Anarchist Studies Network

A PSA Specialist Group for the Study of Anarchism.

Announcements

ASN members secure £250k research grant from the ESRC. See here

Rowman & Littlefield Int publish two book series by ASN members Saul Newman and Ruth Kinna

Note: it is difficult to decide where to draw the line between this category of works and "literary history." Check the other list as well.

Abad de Santillán, Diego (1924). "La obra literaria de Ricardo Flores Magón." La Revista Internacional Anarquista 2: ??-??.

Adeane, Louis (1945). "The Hero Myth in Kafka's Writing." Focus One. Ed. B. Rajan and Andrew Pearse. London: Dobson. 48-56.

Alaiz, Felipe (1932-33). "Literatura y periodismo." La revista Blanca 220, 225, 228, 231, 233, 235, 237, 239, 245, 248, 253: ??-??.

Albon, Alan (1984). "The Arrival of 1984." Freedom 45.1: 1.

Anon. (1891). "Notes: William Morris." Freedom 5.55: 42.

- - - (1899). "Notes: The Anarchist of Fiction." Freedom 13.144: 84.

- - - (1907). "Literary Notes: Review of Socialism and the Family." Freedom 21.214: 7–8.

- - - (1985). Review of Woman on the Edge of Time by Marge Piercy. Anarchist Feminist Magazine 2: 30.

B., A. (1978). Review of The Final Agenda by Edward Hyams. Cienfuegos Press Anarchist Review 5: 97.

B., M. (1911). "Some Books." Review of The New Machiavelli by H.G. Wells. Mother Earth 6.7: 215–6.

Baginski, Max (1906). "The Old and the New Drama." Mother Earth 1: 36-42.

Bakunin, Mikhail. God and the State. New York: Dover, 1970. <--See his comparison of art to science on pp. 56-57 amd his critique of French and German Romanticism on pp. 80-82.

Barsky, Robert F. (1998). "Bakhtin as Anarchist? Language, Law and Creative Impulses in the Work of Mikhail Bakhtin and Rudolph Rocker." South Atlantic Quarterly 97.3: 623-642.

- - - (1996). "Chomsky's Challenge: The Pertinence of Bakhtin's Theories."

- - - (2002). "Literary Knowledge: Noam Chomsky and Marc Angenot."

Berneri, Marie-Louise (1950). Journey Through Utopia. New York: Schocken.

Birrell, Neil (1999). "Notes on Culture and Ideology." The Raven 10.3.39: 193-201. <--Deftly weaves together memetics, gift theory, Illich's notion of "convivial tools," and the economics of mass media.

Burgess, Anthony (1975). "Clockwork Orange." Freedom 44.5: 2.

Call, Lewis (1999). "Anarchy in the Matrix: Postmodern Anarchism in the Novels of William Gibson and Bruce Sterling." Anarchist Studies 7.2: 99-117. <--Reprised in Postmodern Anarchism.

- - - (2002). "Anarchist Gift Economies in Contemporary Science Fiction." Anarchist Studies 10.2: 119-144. <--Abstract: "Gift theory is one of the most interesting and significant strands of twentieth-century Western thought. This theory has even made its way into popular culture, notably in contemporary science fiction novels. Gift economies emerge in the literature of science fiction as a revolutionary theoretical challenge to the discourses of capitalism and statism. Anarchist theory could therefore benefit greatly from a serious and sustained examination of the principles of gift exchange articulated in these novels. Bruce Sterling's 'prestige servers,' Kim Stanley Robinson's ecological gift-giving, and the gift-exchange culture envisioned by Ursula K. Le Guin all contribute to the construction of a radical, anarchist vision of political economy. Such a vision values generosity rather than accumulation, reputation rather than material wealth, and equality rather than hierarchy. The gift exchange systems of contemporary science fiction take a vibrant system of political economy from humanity's distant past and apply it to our possible futures."

Cantine, Holly (1947). Review of Bend Sinister by Vladimir Nabokov. Retort 4.1: 45-46.

Cappelletti, Angel (1966). ‘Edward Bulwer-Lytton: Satira, ciencia-ficcion y utopia’, Reconstruir 44: 26–34.

