Selections from the Prison Notebooks of Antonio Gramsci

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Electric Book, 2001 - Communism - 846 pages
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Contains many of the key elements of Gramsci's writings, including 'The Modern Prince' and 'Americanism and Fordism' and observation on the state, Italian history and the role of intellectuals.

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User Review  - Jesse - Goodreads

There's so much in Gramsci's Prison Notebooks. Italian history, practical Marxism, a 1920's Italian perspective on American business. How could you not want to read it? Gramsci's writings cover a wide ... Read full review

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Quite interesting theoretical questions. Read full review

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Antonio Gramsci (1891-1937) was a leader of the Italian Communist Party; at his trial in 1927 the fascist Public Prosecutor proclaimed that his brain must be stopped from functioning for twenty years. Fortunately, Gramsci's "Notebooks from Prison" ensured he continued to make a significant contribution to Marxist theory from a humanist perspective.

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