The Amorous Comrade by Roger Farr

The Amorous Comrade

  • Non-Fiction
  • 224 pages, 6×9 inches
  • Price: $19 CAD · $18 USD
  • ISBN: 9781554202164
  • Date published: 2025-02-14
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About The Amorous Comrade

The French anarchist philosopher Emile Armand (1872-1963) wrote extensively in left-anarchist publications throughout the early and middle part of the 20th century, largely concerned with the question of how to live an anarchist life in our present conditions. A declared addressing of violence and the ‘bandit’ tradition in anarchist activism. Armand wrote extensively on the topics of love, sexuality, and their intersection with class-based politics. Though rejecting commercial publishing and remaining largely unknown outside anarchist circles, Armand’s ideas have influenced anarchist sexual politics. In The Amorous Comrade, Roger Farr introduces North American general readership to Armand’s ideas, and some of his crucial texts.

About Roger Farr

Roger Farr is on leave from Capilano University in North Vancouver, BC, where he teaches literature and creative writing. He lives on Gabriola Island, and has written three books of poetry: IKMQ, I Am a City Still But Soon I Shant Be, and After Villon

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