Homberger-Biggart, eds. John Reed and the Russian Revolution.

Biblioteca / 1990-1999

Eric Homberger, John Biggart, eds. John Reed and the Russian Revolution. Uncollected Articles, Letters and Speeches on Russia, 1917–1920.

Londres: Macmillan, 1992.

340 páginas.

Contents

Introduction

Part I

1917

Chronology: John Reed in 1917

1 – The Fall of the Russian Bastille

2 – Russia

3 – The Russian Peace [written with Louise Bryant]

4 – A Letter from John Reed

5 – Letter to Sally Robinson

6 – Letter to Boardman Robinson

7 – A Visit to the Russian Army

8 – Letter to Boardman Robinson

9 – Red Russia: Kerensky, I

10 – John Reed Cables the Call News of the Bolshevik Revolt

11 – Red Russia: The Triumph of the Bolsheviki

12 – Red Russia: Kerensky, II

Part II

1918

Chronology: John Reed in 1918

13 – The Origins of Workers’ Control in Russia

14 – Two Manuscripts on the Revolution

15 – Bolsheviki Foes of All Imperialism

16 – A Lecture on Conditions in Russia

17 – A Message to Our Readers from John Reed Who Has Just Returned from Petrograd

18 – ‘Foreign Affairs’

19 – Revolutionary Controversies

20 – The Case for the Bolsheviki

21 – ‘Kerensky is Coming!’

22 – Memorandum to Colonel House on Intervention in Russia

23 – Address to the Jacob Schwartz Memorial Meeting

24 – Letter to Upton Sinclair

25 – The Second Day

26 – The Constituent Assembly in Russia

27 – They Are Still There!

Part III

1919-20

Chronology: John Reed in 1919-20

28 – How Soviet Russia Conquered Imperial Germany

29 – The Latest from Russia

30 – Doctor Rakovsky

31 – Prinkipo and After

32 – Bolshevism: What It Is Not

33 – Notebook Entries on an Interview with Trotsky

34 – The Bolsheviks in 1919: Notebook Entries

35 – Soviet Russia Now

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