Anarchy (book) - Anarquía (libro)
|by Manuel González Prada|
|Topic (s)||Anarchism in Peru|
|Manuel Gonzalez Prada|
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Anarquía is acompilation book of writings by the Peruvian Manuel González Prada , published posthumously in 1936 , in which helucidlyexposes his anarchist thought. It is made up of 35 essays , articles and current chronicles published mainly in the newspaper Los Parias ( 1904 - 1909 ), along with a few unpublished texts.
He picks up his thought back to Peru in 1898 after a trip to Europe, in which he learned about anarchist ideas, of which he became an activist , and to which he later gave a particular philosophical and literary stamp. Most are writings of a cosmopolitan ideological and cultural character . It was published by his son Alfredo González Prada .
- Anarquía, Editorial Ercilla, Santiago de Chile, 1st. Edition 1936 [2nd. Edition, Editorial Tierra y Libertad, Barcelona, 1938; 3rd. Edition, Editorial Ercilla, Santiago de Chile, 1940]
- According to WorldCat, there are seven editions published between 1936 and 1948 in Spanish, and it is found in 84 libraries around the world.