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To Live Is to Resist

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Jean-Yves Frétigné
Laura Marris
  • Function : Translator
Nadia Urbinati
  • Function : relator_preface_writer

Abstract

One of the most influential political thinkers of the twentieth century, Antonio Gramsci (1891–1937) has left an indelible mark on philosophy and critical theory. His innovative work on history, society, power, and the state has influenced several generations of readers and political activists, and even shaped important developments in postcolonial thought. But Gramsci’s thinking is scattered across the thousands of notebook pages he wrote while he was imprisoned by Italy’s fascist government from 1926 until shortly before his death. To guide readers through Gramsci’s life and works, historian Jean-Yves Frétigné offers To Live Is to Resist, an accessible, compelling, and deeply researched portrait of an extraordinary figure. Throughout the book, Frétigné emphasizes Gramsci’s quiet heroism and his unwavering commitment to political practice and resistance. Most powerfully, he shows how Gramsci never surrendered, even in conditions that stripped him of all power—except, of course, the power to think.
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hal-03557570 , version 1 (04-02-2022)

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Jean-Yves Frétigné, Laura Marris, Nadia Urbinati. To Live Is to Resist: The Life of Antonio Gramsci. The University of Chicago Press, pp.328, inPress, 9780226719122. ⟨hal-03557570⟩
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