Cohn, Jesse (1999). "An Exemplary Failure: Pat Murphy’s ''The City, Not Long After'' and the dilemmas of anarchist utopian fiction." Anarchist Studies 7.2: 119-125. <--Abstract: "How can revolutionary opposition avoid becoming a mirror image of the system it opposes? This has long been a central question for anarchism. Pat Murphy's novel, in which a stateless community wages a non-violent war of resistance against invaders, promises to make an answer to our question visible. Paradoxically, The City, Not Long After surrepetitiously closes the very question it attempts to open, sacrificing its own radical potential in the process. My counter-questions, then, are: 1) What compels this novel to take back with one hand what it gives with the other? 2) If this attempt at imaginative transcendence ends in a self-cancelling gesture, what does its fate imply for anarchist theory? Additionally: how can we raise issues of 'realism' in fiction and political speculation without falling into the bad logic of vulgar realism - the very logic which makes every alternative to the system appear unreal?"

- - - (2006). Anarchism and the Crisis of Representation: Hermeneutics, Aesthetics, Politics. Selinsgrove, PA: Susquehanna University Press. <--

- - - (2001). "Believing in the Disease: Virologies and Memetics as Models of Power Relations in Contemporary Science Fiction." Culture Machine 3.

Chesneaux, Jean (????). The Political and Social Ideas of Jules Verne.

Clore, Dan (2001). ‘Anarchist & Libertarian Socialist Societies in Science Fiction etc.’, mailing to anarchysf Internet mailing list; a version is online at , www.niribanimeso.org/eng/ess/anlib.html.

Cloves, Jeff (1968). ‘William Morris’, Freedom 29.37: 5.

Colson, Daniel (2004). Trois essais en philosophie anarchiste: Islam, Histoire, Monadologie. Paris: Éditions Léo Scheer. <--Part II, "Histoire et fiction: Hannah Arendt et les brèches du temps" (147-266) is, among other things, an inquiry into the relation between fiction and history, in particular between the temporality of historical time and of the "once upon a time" of the fairy tale.

Comfort, Alex (1946). Art and Social Responsibility: Lectures on Ideology of Romanticism. London: Falcon Press.

- - - (1948). The Novel & Our Time. London: Phoenix House.

Curtoni, Vittorio (1978). "Su Marte c'é un Compagno." A–Rivista Anarchica 8.7: 24–7.

Day, Hem (1959). "Louise Michel, Jules Verne: de qui est 20,000 leiues sous les mers?" Les Cahiers Pensée et Action 9.

- - - (1967). "Louise Michel e Jules Verne." Volontà 20.4: 222–6.

de Cleyre, Voltairine (1914). Selected Works of Voltairine de Cleyre. Ed. Hippolyte Havel. New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association.

- - - , and Eugenia C. DeLamotte (2004). Gates of Freedom: Voltairine de Cleyre and the Revolution of the Mind. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. <--Contains a broad selection of de Cleyre's published work, letters, etc., with exceptionally perceptive commentary by DeLamotte.

Dowa, Henry (1962). "Africans and Anarchism." Anarchy 16: 183-186. <--Argues that the writer Ezekiel Mphalele should be read as a kind of anarchist.

Drake, John (1978). "Jules Verne and the Anarchist Novel." Freedom 39.2: 13.

Eagle, M. (1969). "The World of Tomorrow." Freedom 30.32: 2.

F., A. (1977). "Obituary: Dr W. Grey Walter." Freedom 38.10: 7.

Fabbri, Luce (1935). "Otro bimilenario: HORACIO." Caminos. Arte, Critica, Ciencia 1.2: ??-??.

Farr, Roger (2006). "Anarchist Poetics." Fifth Estate 373: 34-38.

- - - (2006). "Enclosure." XCP: Cross-Cultural Poetics 15/16: 205.

- - - (2005). "'Insurrectionary Wilderness of the I': Phyllis Webb's Anarchist Poetics." West Coast Line 45 : 63-76.

- - - (2004). "Only A Beginning or the Beginning of the End?" Rev. of Only A Beginning: An Anarchist Anthology by Allan Antliff. Rain Review 3.1: 1.

- - - (2007). "The Strategy of Concealment: Argot & Slang of the 'Dangerous Classes.'" Fifth Estate 375: ??-??.

- - - (2006). "Surprise, Improvisation, & Unpredictablility: An Interview with Fred Wah." The Capilano Review 2.48: ??-??.

- - - , and Aaron Vidaver (2003). A Different Table Altogether: P. Inman in Conversation. Philadelphia, PA: Slought Foundation.

