Red Rosa

PODCAST: The revolution will be illustrated

Episode 2 of the Well Reds book podcast discusses a graphic biography of Rosa Luxemburg

The second episode of the new Well Reds podcast features a discussion of Red Rosa: A Graphic Biography of Rosa Luxemburg.

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Rosa Luxemburg was one of the outstanding and heroic figures of the international socialist movement. A Polish-born Jew, she defied convention to become a leader of the German social democratic and Marxist movement in the lead-up to World War I.

In this episode, Charlie and Derrick discuss the depiction of her life in the magnificent graphic biography by Kate Evans. Red Rosa is published by Verso Books.

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