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Aug 06, 2013 | ISBN 9781781681077

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“Intrepid, incorruptible, passionate and gentle. Imagine as you read between the lines of what she wrote, the expression of her eyes. She loved workers and birds. She danced with a limp. Everything about her fascinates and rings true. One of the immortals.”—John Berger

“One cannot read the writings of Rosa Luxemburg, even at this distance, without an acute yet mournful awareness of what Perry Anderson once termed ‘the history of possibility.’”—Christopher Hitchens, Atlantic

“She emerges as one of the most emotionally intelligent socialists in modern history, a radical of luminous dimension whose intellect is informed by sensibility, and whose largeness of spirit places her in the company of the truly impressive.”—Vivian Gornick, Nation

“Wonderful … The self-portrait in these pages is that of a professional revolutionary whose vocation is, if you’ll pardon the expression, spiritual. Reading … this book, I could not help falling in love with you, dear Rosa.”—Scott McLemee, Bookforum

“Transports us directly into the private world of a woman who has never lost her inspirational power as an original thinker and courageous activist.”—Sheila Rowbotham, Guardian

The Letters of Rosa Luxemburg come as near as anything to the way this extraordinary woman talked with loved ones and friend … a wonderfully compelling record, both poignant and timely.”—Observer

“Rosa Luxemburg’s letters, with all their exquisite details, read as well as any novel … Personal or political, they are beautiful, powerful, and succinct.”—Idiom

The Letters of Rosa Luxemburg is a … kind of memorial, a kind of sliver of one woman’s life bound together in one place … Rosa Luxemburg comes alive in these pages … if you love or admire or are just fascinated by her, then you’ve no excuse not to buy this excellent book.”—PopMatters

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