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French Anarchism Bibliography


Arvon, Henri. (1951). L'anarchisme. Paris, Presses
	universitaires de France.
Badet, Jaques. (1980). Contes anarchistes espagnols, 
	1870-1930, traduits et présentés. Lyon: 
	Presses Universitaires de Lyon.
Bantman, Constance (2013). The French Anarchists in London, 18801914: 
	Exile and Transnationalism in the First Globalisation. Liverpool: Liverpool UP. 
Berry, David (2002). A History of the French Anarchist Movement,
	1917-1945. Westport, CT. and London: Greenwood Press.
Berry, David (2008). "Change the World Without Taking Power? The 
	Libertarian Communist Tradition in France Today." Journal of 
	Contemporary European Studies, Volume 16, Issue 1 April, pp. 111-130.
Boussinot, Roger. (1982). Les mots de l'anarchie: dictionnaire 
	des idées, des faits, des actes, de l'histoire et des 
	hommes anarchistes. Paris: Delalain.
Carr, R. (1977). Anarchism in France: the Case of 
	Octave Mirbeau. Manchester:
Chapman, Rosemary. (1992). Henry Poulaille and
	proletarian literature 1920-1939. Amsterdam;
	Atlanta, GA: Rodopi.
Fleming, Marie, Ph.D. (1979). The anarchist way
	to socialism: Elisée Reclus and nineteenth-century
	European anarchism. London: Croom Helm; Totowa,
	N.J.: Rowman and Littlefield.
Forth, Christopher E. (Fall '96). "Intellectual anarchy and 
	imaginary otherness: gender, class, and pathology in French 
	intellectual discourse, 1890-1900." The Sociological Quarterly.
	v. 37  p. 645-71.  
Gemie, S. (1994), "Mirbeau and Anarchism", Anarchist Studies 
	2:1  2-24.
Gemie, S. (1999). French Revolutions, 1815-1914. 
Grave, Jean, (1932). A Propos d'Attentats; L'Impasse: Dans 
	l'Internationale Anarchiste; Patriotisme Capitaliste. 
	Paris: Robinson.
Joyeux, Maurice. (1977).  L'anarchie dans la societe contemporaine: 
	une heresie necessaire? Paris: Casterman.
Jennings, J.R. (1990). Syndicalism in France: A 
	Study of Ideas. London: The Macmillan Press.
Halperin, J.U. (1988). Felix Fénéon: Aesthete and 
	Anarchist in Fin-de-Siècle Paris. New Haven: 
	Yale University Press.
Hutton, John Gary. (1994). Neo-impressionism and the
	search for solid ground: art, science, and anarchism
	in fin-de-siecle France. Modernist studies. Baton
	Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.
Labiche, Eugene (1848). A Bas la Famille: ou, Les Banquets. 
	Paris: n.p.
Maitron, Jean (1955). Histoire du movement anarchiste en France 
	(1880-1914), 2nd ed. Paris: Société universitaire d'éditions 
	et de librairie.
 --- (1975). Le Mouvement Anarchiste en France. 
	Vols. 1-2. Paris: Maspero.
Marconi, Pio. ed. (1979). La libertà selvaggia: Stato e 
	punizione nel pensiero anarchico.  Venezia: Marsilio.
Maricourt, Thierry. (1990). Histoire de la littérature 
	libertaire en France. Paris: A. Michel.
Patsouras, Louis. (1995). Jean Grave and the anarchist
	tradition in France.  Middletown, N.J.: Caslon Co.
Pessin, Alain. (1982). La reverie anarchiste, 1848-1914.
	Paris: Librairie des Meridiens.
Palante, George (1911). Les Antinomies Entre L'Individu Et La Société. 
	[English excerpts: "The Contradictions Between The  
	Individual and Society" 
Reclus, Elisée, (1903). A mon frere le paysan. Paris: 
	Bureaux des Temps Nouveaux.
Richard, François. (1988). L'anarchisme de droite 
	dans la littérature contemporaine. Paris: Presses 
	universitaires de France.
Ridley, F.F. (1970). Revolutionary Syndicalism in 
	France: The Direct Action of Its Time. 
	Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Schwarz, Arturo. (1977). André Breton, Trotsky et 
	l'anarchie. Paris: Union générale d'éditions.
Serge, Victor (1911). "The Individual and Society." L'Anarchie. 
	No. 323, June 15, 1911.
Silverman, W. Z. (1995). The notorious life of Gyp: right-wing 
    anarchist in fin-de-siecle France.  New York: Oxford 
    University Press.
Sonn, R.D. (1989). Anarchism and Cultural Politics in 
	Fin-de-Siecle France. Lincoln, Neb: University 
	of Nebraska Press.
Stafford, D.(1971). From anarchism to reformism; a study 
	of the political activities of Paul Brousse within the 
	First International and the French socialist movement 
	1870-90. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Stearns, P. (1971). Revolutionary Syndicalism and 
	French Labor: A Cause Without Rebels. New 
	Bruswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Tuchman, B.W. (1964). "Anarchism in France". in 
	Horowitz. The Anarchists. pp. 440-63.
Varias, A. (1997). Paris and the anarchists: aesthetes
    and subversives during the fin-de-siecle.
    London: Macmillan. 
Vincent, K. Steven. (1992). Between Marxism and
	Anarchism: Benoit Malon and French reformist
	socialism. Berkeley: University of California Press.

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