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Louise Michel is probably best known for her role as a Communard, that is, as a participant and supporter of the Paris Commune of 1871, which was one response to the Social Question.
The Paris Commune was an occasion to point at a supposedly monstrous, unnatural, un-Canadian phenomenon.
The rebellion of the Paris Commune, the third phase of the 1870-71
In his study of the visual representations of the Paris Commune, James Leith reproduces a caricature by Darjou first published in the reactionary Le Grelot in the summer of 1871.
That said, although I may have dragged myself through the first few pages wishing Hegel had never been born, Professor Antliff 's always measured, and sometimes brilliant, scholarship eventually won me over and I ended Anarchy and Art: From the Paris Commune to the Fall of the Berlin Wall wanting more.
The Paris Commune of 1871 may have been the first great uprising of the proletariat against bourgeois exploitation, as Karl Marx maintained.
Political and economic instability--the twin spectres of the Paris Commune and the so-called Great Depression cast a powerful shadow over late nineteenth-century utopianism--generated expectations of social transformation that were bound to be disappointed in practice.
A local rebellion, the Paris Commune was a reaction against the provisional government set up by the French after the defeat of Napoleon III by the Prussian armies in the Franco-Prussian War.
Compiled and edited by Nic Maclellan, Louise Michel: Rebel Lives is the dramatic biography of Louise Michel, the fiery leader of the 1871 Paris Commune, a short-lived workers' government created when the city population rose up to exert its will.
THE Paris Commune ruins of 1871 provide a scene of conflict between detached, writerly interests in the aesthetics of architecture and the immediate, objective political demands of civil war.
Written in 1889 by an Irish rebel, theRed Flag's inspiration was the Paris commune, a London dock strike,embryo Bolsheviks,Chicago labour organisers bent on anarchy,and Irish aspirations.
Boime's work had a very clear thesis: namely that the Impressionist movement can be understood only in terms of its essentially political reaction to the Paris Commune.