Correspondencia entre Rejas. La Defensa de la Libertad por Teresa Mañé Miravent
Keywords:anarchism, assistance prisoners, workers' prisons, Teresa Mañé Miravent and Soledad Gustavo
AbstractTeresa Mañé Miravent (1865-1939), also known under the pseudonym of Soledad Gustavo, is one of the most important woman regarding the development of the Spanish anarchist school of thought. Her incisive pen, as well as her assiduous participation in anarchist parties and activities, made her an inuential theoretician in both national and international working press. In this article, I will analyse the epistolary relations that Teresa Mañé exchanged while searching for the defence of freedom and anarchist ideology in nineteenth-century Spain and the rst decades of the twentieth century.
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