- - - , and Reg Johanson (2006). "On Radical Poetry." Rev. of Poets' Talk and Writing in Our Time by Pauline Butling and Susan Rudy. Rain Review 3.4: 6.

Fleming, Gillian (1982). ‘Louise Michel’, Freedom 43.2: 9–1.

Fraenkel, Michael (1949). Review of Art and Social Responsibility and The Novel of Our Time by Alex Comfort. Retort 4.3: 42-45.

Frankfurter, Marion Denman, and Gardner Jackson, eds. (1928). The Letters of Sacco and Vanzetti. London: Penguin.

Girault, Ernest (1906). La Bonne Louise. Psychologie de Louise Michel. Paris: Bibliotheque des Auteurs Modernes.

Godwin, William The Enquirer: Reflexions on Education, Manners and Literature. London: Robinson. <--Close, sharp observations on the ways in which authority distorts reading, learning, and communication, and thinking.

- - - (1836). Pantheon: Or the Ancient History of the Gods of Greece and Rome: For the Use of Schools and Young Persons of Both Sexes. London: Baldwin & Cradock.

Goldman, Emma (1910). "The Drama: A Powerful Disseminator of Radical Thought." Anarchism and Other Essays. New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association. 247-277.

- - - (1914). The Social Significance of the Modern Drama. Boston: R.G. Badger.

González Prada, Manuel. Free Pages and Other Essays: Anarchist Musings. Trans. Frederick H. Fornoff. Ed. David Sobrevilla. New York: Oxford University Press, 2003.

Goodman, Paul (1977). Creator Spirit Come!: The Literary Essays of Paul Goodman. Ed. Taylor Stoehr. New York: Free Life Editions.

- - - (1947). Kafka's Prayer. New York: The Vanguard Press, Inc.

- - - (1972). Speaking and Language: Defence of Poetry. New York: Random House. <--Largely an anarchist critique of structuralist linguistics and literary theory, in many respects parallel with Voloshinov's attack on the Russian Formalists.

- - - (1962). Utopian Essays and Practical Proposals. New York: Random House.

- - - (1954). The Structure of Literature. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Guerra, Armando [a.k.a. Armand Guerra, a.k.a. José Estivalis] (1901). "El trabajo, última novela de Zola." La Revista Blanca 4.72: 748.

Hamon, Augustin Frédéric, and Henriette Hamon (1912). "La critique et 'La profession de Madame Warren.'" Grande revue 16.7: 569-576.

- - - (1912). "'Pièces déplaisantes' de Bernard Shaw: en guise de préface." Revue d'Europe et d'Amérique 15: 365-382.

- - - (1972). The Technique of Bernard Shaw's Plays. Folcroft, PA: Folcroft Library Editions.

- - - (1915). The Twentieth Century Molière: Bernard Shaw. London: Allen & Unwin.

Hotz, Charles [a.k.a. Édouard Rothen] (1924). L'art et le peuple. Paris: Éd. du Groupe de propagande par la brochure.

Landauer, Gustav (1907). "Algernon Charles Swinburne. Zu einem 70. Geburtstag (5. April)." Der Zeitgeist 13: ??.

- - - (1912). "Bayreuth." Der Sozialist ??: ??-??.

- - - (1890). "Das neue soziale Drama (Familie Selicke)." Deutschland. Wochenschrift für Kunst, Literatur, Wissenschaft und soziales Leben. ??: 476-479.

- - - (1898). "Der Dichter als Ankläger." Der Sozialist ??: ??.

- - - (1900). "Die blaue Blume." Die Nation 17.28: 395-397.

- - - (1915-1916). "Die deutsche Romantik in Literatur, Musik und bildender Kunst." Die Volksbühne ??: ??-??.

- - - (1892). "Die Zukunft und die Kunst." Die Neue Zeit 10: 532-535.

- - - (1899). "Dostojewski." Das Neue Jahrhundert 2. Halbjahrband: ??.

- - - (1906). "Drei Dramen und ihre Richter." Die Schaubühne 2.6: ??-??.

- - - (1919). "Eine Ansprache an die Dichter." Die Erhebung, Jahrbuch für Neue Dichtung und Wertung 296-304.

- - - (1919). "Enleitung in Strindbergs Gespenstersonate." Das Forum 3.6: 415-427.

- - - (1997). "Fragment über Georg Kaiser." Dichter, Ketzer, Aussenseiter: Essays und Reden zu Literatur, Philosophie, Judentum. Ed. Hanna Delf. Berlin: Akademie Verlag. ??-??.

