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Commune by Louise Michel is a powerful and thought-provoking read that delves into the intricacies of the Paris Commune of 1871. Through vivid descriptions and compelling storytelling, Michel recounts the events leading up to the revolution, the struggles faced by the rebels, and the brutal crackdown by the government.

Michel's writing is both passionate and insightful, offering readers a glimpse into the socio-political climate of 19th century France. Her portrayal of the ordinary citizens who rose up against oppression is both inspiring and heartbreaking, highlighting the human cost of standing up for one's beliefs.

Overall, Commune is a must-read for anyone interested in history, politics, and social justice. Michel's depiction of the Paris Commune is both informative and emotionally resonant, leaving a lasting impact on the reader long after the book is finished. Highly recommended.

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Louise Michel (1830-1905) était une anarchiste française très active dans la Commune de Paris de 1871. Son livre "La Commune" écrit en 1898 raconte ce qui s'y passa durant cette période.
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Louise Michel (1830-1905) was a french anarchist very active during the Paris Commune of 1871. Her book "La Commune" written in 1898 describes what happened in that event.

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