Author- Peter Kropotkin is a Russian revolutionist and political philosopher. He is also known as a geographer and biologist.
Context- He was born in 1842, and he became a naval officer. When he was around twenty years old, he brought a progress in Russia through his geographical field research around Russia. After he quits a naval officer, he came to strengthen the power as an anarchist.
Language- His writing often includes inquiries about his idea. In particular, he uses some question marks in the middle of each paragraphs.
Audience- He tries to give his idea to ordinary people.
Intention: He tries to argue the necessity of anarchism.
Message- He tries to argue that how much the idea of anarchism is necessary in the society around 1890s. He would like ordinary people to notice that society can be better with the abolishment of social organization such as polices and prisons because they did not play crucial roles in achieving safe society and improvement of men.