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Can we disarm?

by Joseph McCabe & Georges Darien Les Editions de Londres (June 15, 2013)

“Can we disarm?” is a 1899 political essay by Joseph McCabe and Georges Darien. In this little-known visionary essay, the English religious philosopher and the French anarchist libertarian offer the reader...


In Russian and French prisons

by Peter Kropotkin Les Editions de Londres (June 15, 2013)

"In Russian and French prisons is a 1887 essay by Piotr Kropotkin. It is more than a crude and detailed description of the Russian prison system and its comparison to Western European jails. It is also a very...


Magna Carta

by The 25 Barons Les Editions de Londres (June 10, 2013)

The "Magna Carta" is one of the most famous constitutional documents in the world. To the Americans, it has a sacrosanct bearing and it is seen as a major source of inspiration for the US Constitution. To the...


Walt Whitman

by Robert Louis Stevenson Les Editions de Londres (June 25, 2016)

“Walt Whitman” is a short essay from the compilation “Familiar studies of men and books”, written by Robert Louis Stevenson and first published in New Quarterly Magazine in October 1878.


Victor Hugo’s romances

by Robert Louis Stevenson Les Editions de Londres (June 25, 2016)

“Victor Hugo’s Romances” is a short essay from the compilation “Familiar studies of men and books”, written by Robert Louis Stevenson and first published in Cornhill magazine in August 1874.


Some aspects of Robert Burns

by Robert Louis Stevenson Les Editions de Londres (June 25, 2016)

“Some aspects of Robert Burns” is a short essay from the compilation “Familiar studies of men and books”, written by Robert Louis Stevenson and first published in Cornhill magazine in August 1879.