- - - (1916). "Friedrich Hölderlin in seinen Gedichten." Die weissen Blätter 3: 183-213.

- - - (1899). "Fritz Mauthner." Die Zukunft 29: 296-305.

- - - (1912). "Fritz Mauthners Buddha-Dichtung." Berliner Tageblatt ??.

- - - (1918). "Goethes Politik." Masken 14.9, 14: ??.

— - - (1892). "Gerhard Hauptmann." Die Neue Zeit 10: 612-621.

- - - (1899). "Goethe." Der Sozialist ??: ??.

- - - (1907). "Hofmannsthals 'Odipus.'" Das Blaubuch ??: ??.

- - - (1920). "Kulturprogramm." Fidelis 4.8: 582-599.

- - - (1910). "Lew Nikolajewitsch Tolstoi." Der Sozialist ??: ??.

- - - (1911). "Leo Tostoi: Für alle Tage" Der Sozialist: ??.

- - - (1901). "Mauthners Sprachkritik." Die Zukunft 35: 134-40.

- - - (1901). "Mauthners Sprachwissenschaft." Die Zukunft 37: 312-323.

- - - (1903). "Mauthners Werk." Die Zukunft 42: 455-464.

- - - (1905). "Musik der Welt." Die Zukunft 52: 174-176.

- - - (1913). "Philister über dir, Hauptmann!" Der Sozialist ??.

- - - (1909). Review of Felix Paul Greve, ed., Jonathan Swifts Prosaschriften. Das literarische Echo 11.11: 817-818.

- - - (1962). Shakespeare: dargestellt in Vorträgen. Hrsg. M. Buber. ??: Hamburg.

- - - (1923). Skepsis und Mystik: Versuche im Anschluss on Mauthners Sprachkritik. ??: Köln.

- - - (1892). "Sprache und Schrift." Das Magazin für Litteratur ??: 155-156.

- - - (1892). "Sprache und Schrift." Das Magazin für Litteratur ??: 189-191.

- - - (1907). "Streit um Whitman." Das literarische Echo 1528. ??

- - - (1916). "Strindberg." Neue Jugend 1: 135-136.

- - - (1917). "Strindbergs historische Miniaturen." Der Jude 2.1-2: 97-109.

- - - (1918). "Strindbergs Traumspiel." Masken ??: 49-64.

- - - (1920). "Thesen zur Wirklichkeit und Verwirklichung: Ein Fragment aus dem Nachlass Gustav Landauers." Die Erhebung, Jahrbuch für neue Dichtung und Wertung 318-322.

- - - (1919). "Troilus und Cressida." Deutsche Bühne 1: 177-217.

- - - (1890). "Über epische und dramatische Dichtung" Deutschland 4 and 11: ??.

- - - (1913). "Walt Whitman." Der Sozialist ??.

- - - (1908). "Zur Kritik der Sprachkunst." Kritik der Kritik 2.12: 283-336.

- - - (1913). "Zur Poesie der Juden." Freistatt ??

— - - (1918). "Zur Uraufführung von Georg Kaisers 'Gas.'" Masken ??.

- - - (1918). "Zu Tolstois Tagebuch." Die Weltbühne ??: 333-337.

Lazare, Bernard (1895). Figures contemporaines; ceux d'aujourd'hui, ceux de demain. Paris: Perrin.

- - - (1896). L'Écrivain et l’art social. Béarn: Bibliothèque de l’art social.

- - - (1892). "Les Livres." Review of A. Ferdinand Herold, Chevaleries sentimentales. Entretiens politiques et littéraires ??: 475-478.

- - - et al (1994). Lettres à Jean Grave; suivies de, Jean Grave, quelques mots: deux articles de l'auteur, Bernard Lazare. Et d'une lettre d'Emile de Saint-Auban à l'auteur sur Jean Grave. Ed. Philippe Oriol. Paris: Au fourneau.

- - - (1891). Les quatre faces. Paris: Librairie de l'art indépendant.

Goodman, Paul (1977). Creator Spirit Come!: The Literary Essays of Paul Goodman. Ed. Taylor Stoehr. New York: Free Life Editions.

- - - (1972). Speaking and Language: Defence of Poetry. New York: Random House. <--Largely an anarchist critique of structuralist linguistics and literary theory, in many respects parallel with Voloshinov's attack on the Russian Formalists.

