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Michel Zevaco (also written as Zévaco) (1 February 1860, Ajaccio - 8 August 1918, Eaubonne) was a French journalist, novelist, publisher, film director, and anti-clerical as well as anarchist activist.

Michel Zevaco founded the anarchist weekly magazine Gueux (French, Beggars) on 27 March 1892. A month later he was jailed for 6 months and fined for praising Pini and Ravachol. Afterwards he wrote for Sébastien Faure's journal, Libertaire, as well as for the anarchist newspaper La Renaissance. In 1898, he edited l'Anticlérical, for the Anticlerical League of France and was involved in supporting Alfred Dreyfus during the eponymous Dreyfus Affair.

Zevaco's famous cloak and dagger novels, Les Pardaillan, began to be serialized in the daily newspapers in 1900 to great popular success. Yet he is today quite unknown, in spite of the new interest aroused by popular literature.

A former school teacher, then an officer, he became a militant journalist, who wrote for various revolutionary newspapers, of anarchist tendency. He became famous mainly for the part he played in the anti-clerical struggles at the end of the 19th century. Then, as a writer of serial novels, he published works which had a great success in Jean Jaurès' daily La Petite République, and he became appointed serial writer for Le Matin from 1906 to his death.

Rok wydania: 1934 Wydawnictwo: Wydawnictwo Stanisława Curkowskiego Stan: UżywanaRodzaj okładki: Twarda Wymiar: 12.5x19cm Ilość stron: 128 Waga: 0.3 kg TIN: T00929401

Uwagi: Oprawa wytarta, Brzegi stron zakurzone, Brzegi stron są pobrudzone, Strony pożółkłe i pobrudzone i potrzepione na końcach, Rogi oprawy zagięte, Blok ksiązki urwany, Druk czytelny, Oprawa introligatorska, Grzbiet książki naderwany, 

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