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 (gräm′shē), Antonio 1891-1937.
Italian political leader and theorist who helped establish the Italian Communist party in 1921. Mussolini later outlawed the party and Gramsci was imprisoned (1926-1937).

Gramsci

(Italian ˈɡramʃɪ)
n
(Biography) Antonio. 1891–1937, Italian politician and Marxist theorist: founder (1921) of the Italian Communist party. His important works were written during his imprisonment (1926–37) by the Fascists
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Gramsci, Antonio (1971) Selections from the Prison Notebooks, ed.
Gramsci, Antonio (1971) Selections from the Prison Notebooks, Quintin Hoare and Geoffrey Nowell Smith, eds.
Gramsci, Antonio, Selections From the Prison Notebooks of Antonio Gramsci, Quentin Hoare (der.), cev.
Gramsci, Antonio (2008), Notas sobre Maquiavelo, Buenos Aires, Nueva Vision.
Gramsci, Antonio. El materialismo historico y la filosofia de Benedetto Croce.
Gramsci, Antonio. Selections from the Cultural Writings.
GRAMSCI, Antonio. Os intelectuais e a organizacao da cultura.
GRAMSCI, Antonio. Notas sobre Maquiavelo, sobre la politica y sobre el estado moderno.