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By Antonio Gramsci

Notwithstanding he died as Benito Mussolini's prisoner, leaving in basic terms newspaper articles and fragmentary notes, Antonio Gramsci is now visible because the most important Marxist philosopher in view that Lenin. This quantity is the 1st English translation of his writings on tradition, organically and coherently edited from his journalism and his legal Notebooks. Gramsci writes concerning the well known and the nice artists from Jules Verne to Dante, yet now not as such a lot of undying monuments. He sees artistic endeavors within the context in their reception and their absorption specifically cultures and histories. he's delicate to the politics of tradition in addition to to the calls for of philological scholarship, as his great paintings on Dante during this quantity exhibits. we now have during this ebook Gramsci's altering perspectives on specific literary hobbies and authors, in addition to his rules at the nature of proletarian and renowned cultural feedback. all through he's curious about cultural research and procedure instead of literary feedback on its own. The headnotes and footnotes ready via Forgacs and Nowell-Smith handle themselves either to the conditions surrounding the composition of every phase and to the critical difficulties of up to date Gramsci scholarship. Antonio Gramsci is the twentieth-century author who has such a lot brilliantly and suggestively explored the binds that bind tradition and politics. The book of this assortment is an occasion of significant value for theorists of all types.

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These men no longer live for the class struggle. no longer feel the same passions. the same desires, the same hopes as the masses. Between them and the masses an unbridgeable ' abyss has opened up. The only contact between them and the masses is the account-ledger and the membership file. These men no longer sec the enemy in the bourgeoisie, they see him in the communists. They are afraid of competition: instead of leaders they have become bankers of 16 GRAMSCI: POLlnCAL WRITINGS 1921-1926 still choose with a certain freedom.

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