file20100.39Zinn, HowardThree plays : the political theater of Howard ZinnDramaWorld-renowned historian Howard Zinn has turned to drama to explore the legacy of Karl Marx and Emma Goldman and to delve into the intricacies of political and social conscience perhaps more deeply than traditional history permits. Three Plays brings together all this work, including the previously unpublished Daughter of Venus, along with a new introductory essay on political theater, and prefaces to each of the plays. From the Trade Paperback edition+-+61782525354247ocn055040481visu20030.27Emma GoldmanBiographyEmma Goldman was a Russian immigrant whose activism in the name of free speech and attacks against the United States government led to her deportation in 1919+-+9136690226324+-+9136690226324Thu Oct 16 15:11:39 EDT 2014batch53956