- - - (1962). Utopian Essays and Practical Proposals. New York: Random House.

Gordon, Gareth (2000). ''Horizons of Change: Deconstruction and the Evanescence of Authority''.

Hedgecock, Andrew (1986). "Moorcock: Anarchist Ironist." Freedom 47.10: 22.

Hulse, Edward (????). Revolutionists in London

Huxley, Aldous (1937). "An Opinion." Spain and the World 1.25–6: 1.

- - - (1946). Foreword to 1946 edn of Brave New World

- - - (1969). Letters of Aldous Huxley, ed. Grover Smith. London: Chatto & Windus; NY: Harper

Hyde, Lewis (1983). The Gift: Imagination and the Erotic Life of Property. New York: Vintage Books. <--Hyde is not necessarily an anarchist per se (and he pulls back from some of the implications of his ideas), but gift theory is certainly one of the most vigorous strains within anarchist cultural theory in general, and Hyde's treatment of poetry as an instance of gift as a form of "anarchist property" that sits ill within a commodity-exchange economy has been influential (see, for instance, Neil Birrell's "Culture and Ideology").

Jäger, Lorenz (1995). "Anmerkungen zu Landauers Literaturkritik." Gustav Landauer (1870-1919): Eine Bestandsaufnahme zur Rezeption seines Werkes. Ed. Leonhard M. Fiedler. Frankfurt am Main: Campus Verlag. 204-218.

James, Edward (1999). "A 'Double-Dyed Distilled Detractor and Denigrator of Decency, Dignity and Decorum': Eric Frank Russell as Anarchist." Anarchist Studies 7.2: 155-170. <--Abstract: "Eric Frank Russell was one of the best loved British science fiction writers of the post-war period. Although he is best known for his humorous stories, his fiction contains a strong streak of political radicalism which was unusual in the science fiction of the time. This article looks at Russell's published fiction and at the Russell Archive recently deposited at the University of Liverpool in order to assess Russell's own political views. It analyses in particular the novella '...And Then There Were None' (1951) and The Great Explosion (1962), the novel which grew from it, and argues that they constitute a fictional discussion about different varieties of anarchism. The article concludes by looking at some of Russell's other short fiction and the letters in the Archive, suggesting that Russell was motivated by a strong distrust of authority of all kinds, and that his own political philosophy was close to anarchism."

Kropotkin, Peter (1896). Tribute to William Morris. Freedom 10.110: 109–110.

- - - (1898). "Edward Bellamy." Freedom 10.128: 42.

- - - (1970). "An Appeal to the Young." Kropotkin's Revolutionary Pamphlets. Ed. Roger N. Baldwin. New York: Dover Books. 261-282. <--Originally published as "Aux jeunes gens" in Le Révolté, 26 juin-21 août 1880. Also translated by George Woodcock as "To the Young" in Words of a Rebel (Montréal: Black Rose Books, 1992), 44-63. Of particular interest here are the words Kropotkin addresses "To Artists" on pp. 272-273 and 278 (52-54 and 58 in Words of a Rebel).

- - - (1916). Ideals and Realities in Russian Literature. New York: A. A. Knopf.

Lang, Alex (1949). Review of Thy Men Shall Fall by Sidney and Samuel Moss. Retort 4.3: 46-47.

Lessa, Takver & Alyx (1978). "Daily Life in Revolutionary Utopia: Feminism, Anarchism and Science Fiction." Open Road 8 and 13: ??-?? and ??-??.

M., A. [Meltzer, Albert] (1976). "The Lie Factory." Cienfuegos Press Anarchist Review 2: 58 and 62. <--Reprinted from Black Flag 4.10 (Sept. 1976): 13–4.

M., J. (1963). "Letra Viva." Reconstruir 23: 45–7.

Mac Low, Jackson (1945). Review of The Facts of Life by Paul Goodman. Retort 3.1: 41-42.

MacF., A.B. (1927). "The World of William Clissold." Freedom 41.442: 21.

Macleod, Ken (2002). "Science Fiction and Anarchism." Total Liberty 3.1.

Mannin, Ethel (1945). Bread and Roses, an Utopian Survey and Blue-Print. London: Macdonald.

Meltzer, Albert (1977). Review of Illuminatus! by Robert Anton Wilson and Robert Shea. Cienfuegos Press Anarchist Review 2: 53–4.

Morris, William (1889). "Correspondence." Commonweal 175: 157.

