Quintin Hoare & Geoffrey Nowell Smith (Tr. & Ed.)
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Antonio Gramsci’s Prison Notebooks, written between 1929 and 1935, are the work of one of the outstanding and most original Marxist thinkers in Western Europe. Their influence has grown continually since their first publication in Italian, beginning soon after the second world war. This volume contains the most important of Gramsci’s notebooks—on the role of intellectuals, and on education, history, politics, the modern state, and philosophy. The introduction and full apparatus of notes set this work in its historical and political context and help readers find their way into Gramsci’s thinking.
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