The Gramsci reader : selected writings, 1916-1935 /

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Main Author: Gramsci, Antonio, 1891-1937.
Other Authors: Forgacs, David.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published:New York : New York University Press, 2000.
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Main Author:Gramsci, Antonio, 1891-1937.
Uniform Title:Works. Selections. English. 2000
Summary:

The most complete volume of writings by one of the most fascinating thinkers in the history of Marxism

Antonio Gramsci was one of the most important theorists of class, culture, and the state since Karl Marx. Imprisoned by the Fascists for much of his adult life, Gramsci spent his time in prison avidly writing on a broad range of subjects--from folklore to philosophy, popular culture to political strategy--and developing seminal ideas that have since become essential to our understanding of political theory.

This book brings together the most comprehensive collection of Gramsci's writings available in English. Along with an introduction by leading Marxist historian Eric Hobsbawm, the volume includes a biographical introduction, informative introductions to each section, and a glossary of key terms to help readers better grasp the legacy of this important figure. As a thorough introduction to Gramsci's key concepts, this book is essential reading for every serious student of Marxism, political theory, or modern Italian history.

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General Notes:Originally published: New York : Schocken Books, 1988. With new introd.
Physical Description:447 pages ; 22 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (pages 432-435) and indexes.
ISBN:0814727107 (cloth : alk. paper)
9780814727102 (cloth : alk. paper)
0814727018 (paper : alk. paper)
9780814727010 (paper : alk. paper)