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Anarchist Essays [with] Anarchist Poet [with] Anarchist Story-Teller by  Voltairine DE CLEYRE - Paperback - First thus - ca. 1980s - from Lorne Bair Rare Books and Biblio.com

Anarchist Essays [with] Anarchist Poet [with] Anarchist Story-Teller

by DE CLEYRE, Voltairine

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San Francisco: Cobden Press, ca. 1980s. First thus. Paperback. 3 volumes; octavo (approx. 21 to 21.5cm.); all in pictorial wrappers adorned with repeating photographic author portrait. Ownership pressure stamp of a Christopher A. Roell on each title page, else a Fine set. Modern reprint of selected works of freethinker and "anarchist without adjectives" Voltairine de Cleyre (1866-1912). One holding per title in OCLC as of November, 2014.


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