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  2. Victor Serge - Wikipedia

    Children. 2, including Vlady. Victor Serge ( French: [viktɔʁ sɛʁʒ]; December 30, 1890 – November 17, 1947), born Victor Lvovich Kibalchich ( Russian: Ви́ктор Льво́вич Киба́льчич ), was a Russian revolutionary Marxist, novelist, poet and historian.

  3. Review: ‘Last Times,’ by Victor Serge - The New York Times

    A Novelist Chronicles the Panic of War While Living Through It. To read “Last Times,” by Victor Serge, is to watch the accelerating catastrophe of the Nazi invasion of France. Victor Serge ...

  4. Memoirs of a Revolutionary by Victor Serge – review | Books ...

    Serge's story is often remembered for the vivid portraits of contemporaries dotted throughout the text – revolutionary leaders such as Lenin, Trotsky and Zinoviev, all of whom he knew well ...

  5. Victor Serge: The Spirit of Liberty - Los Angeles Review of Books

    But a special place would have to be reserved for Victor Serge, one of the most original and fiercely independent radicals of the 20th century. His remarkably historical life, during which he was ...

  6. The Faces of Victor Serge | Ben Lerner | The New York Review ...

    January 19, 2023 issue. Corbis/Getty Images. Victor Serge in the mug shot taken after his arrest in Paris, 1912. Books by Victor Serge Discussed in This Essay: Last Times.

  7. Victor Serge - Marxists Internet Archive

    Biographical Note by Jean Riére. Victor Serge: The Kibalchich Legend, by Richard Greeman. Victor Lvovich Khibalchich (better known as Victor Serge) was born in Brussels, the son of Russian Narodnik exiles. Originally an anarchist, he joined the Russian Communist Party on arriving in Petrograd in February 1919 and worked for the newly founded ...

  8. Memoirs of a Revolutionary, 1901–1941 - Wikipedia

    Memoirs of a Revolutionary, 1901–1941 is a 1951 memoir by Victor Serge. Posted posthumously in French as Mémoires d'un révolutionnaire , Peter Sedgwick translated an abridged version into English in 1963 with Oxford University Press .

  9. edit data. Victor Lvovich Kibalchich (В.Л. Кибальчич) was born in exile in 1890 and died in exile in 1947. He is better known as Victor Serge, a Russian revolutionary and Francophone writer. Originally an anarchist, he joined the Bolsheviks five months after arriving in Petrograd in January 1919, and later worked for the newly ...

  10. Victor Serge – New York Review Books

    Victor Serge (1890–1947) was born Victor Lvovich Kibalchich to Russian anti-czarist exiles, impoverished intellectuals living “by chance” in Brussels. A precocious anarchist firebrand, young Victor was sentenced to five years in a French penitentiary in 1912.

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