- - - (1951). Unpublished Letters of William Morris to John Glasse. Introd. R. Page Arnot. London : Labour Monthly.

Mühsam, Erich (1929). "Der Kampf un Lulu." Illustrierter Film-Kurier 1079: 3-5. <--The article is actually about battles over state censorship of "Lulu," the play by Frank Wedekind that served as the basis for Pabst's film Die Büchse der Pandora (English title: Pandora's Box).

- - - (1931). "Erzählende Literatur." Fanal, Anarchistische Monatszeitschrift 5.5: 111. <--(English: "Narrative Literature.")

- - - (1928). "Frank Wedekind, Gestorben am 9. März 1918." Fanal, Anarchistische Monatszeitschrift 2.7: 167. <--A poem in memoriam of Frank Wedekind.

- - - (1930). "Kunst und Proletariat." Fanal, Anarchistische Monatszeitschrift 4.8: 169.

- - - (1928). "Neue Rußland-Literatur." Fanal, Anarchistische Monatszeitschrift 2.5: 114. <--(English: "New Russian Literature."

- - - (1930). "Polemische Literatur." Fanal, Anarchistische Monatszeitschrift 5.3: 62.

- - - (1928). "Tolstois Vermächtnis." Fanal, Anarchistische Monatszeitschrift 3.1: 1. <--(English: "Tolstoy's Legacy."

Neville, Peter (2001). "Science Fiction as Social Criticism." Total Liberty 8: 2-3. <--One letter-writer, Richard Alexander, opined: "I can only hope that nobody actually takes Peter Neville's piece as representative of anarchist thinking in this area or even remotely accurate or up-to-date."

O., G. N. (Ostergaard, Geoffrey) (1978). "Russia in 1984?" Freedom 39: 22.

P., D. (1976). "The Dispossessed." Freedom 37.5: 16.

- - - (1986). "Science Fiction." Review of Wasp by Eric Frank Russell. Freedom 47.3: 5

Pilgrim, John (1963). "Science Fiction and Anarchism." Anarchy 34, Vol. 3.12: 361–76.

Planche, F. [pseud.] (1946). La Vie Ardente et intrepide de Louise Michel. Paris: L'auteur.

LeGuin, Ursula K. (1989). "A Non-Euclidean View of California as a Cold Place to Be." Dancing at the Edge of the World: Thoughts on Words, Women, Places. New York: Grove Press. 80-100.

- - - (1989). "Is Gender Necessary? Redux." Dancing at the Edge of the World: Thoughts on Words, Women, Places. New York: Grove Press. 7-16.

- - - (1992). "Science Fiction and Mrs. Brown." The Language of the Night: Essays on Fantasy and Science Fiction. New York: HarperCollins Publishers. ??-??. <--Originally pub. in Science Fiction at Large, 1975.

- - - (1992). "The Stalin in the Soul." The Language of the Night: Essays on Fantasy and Science Fiction. New York: HarperCollins Publishers. ??-??. <--Originally pub. 1973.

Martí-Ibañez, Félix (1962). "Symbols and Medicine." Ariel: Essays on the Arts and the History and Philosophy of Medicine. New York: MD Publications, Inc. 39-67. <--Develops an interesting idea concerning possible "diseases" of symbolism and modes of treatment. Another interesting, brief essay in this collection: "Tell Me A Story" (34-35).

Mirbeau, Octave (1885). "Émile Zola." Le Matin ??: ??-??.

- - - (1885). "Émile Zola et le naturalisme." La France ??: ??-??.

- - - (1895). "Knut Hamsun." Le Journal ??: ??-??.

- - - (1901). "Le Secret de la morale." Le Journal ??: ??-??.

Moorcock, Michael (1978). "Starship Stormtroopers." Cienfuegos Press Anarchist Review 4: 42–4. <--Reprinted in "The Opium General" Harrap (1984)

- - - (1983). The Retreat from Liberty. The Erosion of Democracy in Today’s Britain. London: Zomba Books.

Moore, John (1999). "Anarchy: Free Fall." Anarchist Studies 7.2: 95-97.

- - - (1998). "Composition and Decomposition: Contemporary Anarchist Aesthetics." Anarchist Studies 6: 113-22.

- - - (2002). "The Insubordination of Words: Poetry, Insurgency and the Situationists." Anarchist Studies 10.2: 145-164.

