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22-Horrors of War

And with her usual insight she watched the people stretching out their docile necks, ready for the knife.

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22-Horrors of War

22-Horrors of War

In February 1905 Séverine published an article in Je Sais Tout entitled “The Horrors of War” in which she meticulously enumerates the deaths produced by the ensemble of wars in the 19th century. 990 more words

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Rirette

In these times when character is becoming rare, it is interesting to me to show this wisp of a woman rebelling against becoming an informant.

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Rirette

Rirette[1]

A nice name, isn’t it? A name right out of another time when the coquettes still wore bonnets, when windmills still had blades and when it was, nonetheless, the bonnets that flew over the windmills. 1,013 more words

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The Cause of Women

The very rich might escape suspicion of greed, but who is safe from plotting, from wicked ambition, from the need for domination to which everything is sacrificed?

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The Cause of Women

The Cause of Women[1]

I could have written The Cause of “Feminism” but I did not want to because this suffix, however acceptable, however fashionable today, seems to me just another “ism” among all the others, a link in the chain of all those trials, ordeals and schools of thought that the old world is finally being freed of. 1,186 more words

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21-Plundering Politics and Robbing Banks

they believed in direct action and the immediate need of revolution.

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