Faure, Sébastien (ed.). Encyclopedie anarchiste. Oeuvre internationale des éditions anarchistes.

Paris, (E. Rivet for) la Librairie internationale & l'Imprimerie La Fraternelle, [1926]-(1934).

4 volumes. 4to. 608 pp. (4), 609-1344 pp. (4), 1345-1968 pp. (4), 1969-2893, (3) pp. Contemporary half calf. Printed in double columns. Marbled endpapers.


First and only edition. A vast and indispensable source for the study of anarchist thought, written by a collective of authors and published under the general editorship of Sébastien Faure (1858-1942), one of the major figures in the history of twentieth century anarchism in France. It covers a wide range of subjects in the field of philosophy, sociology, politics, economics, etc.; entries are arranged alphabetically, e.g. architecture, commerce, commune, communism, competition, Darwinism, church, élite, child, fable, interest, justice, language, metaphysics, morals, mutiny, nation, parliament, reformatories, revolution, etc.

A fine set. Extremely rare.


OCLC 637849065.