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Lacking the front free endpaper and half title leaf. Cloth torn along most of rear joint. Tears and chips to cloth at ends of spine and at corners of boards. Hinges broken. A rough reading or working copy. ; (iii)-xxxi, , 468 pages + frontispiece. Blue cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Page dimensions: 193 x 125mm.This edition has a new "Preface to the Second Edition", dated 1906, on recent events in Russia by the author on pages xvii to xxxi. Frontispiece portrait of the author at Bromley, Kent, 1906. Also with a Preface by George Brandes (pages ix-xvi). Anarchism, political history, Russia, 19th century. "The question is, then, not so much how to avoid revolutions as how to attain the greatest results with the most limited amount of civil war, the least number of victims, and a minium of mutual embitterment." - page 270.
Title: Memoirs of a Revolutionist
Publisher: London, Swan Sonnenschein & Co.: 1906
Book Condition: Fair with no dust jacket
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 19166
Keywords: Anarchism Revolution