Il primo volume dell’edizione critica dell’Epistolario
N. 4, OTTOBRE-DICEMBRE
L’EDIZIONE NAZIONALE E GLI STUDI GRAMSCIANI
The first book of the critical edition of the Epistolario
Referring to Gramsci’s biography, the article discusses the new scientific trends that may result from the publication of the critic edition of the Epistolario (1906-1922).
Of special interest for scholars are the letters of Gramsci’s fellow students at the University of Turin. The relationship with Angelo Tasca rises in full relief in the formation process of the young Sardinian socialist. A second question regards Gramsci’s increasing immersion in the politics of Bordiga in 1921-1922, and the dissent with the Comintern. During this period, Gramsci’s political thought was to be centred upon the absolute primacy of building the Communist Party, and the most radical break with the traditions of Italian Socialism, rather than the struggle against fascism and the differentiated analysis of Italian society.