Louise Bryant (1885-1936), american feminist, political activist, and journalist married writer John Reed, the worlwide known author of Ten days that shook the world, in 1916. She had an adventurous life and covered as well the events of russian revolution. She met russian leaders such as Katherine Breshkovsky, Maria Spiridonova, Alexander Kerensky, Vladimir Lenin, Leon Trotsky, and wrote about them. Her stories, distributed by Hearst during and after her trips to Petrograd and Moscow, appeared in newspapers across the United States and Canada in the years immediately following World War I. The collection of articles coming out from this experience were collected in the book Six Red Months in Russia, now published in an economic and pocket edition by Bi Classics.
It is an enthusiastic and deep account of one of the most relevant events of the twentieth century, examined from a female perspective. An extraordinary historical document that will surprise the readers.