Emma Goldman

Standard Name: Goldman, Emma

Connections

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Dedications Ethel Mannin
EM published Women and the Revolution, a work of political commentary, with a dedication to anarchist Emma Goldman .
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Family and Intimate relationships Ruth Fainlight
Her maternal aunt Ann, with whom the family lived during world war two, was a great admirer of Emma Goldman .
Evans-Bush, Katy. “The Poet Realized. An Interview with Ruth Fainlight”. Contemporary Poetry Review.
Friends, Associates Ethel Mannin
Reynolds was a friend of Mahatma Gandhi , and had been entrusted with Gandhi's historic letter to the British viceroy during the Civil Disobedience Campaign.
Huxter, Robert. Reg and Ethel. Sessions Book Trust, 1992.
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Croft, Andy. “Ethel Mannin: The Red Rose of Love and the Red Flower of Liberty”. Rediscovering Forgotten Radicals: British Women Writers 1889-1939, edited by Angela Ingram and Daphne Patai, University of North Carolina Press, 1993, pp. 205 - 25.
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EM herself met, through the Independent Labour Party
Friends, Associates Ethel Mannin
EM 's relationship with Emma Goldman (whom she met during the 1930s and corresponded with for years) was important to both women, but difficult and often strained. Mannin dedicated Women and the Revolution (1938) to...
Friends, Associates Dora Russell
During her time in Moscow she met Emma Goldman and her lover Alexander Berkman , and heard Lenin speak at the Third International Congress .
Russell, Dora. The Tamarisk Tree: My Quest for Liberty and Love. G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1975.
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Literary responses Githa Sowerby
The play garnered high praise from critics. One reviewer placed GSin the very first rank of our playwrights
Fitzsimmons, Linda. “Githa Sowerby (1876-1970)”. New Woman Plays, edited by Linda Fitzsimmons and Viv Gardner, Methuen, 1991, pp. 135 - 7.
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and Emma Goldman called her a genius [whose] exceptional maturity is a phenomenon rarely observed...
politics Dora Marsden
In this new course Marsden was strongly influenced by the work of philosopher Max Stirner (1806-56), who published The Ego and His Own in 1845.
Solo: Search Oxford University Libraries Online.
Stirner's ideal human has been described as the egoist, the...
politics Rebecca West
RW met Emma Goldman in London, and joined her in her campaign against Bolshevism and its support in the Labour Party in Britain.
Rollyson, Carl. Rebecca West: A Saga of the Century. Hodder and Stoughton, 1995.
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Textual Features Ethel Mannin
Russian anarchist Emma Goldman wrote to EM to express her admiration of this book. This began a correspondence between them, which bore fruit in at least two further works by EM.
Croft, Andy. “Ethel Mannin: The Red Rose of Love and the Red Flower of Liberty”. Rediscovering Forgotten Radicals: British Women Writers 1889-1939, edited by Angela Ingram and Daphne Patai, University of North Carolina Press, 1993, pp. 205 - 25.
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Textual Production Ethel Mannin
EM published Red Rose: A Novel Based on the Life of Emma Goldman (Red Emma).
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
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Theme or Topic Treated in Text Margaret Forster
For subjects of particular chapters she chooses Caroline Norton , Elizabeth Blackwell , Florence Nightingale , Josephine Butler , Elizabeth Cady Stanton , Margaret Sanger , and Emma Goldman , selected this time not for...

Timeline

After 6 September 1901
Russian-American anarchist Emma Goldman was implicated in the assassination of American President William McKinley . She had already renounced the use of violence, but she publicly praised McKinley's assassin. She was stripped of her American citizenship.
1910
Russian-American anarchist Emma Goldman (most of whose writing appeared in periodicals or pamphlets) reached to a wider public with Anarchism and Other Essays.