De Cleyre Bibliography
By Voltairine de Cleyre
de Cleyre, Voltairine (1889) The Drama of the Nineteenth Century.
(translated lecture) Pittsburgh: R. Staley & Co.
---(1894) In Defense of Emma Goldmann [sic] and the Right of
Expropriation. Philadelphia: The Author
---(1895) The Past and Future of the Ladies' Liberal League.
Philadelphia: Ladies Liberal League
---(1898?) The Gods And The People. Glasgow: William Duff,
---(1900) The Worm Turns. Philadelphia PA: Innes & Sons.
---(1903) Det Anarkistiske Ideal.(translated lecture)
Christiania [Oslo]: Social-Demokraten
---(1903) Crime and Punishment. (translated lecture) Philadelphia:
---(1907) McKinley's Assassination from the Anarchist Standpoint.
New York: Mother Earth
---(1909) Anarchism and American Traditions. New York, NY: Mother
---(1910) The Dominant Idea. New York: Mother Earth
---(1912) Direct Action. New York: Mother Earth
--- (1914) Selected Works of Voltairine de Cleyre. New York: Mother
Earth publishing association.
---(1916) Selected Stories. Seattle: The Libertarian Magazine
---(1929) Anarquismo. (translated lecture) Buenos Aires: La Antorcha,
--- (1972) Selected Works of Voltairine de Cleyre pioneer of women's
liberation. New York: Revisionist Press.
--- (1980) The First Mayday : The Haymarket Speeches, 1895-1910.
Sanday, Orkney : Cienfuegos Press ; New York, N.Y.:
Libertarian Book Club.
About Voltairine de Cleyre
Abbot, Leonard D. A Priestess of Pity and Vengeance, The International (New
York, August 1912; reprinted in Mother Earth, September 1912. See
also Abbots' letter on Voltairine de Cleyre in The American Freeman
(Girard, Kans.), July 1949.
---, Voltairine de Cleyre's Posthumous Book, Mother Earth, October
Atlas, Marilyn Judith (1980) Voltairine de Cleyre's Feminism: A Study
of Her Theory and Characterization. Midamerica: The Yearbook of
the Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature. East Lansing,
Avrich, Paul (1978) An American Anarchist: The Life of Voltairine
de Cleyre. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press.
Cohen, Joseph J. Voltairine de Cleyre, Fraye Arbeter Shtime, June 29,
Constan, P. [Ahrne Thorne]. Tsum fertsigstn yortsayt nokh Voltairine de
Cleyre, Fraye Arbeter Shtime, January 2, 1953.
Duff, William. Voltairine de Cleyre, The Herald of Revolt, September
1913 (a special Voltairine de Cleyre issue).
---, Voltairine de Cleyre's Tour in Scotland, Freedom (London),
Elwell, Mary. The Worm Turns, Lucifer, June 9, 1900.
Fox, Jay. Voltairine de Cleyre, The Agitator, July 15, 1912. See also his
speech in The Syndicalist, July 1, 1913, delivered in Chicago on the
first anniversary of her death.
Frumkin, Abraham. Voltairine de Cleyre, in his In friling fun yidishn
sotsializm, New York, A. Frumkin Jubilee Committee, 1940, pp.223-60
(originally published in the Fraye Arbeter Shtime).
Galleani, Luigi. Voltairine de Cleyre, 1866-1912, La Cronaca Sovversiva,
July 27, 1912. Reprinted in his Medaglioni: figue e figuri, Newark,
L'Adunata del Refrattari, n.d. , pp.110-118; and in L'Emancipazione
(Oakland, CA), June 15, 1932.
Greco, Michael Douglas (1991)The Remembrance of the Haymarket Martyrs:
A Marcusean Analysis of the Rhetoric of Voltairine de Cleyre.
Thesis (M. A.)--University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Goldman, Emma (1932) Voltairine de Cleyre. Published privately
by the Oriole Press.
--- (1914) Voltairine de Cleyre. 18 p. Typescript.
Hapgood, Hutchins. A Famous Unknown, The Globe and Commercial
Advertiser (New York), June 21, 1912.
Hartmann, Sadakichi. Voltairine de Cleyre, Mother Earth, April 1915.
Havel, Hippolyte. Introduction to the Selected Works of Voltairine de
Cleyre,New York, Mother Earth Publishing Association, 1914, pp. 5-14
Heyman, porter. Voltairine at Waldheim (poem), Man!, July-August 1937.
In Memoriam: Voltairine de Cleyre, Chicago, Annie Livshis, 1912.
Inglis, Agnes (1934) Interview with Adelaide Thayer. Notes on
biographical information and recollections of the childhood
of Voltairine De Cleyre. 3 p. unpublished.
--- (1934) Biographical notes on Voltairine De Cleyre and her family.
41 p. typescript. Unpublished.
Kelly, Harry. Voltairine de Cleyre Mother Earth, June 1913.
Koringen, Olav. Untitled manuscript on Voltairine de Cleyre's visit to Norway
(1903), with notes by Max Nettlau, Ishillollection, Harvard.
Kucera, Joseph. Voltairine de Cleyre (A Character Sketch), Why?,
Leighton, Marian. Voltairine de Cleyre: An Introduction to American Left-Wing
Anarchistm, Black Rose (Somerville, MA), no.2 Spring 1975, pp.1-7, whith
Voltairine de Cleyre's The Making of an Anarchist, pp. 8-15
Matthews, Henry W. (1975) Voltairine de Cleyre: The Making of an
Anarchist. Thesis (M.A.): Old Dominion University.
Munoz, V. (1979) Voltairine de Cleyre; A Chronology. New York:
Gordon Press Publishers.
Navro, Nathan. Untitled manuscript on Voltairine de Cleyre, Ishill Collection,
Nettlau, Max. En recuerdo de Voltairine de Cleyre, anarquista americana
(1866-1912), La Protesta (Buenos Aires), supplement, March 31
and April 16, 1928.
Palczewski, Catherine Helen (1995) Voltairine de Cleyre: Sexual Slavery
and Sexual Pleasure in the Nineteenth Century. NWSA vol.7, Fall 95.
Parker, S.E. Voltairine de Cleyre: Priestess of Pity and Vengeance,
Freedom (London), April 29, 1950.
Perlin, Terry M. Anarchism and Idealism: Voltairine de Cleyre, Labor
History, xiv (Fall 1973), 506-20.
Rexroth, Kenneth. Again at Waldheim (poem), Retort (Bearsville, NY),
Starrett, Walter [W.S. Van Valkenburgh]. Untitled manuscript on Voltairine de
Cleyre, Ishill Collection, Harvard.
Stein, Gordon (1995) Voltairine De Cleyre: The American Rationalist.
Volume 39, Number 6.
Voltairine de Cleyre, Freedom (London), August 1912. Probably by John
Turner or Thomas H. Keell.
Voltairine de Cleyre, Regeneración, June 22, 1912. Se also
Voltairine Dead, in English page of same issue, probably by W.C Owen
Voltairine de Cleyre (1866-1912), Equality (Evansville, IN), 1:2, n.d.
Voltairine de Cleyre: A Tribute, by Harry Kelly, George Brown, Mary Hansen,
and Alexander Berkman, Mother Earth, July 1912 (a special Voltairine
de Cleyre issue).
Yanovsky, Saul. Voltairine de Cleyre, Fraye Arbeter Shtime, June 22,