Bibliography
Note on Citations
The English translations of Gramsci’s writings are cited in abbreviated form. The full
references are listed below with their abbreviations.
1971 Selections from the Prison Notebooks of Antonio Gramsci. Edited and translated
by Quintin Hoare and Geoffrey Nowell Smith. London: Lawrence and Wishart.
(SPN)
1975 Quaderni del carcere, 4 vols. Edited by Valentino Gerratana. Turin: Einaudi.
1985 Antonio Gramsci: Selections from Cultural Writings. Edited by David Forgacs
and Geoffrey Nowell- Smith. Translated by William Boelhower. London: Law-
rence and Wishart. (SCW)
1992 Antonio Gramsci: Prison Notebooks, vol. I. Edited by Joseph A. Buttigieg. Trans-
lated by Joseph A. Buttigieg and Antonio Callari. New York: Columbia Univer-
sity Press. (PNI)
1994 Letters from Prison: Antonio Gramsci, 2 vols. Edited by Frank Rosengarten.
Translated by Ray Rosenthal. New York: Columbia University Press. (PLI and
PLII)
1995 Further Selections from the Prison Notebooks/Antonio Gramsci. Translated
and edited by Derek Boothman. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
(FSPN)
1996 Antonio Gramsci: Prison Notebooks, vol. II. Translated and edited by Joseph A.
Buttigieg. New York: Columbia University Press. (PNII)
2007 Antonio Gramsci: Prison Notebooks, vol. III. Translated and edited by Joseph A.
Buttigieg. New York: Columbia University Press. (PNIII)
References
Allais, Maurice. 1992. “The General Theory of Surpluses as a Formalization of the Un-
derlying Theoretical Thought of Adam Smith, His Predecessors and His Contempo-
raries.” In Adam Smith’s Legacy: His Place in Modern Economics, edited by Michael
Fry, 29 62. London: Routledge.
Arendt, Hannah. 1982. Lectures on Kant’s Political Philosophy. Edited by R. Beiner. Chi-
cago: Chicago University Press.
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