- - - (2004). "Lived Poetry: Stirner, Anarchy, Subjectivity and the Art of Living." Changing Anarchism: Anarchist Theory and Practice in a Global Age. Ed. Jonathan Purkis and James Bowen. Manchester: Manchester University Press. 55-69.

- - - (1997). "Public Secret: Fredy Perlman and the Literature of Subversion." Twenty-First Century Anarchism. Ed. Jon Purkis and James Bowen. London: Cassell. ??-??.

- - - (1999). "Vagabond Desire: Aliens, Alienation and Human Regeneration in Arkady and Boris Strugatsky's Roadside Picnic and Andrey Tarkovsky's Stalker." Alien Identities: Exploring Differences in Film and Fiction. Ed. Deborah Cartmell et al. London: Pluto Press. 121-140.

Muñoz, Manuel Morales, ed. (2002). Cultura e ideología en el anarquismo español (1870-1910). Málaga: Publicaciones Centro de Ediciones de la Diputación de Málaga. <--An anthology of short writings on culture and literature by Spanish anarchists during the heyday of La Revista Blanca.

Peirats, José (1937). "Arte del pueblo. «¡Venciste Monatkoff!»" Ruta 41: ??-??.

- - - (1990). "Impío Baroja." Anthropos 18: 124-125.

- - - (1990). "La Ironía hilarante y la sátira social." Anthropos 18: 118.

- - - (1990). "Zola entre la rima y la prosa." Anthropos 18: 117-118.

Pilgrim, John (1963). "Science Fiction and Anarchism." Anarchy 34: 361-375.

Poulaille, Henry. Nouvel âge littéraire. Paris: Valois, 1930. <--An anarchist who, influenced by Proudhon, Sorel, and Lazare, championed "proletarian literature."

Prat, José (1898). "Teatro nuevo." Ciencia social 2.3: 46-48.

Proudhon, Pierre-Joseph (1858). De la justice dans la révolution et dans l'église; nouveaux principes de philosophie pratique adressés à son éminence Monseigneur Mathieu, cardinal-archevêque de Besançon. Paris: Garnier frères.

- - - (1862). Les Majorats littéraires: examen d'un projet de loi ayant but de créer, au profit des auteurs, inventeurs et artistes, un monopole perpétuel. Bruxelles: Office de publicité.

Quillard, Pierre (1993). L'Anarchie par la littérature. Paris: Éditions du Fourneau.

- - - (1892). "Bernard Lazare." Mercure de France 27: 250-255.

- - - (1891). "De l'inutilité absolue de la mise en scène exacte." Revue d'art dramatique 22 (Mai 1): 180-183.

- - - (1893). "Lettre à Bernard Lazare." Mercure de France ??: 256-260. <--A retort to Lazare's response to Quillard's review of Herold (see Lazare, above, and Quillard, below).

- - - (1899). "Octave Mirbeau." Mercure de France ??: 69-75. <--A review of Octave Mirbeau's Le Jardin des supplices (The Torture Garden).

- - - (1893). Review of Chevaleries sentimentales by A.-F. Herold. Mercure de France ??: 62-64.

- - - (1891). "Stéphane Mallarmé." Review of Pages by Stéphane Mallarmé. Mercure de France ??: ??-??.

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Tremlett, Paul-F. (1999). "Borg: A Critical Encounter." Anarchist Studies 7.2: 171-183. <--Abstract: "In this paper I develop a 'reading' of the film, Star Trek: First Contact (1997). I begin by elaborating a critical anarchist hermeneutic that understands interpretation as praxis and meaning(s) as mutable and unstable. I suggest that the film can be understood as an effort to mediate a crisis in human relations with technology (a potential 'other'). I argue that the principal element or relation through which this crisis is posed and then resolved is that between Picard, Data and the Borg 'queen'. The stability of a postulated father-son relationship enjoyed by Picard and Data is threatened by the intervention of the Borg queen, who attempts Data's seduction. Picard must 'save' Data and destroy the Borg, and, in so doing, preserve the stable and discrete identities of human and machine to prevent a descent into disorder signified by the hybridity of the Borg. Disorder, as the absence of any organising principle of knowledge or experience, is further linked to the post-structuralist critique of 'foundationalism' and the anarchist critique of government."

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Walter, Nicolas (1972). "Clockwork –- But No Orange." Freedom 33.5: 2.

Wieck, David Thoreau (1969). "Aesthetic Symbols." Philosophy East and West 19.3: 327-342.

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